Opiates, some clarification

Opiates, some clarification If you or someone close is struggling with drug addiction of some sort, please call this toll free number; 1-888-488-8434 and speak with an experienced drug rehab referral counselors who will answer all your questions as best they can. They will propose various options to help you decide how best to deal with someone’s drug or alcohol addiction. Opiate, is not a drug in itself but a term use to describe a drug. The term opiate means: relating to, resembling, or containing opium, in medicine this word describes any of the narcotic drugs found as natural products in the opium poppy plant. It’s any medication as prescribed by a physician, containing opium or its derivative. It’s used in medicine as an aid to induce sleep or to relieve pain. There are thousands of drugs or medications that are classified as opiates. A natural opiate would include; Morphine and codeine. Then there are the semi-synthetic opioids like: Heroin, Oxycodone, hydrocodone,...
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Medical marijuana

Medical marijuana; what’s the deal? It’s on TV and in the papers, special reports turn it into a major national discussion, legislators’ debate for months about it and talk show hosts make fun of it; wherever we look the trending medical marijuana issue is in the front line. It’s not necessary to get into the history of marijuana, otherwise known as weed, pot, skunk, and so many other street terms to describe a plant with properties that when ingested cause physical and psychological alteration to any individual that tries it. Whereas, not that long ago it was quite illegal to possess, use, grow or distribute this substance and it still is in many part of the world. That someone has been able to convince and demonstrate that some slight relief to people suffering from a medical procedure or condition does not make it any less harmful in its basic nature. Even just recently there is great concern from a community about a medical marijuana...
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Act Now

Act now To get help now with your addiction problem or that of someone close to you call 1-888-488-8434 and speak with one of our addiction referral & consultation counselors. Waiting for Change One of the most common errors seen with family members who have a loved one struggling with some form of addiction; whether it’s with street drugs, alcohol or some prescription drug, is to wait for things to change. Most addicts are on a one way road to self-destruction and will take anyone who enables down with them. This is usually not completely intentional but more a phenomenon of attempting to survive without feeling the pain of withdrawal or else. The addict will use close relatives and friends who have a weakness for anyone that is suffering. Professional Drug Rehabilitation When a substance abuser is in need of a dose or hit just to get on with their day and it is not immediately accessible, that person will seek out the family member or...
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