First of all, the coating on an oxycontin tanlet consists of not even 1% of its time-release mechanism. All tablets that are time released have the time-release mechanism incorporated into the tablet itself and not the coating, just to clear that up. A simple google search even will show this. But, the coating does always need to be removed. In most cases, coatings are only used in the first place to:
-mask the bitter taste of the drug
-helps to reduce metabolic attack.(In some cases)
-For the medication to efficiantly reach the stomach.
The reason they say Oxycontin's time-release system is easily manipulated is not because of the scarping of the coating primarily, but of the drugs
easy extraction into the most common solvent H20(water). Which is a common problem (only to the critic's of abusing drugs
) with most time-released opiate
First, nobody knows, nor will tell swiy what exact medication he has, but here's a couple links to help with that.
So, first figure out which brand and exact medication swiy has, then he can be helped further. If swiy is too lazy to do so, or just wants to get them into him/her as soon as possible, then here's a few usefull threads on how to take advantage of opiates
- Opiate bioavailabilities, swim
suggest's highly that swiy reads this one, very usefull to his question.
- Opiate database.
- Anal use, if taking a tube of lube, and a turkey baster, and making good use of an asshole suits swiy fancy, then by all means, read this one, its great(the thread)
- Opiate potentiators, things that might make that 15mg of morphine
pack a little more punch.
So, do a little researching, as swim has left swiy with loads of fun reading, and he can decide for himself what to do. Anymore questions, just ask.
Second of all, its hard to say