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Old 03-02-2007, 15:45
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Crushing slow release Oxycodone

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I got my hands on these pills...
http://www.pharmer.org/node/4217
I have taken oxycodone before and was wondering if I should crush this pill before ingestion for max effects?

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Old 03-02-2007, 23:16
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Re: Crushing slow release Oxycodone

If you prefer insufflation, that's no problem, just remove the coating. The common OC pills (Oxy40s, etc.) are also controlled release. The 10s you have are just made by Endo rather than the more common Purdue (OC imprint) and Watson (ABG imprint.) Oxy IRs (instant relief) have a somewhat different taste and are generally in a capsule or no coating. SWIMs friend has Roxicodone 30mg which are essentially Oxy IR.

SWIM's never tried the ones SWIY have but they look identical to the OC and ABG equivalent so they should be fine. Take the coating off by putting them in your mouth. If they have a plastic taste or stay slimey, I wouldn't recommend crushing them. SWIM has had some Oxys that have a plastic-like coating all the way through the pill and they taste VERY bad. SWIM gagged and nearly threw up from it, and if snorted, they leave a glob of goo in your nose which is very unpleasent. One can generally tell from the taste of the pill and how well it crushes. If it becomes stringy and hard to crush, do yourself a favor and dissolve it in water.

Long post short, I believe these are ok, just be mindful as SWIY prepares.
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:48
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Re: Crushing slow release Oxycodone

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If you prefer insufflation, that's no problem, just remove the coating. The common OC pills (Oxy40s, etc.) are also controlled release. The 10s you have are just made by Endo rather than the more common Purdue (OC imprint)...
The Endo Pharmaceutical oxy's seem to have binders/additives that make insufflation less effective (as well as painful and difficult). Also note that crushing seems to be necessary as the time release mechanism is more than just the coating. Search these forums for "endo" and/or see the following thread for an existing discussion (there are differing opinions):

https://drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21679
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Old 07-02-2007, 17:23
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Re: Crushing slow release Oxycodone

The OC's by Endo are actually manufactured by Purdue. It was to make money in the ever growing buisness of generic pharm's. Purdue would be remiss if they didn't try and add to their already huge fortune for their stock holders. Some insurance will only pay for the generics. Also it was an attempt to put out a product with a little more additive so that it would be more painful to insulffate or inject. They did this in order to appease the government in the US. SWIM will try and find the article about this product. Endo is actually adifferent company but they buy these from Purdue.
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Old 07-02-2007, 17:34
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Re: Crushing slow release Oxycodone

SWIM must also add that this was true for the 20mg pink and yellow ABG 40's. SWIM also verified this with a pharmacist. The 80 footballs are different story. The real reson behind the reformulation was to avoid for a period of time, the reformulationof a pill like talwin that contains an antagonist as well as the agonist to make it not work if crushed. This would cause unknown amounts of money to be spent in retrials and the like. They can say they are stepping toward a solution without making extreme changes. This should buy time and probably get more people hooked and on board in the process by making it so very desirable to illegal users. ( this is just SWIM's conspiracy theory though)

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