I have to agree with not snorting
them because there is no reason to. You get about 90% of it orally so why bother and it's too much to snort. That'll screw your sinuses all up like snorting a hand full of dirt or any thing else.
This dude does snort his Opana and he came here looking to see if there was any reason to snort the tramadol
but he saw none.
He wants to add Tramadol to his mix today out of curiosity so you all can see what happens with him.
He is a 6 foot tall 200 pound male who is using Opana er mostly snorted, but also oral and IV.
He just snorted about 30mg's Opana ER, smoked some herbal blend and took 50 mg's Tramadol orally. the time is 5:25pm...
5:35 The Opana has already started taking it's hold with the numb hands and all.
5:37 Some slight nausea which occurs with him quite regularly so he couldn't blame the Tramadol, we'll see what happens with the nausea and may toss some phenergan in to the mix.
5:43 pm, there is a definite difference when mixing the Tramadol with the Opana ER. He is light headed and going to lay down and let this set in.
chronik added 24 Minutes and 54 Seconds later...
5:49 Still some nausea but like he said he has crohns disease so he cant be used as a gauge for nauseating effects. He is nodding off a bit and seems very relaxed and content. He feels like he has been given a big shot of morphine
5:57 Chunks were blown and he says this has been an abnormally high amount of nausea.
The Tramadol was taken at 5:25, 30 minutes ago and there is no telling how much was metabolized or remains in the subject so this experiment is terminated at 6:01pm. If any remarkable events occur he will let you know. He does feel good right now though. Still very Morphine/Dilauded feeling.
In conclusion, the Tramadol did have a marked effect on the subject changing his perception of his pain and also more diminished motor skills. The subjective feelings of physical stimulation and euphoria
were much increased by the addition of only 50 mg's of Tramadol how ever nausea continues at this time. 6:10pm.