Though not a substitute, pods are the most legal thing that a person can use to get an opiate
high. If done right, poppy
'straw' can knock one off their ass harder than most prescription opiates
. Dried pods are easily obtainable from a popular auction website.
is probably the closest non-opiate substitute there is. For SWIM
, kratom produces a high at least as good as a decent size dose of hydrocodone
. The only drawbacks to kratom are its horrid taste, nausea, and (very rarely) anxiety fits. SWIM strongly recommends staying away from auction sites to buy kratom. He has had only bad experiences. Try searching the internet for any herbal supplement site that appears to put a lot of focus on their selection of kratom. This is usually a good indicator that they have enough confidence in the quality of their product to brag about it.
offers absolutely zero potential as a replacement for any opiate. In fact, I would venture to say it is the polar opposite of any opiate. It is very short acting, non-relaxing, hallucinagenic, and just overall different.