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Opium/belladona suppositories

Discussion in 'Opium & Poppy' started by Jus1Chance, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. Jus1Chance

    Jus1Chance Newbie

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    Jun 14, 2005
    from Canada
    Is there any other way to use or extract opium from opium/belladonna suppositories other than rectally . And is there a way of ridding it of belladonna so it can be ingested orally? Not knowing a lot about belladonna I'm a little worred about it interfereing with the opium or worse yet, getting a buzz that I don't really want to experience.

    The premise of the suppository is the entry through the numerous blood vessels under the mucous membrane of the rectum. I was wondering as well if the same principal would work sublingually. It's a nice warm, fuzzy body state, but the belladonna works as an antispasmodic and smooth muscle relaxant apparently...a little worried about those particular implications on the throat muscles.

  2. BlueMystic

    BlueMystic Gold Member

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    Jan 28, 2005
    from The Netherlands
    You shouldn't worry about the scopolamine in the suppository. The dose isn't enough to give you deleriant effects. It's strictly there as an antiemetic to prevent the nausea from the opiate comeup.