Codeine

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Description

Codeine is the medication for the treatment of pain. It is a prescription medicine not available without it. The best way to get codeine is to visit a doctor and get a proper checkup regarding your medical condition.

If you already have a prescription of codeine, get your medicine without any delay. It is better to start taking the medication as soon as your doctor prescribes it to you. You can buy Codeine online without prescription in the USA.

In the further text, we’ll look at possible addiction and abuse potentials of the medicine.

Codeine pills: The emergence

Codeine pills come under the opioid class of drugs. It is present in the formulations of cough syrups and oral tablets useful for treating mild to moderate pain. Codeine is available in combination with several other medicines such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, etc. Codeine pills are one of the most common and readily available medications in the United States. Codeine is sometimes available for over-the-counter purchase in some parts of the country. To avoid its abuse, the purchase of the drug is strictly monitored on the pharmacies, and it is available only through prescription.

Codeine, when compared to its counterpart medicines such as OxycodoneOxyContinNorco, etc. is a less addictive drug. However, recently a new trend emerged in adults and teens alike of mixing Codeine with alcohol, sodas, soft drinks, etc. to abuse it. The mix-up is known by the name “purple drank.” Thus, the addiction to this purple drank caught the wind and whirled up a storm. Codeine addiction, just like other opioids, is different for different individuals.

Codeine abuse

People often start taking codeine with a prescription for cough syrup or tablets to treat their medical condition. As codeine is a less dangerous medicine than other opioids such as OxyContin or morphine, getting and abusing it becomes relatively easy. However, its chemical structure is similar to other highly addictive opioids like hydrocodone, oxycodone, or morphine. Though it is less potent, it provides similar effects as morphine.

Some effects of codeine include:

    • Relaxation
    • Apathy
    • Euphoria
    • Drowsiness

Being an opioid, codeine has a high risk for its users developing tolerance and eventually dependence on the medication. Many people who begin using codeine to manage legitimate conditions often end up abusing it as tolerance develops. Many users turn to codeine to manage all their physical pains and, eventually, their emotional distress as well.

Although people think that codeine seems harmless, at high doses, the medicine leads to respiratory failure, coma, and even death. The risk is higher when you combine codeine with other central nervous system depressants such as alcohol or other opioids.

Codeine Addiction

Codeine addiction may develop from long-term abuse of the medication in its pill or cough syrup form. Codeine lulls its users into a false sense of safety because many people think that it is not as powerful or addictive as other opioids.

Codeine is a gateway drug to other members of the opiate family, like morphine or heroin. People once start drug abuse or develop an addiction; they do not stop at codeine. To reach a better high, they mix it with other substances like alcohol. Mixing codeine with any CNS depressant can lead to a fatal level of depression in the brain and respiratory failure.

Codeine with other drugs

For abusers, codeine is a small piece of a more extensive web of addictions. Many times, it is a gateway drug into an addiction to other substances, especially other opioids like morphine or oxycodone.

Purple Drank

People abusing codeine use it to make “purple drank,” a recreational form of the drug made by combining codeine cough syrup with soft drinks like Mountain Dew or Sprite, for consuming it in large doses. It is also famous by the names of sizzup, lean, and syrup.

Multiple popular songs and TV shows referenced purple drank. A famous rapper got admitted to the intensive care unit with unconsciousness and seizures in March 2013 due to codeine overdose. Though he was able to survive, he remained in a critical condition after having stomach pumping for three times to remove codeine from his system.

1 review for Codeine

  1. Damion Campbell

    Other than hydrocodone, Codeine is my pick for treating mild fevers and bad headaches. Cheers to you for providing medicines for overnight delivery.

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