Is there any Pain killers like opium or opiates that are Unscheduled?

Question by Doug F: Is there any Pain killers like opium or opiates that are Unscheduled?
I need something for head pain. Advil, Tylenol, that shit dont work. Too young to be “prescribed” opiates. Went to Islands bought some Paracetamol and codeine. Ran out. Need to get something legally. Thanks.
When i mean Unscheduled, its pertaining to US Drug laws.

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Answer by jld
I don’t believe so.

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3 Comments on "Is there any Pain killers like opium or opiates that are Unscheduled?"

  1. Venatrix Avia
    14/06/2013 at 4:32 am Permalink

    Nope, not in the US. Sorry.

    Paracetemol’s the same thing as Tylenol, you can get that over the counter without any problem. The codeine’s scheduled here, though. In some states, it is technically legal to get Scedule V drugs (which includes very low-dose codeine cough syrup and the like) from a pharmacist without a prescription “at the pharmacist’s discretion,” but most pharmacists even in those states refuse to dispense it at all.

    ‘Fraid Canada’s your best bet. You can get low-dose pills containing small amounts of codeine mixed with paracetemol, aspirin, or caffeine in Canada.

  2. Purple Sparks
    14/06/2013 at 4:56 am Permalink

    I overheard a nurse in an ER state that a drug called Nubaine was good to treat pain in children and young adults. I don’t know how true that is, but that’s what she said to another nurse. It’s only given at ERs and doctor offices though.

  3. Donojuana
    14/06/2013 at 5:38 am Permalink

    Please do not get yourself involved in abusing prescription (or over the counter) opiate medications. I am 20 years old, and I have been abusing opiates for four years. It started off when I was 16, I would take a couple tylenol 3 with codeine here and there, and I would also take a hydrocodone pill or two… Now I’m taking 240mg of MS Contin (extended release morphine), and I get absolutely terrible withdrawals if I don’t have it. I just went to the emergency room last night to give up and tell them my history of opiate use, and many other drugs, and try to get into rehab. With my level and history of opiate use, and how quickly it escalated from using codeine like yourself, I would be VERY, VERY careful. I’m on a week long clonidine patch right now for withdrawal symptoms, and on Thursday morning I’m off to Sacred Heart Center for rehabilitation in Memphis, MI for 5 days suboxone therapy, and then 21 days residential rehabilitation. You often won’t see your problem escalating until you’re spending $ 30 a day on pills to feel normal, neglecting your bills, making your significant other feel like you’re distancing away from them, and just straight up ruining your life. Do yourself a favor, and get out. Now, while you still can.

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