Smoking extracts less than 12% of oxycodone, with a foul taste and slight euphoric high. So smoking oxycodone is one of the least effective methods of administration for this opioid. But what does smoking oxycodone do to your body? Potential side effects include vomiting, itchy skin or headache. More here on risks and warnings of smoking oxycodone to get high.
How does Ambien work?
Ambien works by slowing brain activity, allowing the user to sleep. Ambien effects begin 30 minutes after oral administration, and last for about 8 hours after you take it. More on exactly how Ambien works in the body and brain here.
Is Valium addictive?
YES. Valium is addictive. In fact, you can even get addicted to diazepam when Valium is prescribed by a doctor. We review what Valium is made of, and how you get addicted to Valium here.
How long does Vicodin last?
The effects of Vicodin last for about 4-6 hours. More on how long Vicodin stays in the body, as well the effects of taking Vicodin to get high here. More on Vicodin dosing and dangers.
Is snorting Cocaine effective or dangerous? What dangers are present when you snort cocaine and can they be avoided? More on the effects of snorting Cocaine here.
Can you overdose (OD) on Percocet?
Yes, you can overdose on Percocet because of the acetaminophen (not the oxycodone) it contains. More on what happens when you OD on Percocet, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses here.
How much Wellbutrin is too much?
Afraid of taking too much Wellbutrin? You can overdose on Wellbutrin, but even at lower doses of Wellbutrin you risk severe adverse effects. More on Wellbutrin overdose and safe dosing inside.
How does Spice work?
Spice works by affecting the brain, mimicking the effects of THC. More on Spice’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.
Mixing OxyContin with alcohol
Effects of mixing OxyContin and alcohol include euphoria and relaxation. But you can overdose and die when mixing OxyContin with alcohol, too. More on the potential harms and warnings for mixing OxyContin with alcohol here.
Is Adderall addictive?
YES. Adderall is highly addictive. And you can become addicted to Adderall even after prescription use. We review what Adderall is made of, and how you get addicted to Adderall here.