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Re: Anyone tried gabapentin for withdrawal?
« Reply #44 from previous page: August 03, 2016, 12:59:19 AM »
I use gabapentin for everything. Sleep. Dope sickness. Foot pain. Boredom. Potentiating what molecules are in my system. I don't encourage anyone abusing gabapentin like I do, but if you have, and it's part of your daily driver, then we could probably see eye to eye over a beer.

Except, it knocked me on my butt when I first started using it. Right? So like anything, if you aren't familiar with it, be cautious, whatever that means to you.

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Re: Anyone tried gabapentin for withdrawal?
« Reply #45 on: October 16, 2017, 08:13:32 PM »
Gabapentin users should be aware that Pregablin is the next generation and is 6 times stronger.

I absolutely love it and it's so versatile.

https://forum.drugs-and-users.org/index.php/topic,3902.0.html

my friend just got out of gaol for tweak sales to an undercover - he tells me that the hottest selling item in Oz correctional is Pregablin (Lyrica) and the most expensive item is tobacco !
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Re: Anyone tried gabapentin for withdrawal?
« Reply #46 on: December 31, 2017, 06:11:02 PM »
Gabapentin users should be aware that Pregablin is the next generation and is 6 times stronger.

I absolutely love it and it's so versatile.

https://forum.drugs-and-users.org/index.php/topic,3902.0.html

my friend just got out of gaol for tweak sales to an undercover - he tells me that the hottest selling item in Oz correctional is Pregablin (Lyrica) and the most expensive item is tobacco !
I could def see that being a hot item on the inside. Fun ass drug, and like you said its way stronger than gabapentin, so u only need a few pills to reach a awesome elevated existence.

However im currently marked on my medical files as a junkie. Lyrica is schedule in the US so its much harder for me to get a doctor to give me that paticular drug. Also it is VERY expensive from the pharmacy. Even my gabapentin script cost 300$ a month. lyrica would have been close to $600-$700. NOT worth it at those prices to me,

HAve you tried gabapentin yet?

fun fact: THe big drugs in demand in the US prisons are crystal meth, and suboxone.

 
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Re: Anyone tried gabapentin for withdrawal?
« Reply #47 on: December 31, 2017, 06:59:51 PM »
i just had 1200 mg of Pregablin snd i haven't touched it for 3 weeks.

it cost me $21 for 56 x 75 mg tablets.

tolerance develops RAPIDLY so within a couple of days of daily use you can't feel it.

that mmeans it is VERY addictive so it must be used sparingly.

i don't have a opiate habit but i assume that it still does the job of easing the withdrawal symptoms.

They do the same job and are gabapentinoids.
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