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Buy Methadone Powder.Methadone is a synthetic opioid medication or drug, which is commonly prescribed as a treatment and harm reduction approach for opioid use disorder, in particular, to help people overcome heroin addiction. A powerful painkiller, methadone is also sometimes prescribed to treat severe pain. The main therapeutic effects of methadone are to reduce heroin withdrawal symptoms, prevent heroin and other opiates from producing euphoria and reduce pain perception.Buy Methadone Powder
Methadone can appear as a tablet, powder, or liquid, and is typically administered as a measured oral dose in the form of a green syrup, or in a sweet orange or cherry flavored drink. Methadose, a relatively new methadone formula, is ten times stronger than methadone, requiring a much smaller dose to be given.
Why Use Methadone?
There are three main reasons that people who are addicted to heroin use methadone—to quit heroin, to cope with pain, and to reduce the harm caused by injecting heroin.
As a treatment, methadone does not actually stop the opioid addiction; instead, it is a substitute for heroin. People who take methadone as prescribed are still addicted to opioids on a physical level, as the methadone blocks the opioid receptors in the brain that are usually blocked by heroin. This stops the craving that people feel for heroin when they have been taking it in large doses for a long time and stops them from feeling ill from heroin withdrawal.
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Methadone can sometimes be prescribed for severe acute or chronic pain, such as the pain sometimes experienced by people suffering from cancer. Although there is a wide variety of other pain relief options, there are clinical reasons why methadone might be a good choice. Methadone can be helpful for addressing the severe emotional and mental anguish sometimes suffered by people with cancer and other painful conditions, as well as the severe physical pain.Buy Methadone Powder
As people who become addicted to heroin have high rates of emotional pain, often resulting from past trauma, methadone is also helpful for blocking the emotional pain that can be overwhelming during withdrawal. There is a good deal of overlap in the body’s signals for emotional and physical pain, and, as methadone takes care of both types of pain, this can allow people to feel “normal,” and get on with their lives without being distracted with such pain that could result in them seeking out heroin.
This is consistent with the self-medication hypothesis, which is a theory that explains drug use in terms of people having an underlying untreated problem or pathology—for example, untreated pain or untreated post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Heroin can have the effect of numbing out the symptoms of both of these conditions, making life more bearable. Thus, according to the self-medication hypothesis, people who use heroin are “self-medicating” their pain or PTSD symptoms with heroin, and can do so more effectively with methadone.