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The potential risk of getting addicted to Suboxone is less when compared to other opioids. However, abusing Suboxone is undoubtedly possible. People who buy Suboxone are not necessarily trying to experience the “opioid high” but to obtain relief from the withdrawal effects of opioids (without undergoing a suboxone treatment for opioid addiction).
In these cases, the person may use Suboxone whenever they experience opioid withdrawal symptoms, failing to abide by medical limits, leading to an overdose.
Suboxone is a prescription medicine that is effective in treating patients with opioid addiction. It is a formulation of two ingredients: Buprenorphine, the opioid, and Naloxone, the blocker. Combining ingredients works on your body to reduce cravings for opioids like heroin, fentanyl, codeine, and oxycodone. It is classified as Schedule III controlled substance, which means it is a drug with medicinal value that carries moderate addiction risk.
The poppy plants create opiates, and they are labeled as “natural” narcotic analgesics because the active ingredient molecules present in them are naturally created. Opioids are substances that have chemically created active ingredients and are synthetic (or partly synthetic) narcotic analgesics.
Suboxone is a powerful opioid medication that is synthetically produced.