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Re: What is buprenorphine?

Posted by Else on July 18, 2001, at 19:06:02

In reply to Re: What is buprenorphine?, posted by MB on July 18, 2001, at 14:47:35

Well, you know, Canada has more catholics than
protestants (by a hair) but I guess we're just being good neighbourghs. Catholics are o.k. with evil because you can just go to confession afterwards anyway. As for me, I'd rather stay away from both religions, it's better for my precarious mental health. North America sucks.
> > I don't know. The only psychiatric drug we have access to that Americans don't is Manerix as far as I know. I once asked my pdoc if I could try it. He said it's useless in small doses and as dangerous as other MAOIs in higher doses. Of course that's his opinion. I think doctors here tend to go by the book. Adult ADD patients will often get Desipramine or Wellbutrin as first-line treatment because they don't carry the stigma associated with major stimulants and I don't think most drugstores even carry Dexedrine. Only cancer patient would get something like Vicodin, for instance. And you would be surprised to see how willing to kiss the FDA's ass the Canadian government is. They don't want to make trouble you see.
> If it feels good, it's the Devil. Protastantism (the philosophy this nation is predicated on) is the paranoia that someone, somewhere, might be feeling good.




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