Posted by Lou Pilder on February 13, 2012, at 21:06:12
In reply to Lou's reply-psivckharmo, posted by Lou Pilder on February 12, 2012, at 11:25:28
> > > Only l left in three post rule. Phillipa
> > Phillipa,
> > You wrote the above....cute
> > Lou
> I intended to develop this exposition to its logical conclusion which my intent was to give you information which one could use in making a decision as to take the drug in question or not.
> Now Mr. Hsiung has made a very broad prohibition to me here that (redacted by respondent) conclusion of mine.
> Be advised that I had posted a response to Mr. Hsiung in this thread and it now is on the administrative board. If you could go there, and post there, I then could have the opportunity to post my response to you there.
The drug in question is not one that I have previous mentioned.
I now want to give facts about opiates. Opiates come from 2 poppy plants that include morphine, codiene and thebaine. Then there are semi-synthetic opiates such as herione, oxycodone and such.
Then there are pure synthetic opiates called opioides. These are usually similar to codiene. But they have a greater addiction/withdrawal syndrome that has more features such as siezures.
more to come...