Citation: thanklinfranklin. "Itchy and Pukey Mess: An Experience with suboxone (exp96449)". Erowid.org. Jul 28, 2018. erowid.org/exp/96449
i took half of a suboxone strip with a friend of mine who is prescribed them. we dissolved it under our tongues and watched movies until i could definitely feel it kicking in.
it felt like a mix between morphine, Vicodin and ecstasy. it felt a m a z i n g. we both instantly talked about how we felt like lazy blobs and how great it felt just to lay down and breathe.
we decided to go get cigarettes and on the way to the store i felt some nausea kick in, the typical painkiller itchiness and insane dry mouth. i could hardly talk because my mouth was so dry and talking took a huge effort anyways. i also felt really irritable all the sudden. every noise and song was annoying me and all i wanted was to be back in bed again. i got a Gatorade and no matter how much i drank my mouth was dry as a bone and the cigarette made me even more nauseous. my face itched like crazy and then my whole body. finally once we got out of the car i instantly felt like i was going to vomit and did it almost immediately, twice. i felt a little better afterwards but still wanted to be back in bed.
we went to sleep and tossed and turned all night. our pupils were smaller than pinheads and they wouldn't dilate in the slightest. the only time the nausea would come back was if i sat up or if i got too hot. the next morning i woke up and needed to vomit right away. my pupils were still tiny and i still had awful dry mouth and was itchy all over. i also had really bad shakes that wouldn't go away for the better part of the whole next day. the only effects of the suboxone that i still felt were the side effects.
all in all, it has the potential to feel really amazing but i don't think i'll touch it again unless i'm just in the mood to puke my guts out for 2 days and be an itchy mess. i definitely wouldn't suggest doing this the night before you have school or work because you'll still be feeling it the whole next day
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