Depending on how high your dose of methadone is. If your on a low dose, yes you can. If your on a high dose than you would need to do more heroin but the high only lasts a few minutes, therefore being a waste of money. IMO
Yes. All that is needed to quit using heroin is a strong desire to quit, but in most cases, using methadone or suboxone will seriously improve the likelihood of quitting.
Check out suboxone. Suboxone does not get the user "high", it only keeps withdrawal symptoms from setting in, since it binds to opiod receptors in the brain. Therefore it does not continue the cycle of getting high. However, it can still cause physical addiction.
The withdrawals from suboxone are not nearly as bad as heroin or methadone, and the addict can be tapered off of the drug very slowly, causing minimal withdrawal symptoms, and very little craving.
It's encouraged to use one of these drugs to help with the physically unbearable and intense withdrawal associated with heroin. More info on how to quit heroin here: http://www.alltreatment.com/heroin-addiction/how-to-quit-heroin
Good luck to you all on your journey toward sobriety.
No, methadone blocks the effects of heroin and other opiates.
No, the methadone will block the effects of the heroin.
i have been sober 4 6 months off a 3.5 yr binge so yes it feels good
yes it can if you inject it !!
yes but it doesnt work as well.
No, the combination is deadly.
Absolutely but is very dangerous
A new report declares that tobacco, like heroin, is addictive but you can quit if you really put your mind to it
he quit it on june 7 1994
No. Some heroin addicts manage to quit taking heroin permanently. But they are the minority.
Every year 1% of addicts quit and stay clean
The porn star quit heroin in 1999.
the person who does not quit smoking Will get a really bad cough, bad lungs and a shorter life
heroin trail are dangerous. they are drugs, heroin trail causes diseases & and they are really bad for your health
Heroin can cause a person to have a heart attack. Heroin is a drug that is bad.
No. It stays in fat and hair cells. Quit using and get help.