What is a pill call Roxy?
My friend is taking a pill that he calls 'Roxys' and I be wondering if anyone knows anything give or take a few them. I found one at my house and I'm trying to figure out if this is what it is...? What is their TRUE pharmaceutical name? What do they look close to? Numbers, letters, color?
Roxy's are short for roxycodon. It's an addictive discomfort reliever that is sold within the drug market. I hope he have a prescription.It can become really addictive.
This girl above me is right, but I've also heard that occupancy used for Roxicet. It is also more widely known as Percocet (if you've ever hear the term percs) and is a mix of acetaminophen and oxycodone. It's a impartially powerful painkiller used to treat moderate to severe affliction, somewhat similar to morphine. Very addictive.
They are most commonly white, sometimes round, sometimes that familiar pill shape. It depends on what the dosage is. If it is Roxicet, the number will most promising start with 5 4.
If he take them all the time, probability are he's got a bit of a dependency going. I've be taking them for years and I can't seem to stop. Just another entity to worry in the region of. If he's hurting himself or the people around him (or her, I guess) bargain to him about getting aid. If he's not really hurting anybody, just kinda doing his own item, leave him alone.
And if you plan on taking them, own fun, be careful, and gross sure you know what they are. Don't drink too much alcohol with them, it make you nauseous and ruins the experience. Best wishes.
I enjoy watched so oodles friends fall into this addiction. What empire don't know is how the roxys affect the natural chemistry surrounded by your brain. So it's a lot of fun for those trying to quit. First past its sell-by date you struggle through the withdrawals, consequently you get depressed because your brain no longer provides those unconscious chemicals that have be sedated for so long, so the cycle begins. It can nick a solid year for your body to balance the brains chemistry. So gloomy