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Would YOU Prefer to use Diamorphine instead of the dreaded Methadone?

  1. mattyorks.talks profile image56
    mattyorks.talksposted 7 years ago

    Would YOU Prefer to use Diamorphine instead of the dreaded Methadone?

    I am arranging to see my local MP (Philip Davis). Regarding methadone and the effects of this drought.
    I am wanting people to tell and explain the pro's of being prescribes legal heroin.

    I know that there are currently 432 clients that are prescribed legal gear in this country (most in Brighton area).
    If you are one of these people yourself then please - How has being prescribed Real Legal Pharisaical Heroin changed your life?
    What can be done to help others? What are the pro's?
    How many belive Methadone is not the answer and why?

    I would Appricaiate any replies and suggestions.
    All Welcome

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  2. lafamillia profile image77
    lafamilliaposted 6 years ago

    YES! It is LESS TOXIC, it has better effect on emotional,social, and in every aspect of life instead of methadone!!! WE NEED YOU UK,DENMARK,GERMANY,FRANCE FOR THIS!! PLEASE, OVER 25.000 PEOPLE IS SEEKING FOR THIS KIND OF TREATMENT, AND OVER 5000 IS EXPERIENCING RELAPSE OR SIDEEFFECTS FROM METHADONE, INCLUDING ME!

  3. RighterOne profile image60
    RighterOneposted 6 years ago

    I've had friends on methadone, and let me just tell you that the stuff is worse than the substance, the addiction to which it's claiming to treat. It is more addictive, harder to quit, and has a much longer withdrawal rate - months, even up to a year.

    The only reason why there is no methadone-related crime is that they give it out in clinics instead of creating a black market for it by prohibition and criminalization.

    My answer is - just about anything is better than methadone...

 
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