What is Subutex?
Subutex is mainly used today as a substitute for heroin, in an attempt to relieve some of the problems associated with heroin addiction. Subutex is different from Methadone and Heroin because it does not have such a strong effect on the brain.
How is subutex taken?
Subutex is usually taken orally, it is placed under the tongue and dissolved there for about 5-10 minutes. If the drug is chewed or swallowed it will not work.
What are the side effects of taking subutex?
Subutex can cause unexpected drops in blood pressure, which could result in feeling faint or fainting if you get up too quickly from a lying or sitting position. Subutex can also have side effects such as headaches, insomnia, nausea and constipation.
What are the long-term effects of taking subutex?
Subutex is addictive and overdose can occur if taken with other medication or with alcohol.
What class of drug is subutex?
Subutex is a class C drug, the maximum penalty for possession is 2 years in jail plus an unlimited fine. The maximum penalty for supplying or intent to supply is 14 years in jail plus an unlimited fine.