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smack will always be cheaper in europe.....pharma opiates are cleaner ....but H is way way more easy to source.

doctors in the UK just dont give out synthetic opiates unless the patient is terminal. i know pain sufferers who

get palmed off with MST and trams......the proximity of pakistan and afghanistan means the poppy tends to

dominate .....

Another example , xanax (alprazolam) is way popular and well known in the US . In the UK they arent prescribed

by the NHS , you can only get them if you have a doctor who writes you a private prescription and the majority of

NHS doctors wont prescribe you it privately...and that includes the psychs....'

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I read the whole article and it was very interesting... things sure have changed but maybe Florida is different?  Anyway, I did learn something about MRI's too, lol  Thanks for posting.

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Yes H is quite easy to source in the uk but quality H is becoming rarer and rarer in the uk.For instance I probably know 10 different dealers who basically have the same or different type of weak H.

That seems to be the story where I stay it's all such a waste of money and it has been like this for ages.I don't know if there is any good H entering the uk at the moment or its just getting stamped allover.A blessing in disguise perhaps

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Another example , xanax (alprazolam) is way popular and well known in the US . In the UK they arent prescribed

by the NHS , you can only get them if you have a doctor who writes you a private prescription and the majority of

NHS doctors wont prescribe you it privately...and that includes the psychs....'

​this is the problem i've been having since moving from the USA to the UK.  after being prescribed about 10 different medications, i was eventually placed on a regular prescription for kl0n for something they called "severe PTSD and GAD" - it was the *only* medication that worked for me out of the 11 they prescribed over the years.  i didn't know i'd have no access whatsoever to this medication upon moving to the UK. it has taken 6 entire years for someone at mental health to finally see me, and i've been referred to 3 different NHS mental health facilities for outpatient help - none of them will prescribe the medication that worked for me.  they want me to go back on antidepressants (which i will not do again, they made me suicidal and the withdrawal from them, even tapering, was actual hell on earth), they said after 6 sessions that CBT isn't right for the "complexity" of my issue. i've tried everything already and they will not prescribe what works for me because of the UK's stance on this particular type of medication.  meanwhile people all over the UK are doing ecstasy pills regularly and getting drunk to the point of fighting in streets but that's nowhere near as regulated or controlled.  i understand that this medication has abuse potential, but that doesn't mean people that legitimately need the medication to live their daily lives should be without it.  i see alcohol ruining people's lives over here every day and nobody in the UK is doing anything to regulate that.

 

please pardon my mini-rant there.  it's been a challenging, frustrating 6 years.

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Another example , xanax (alprazolam) is way popular and well known in the US . In the UK they arent prescribed

by the NHS , you can only get them if you have a doctor who writes you a private prescription and the majority of

NHS doctors wont prescribe you it privately...and that includes the psychs....'

​this is the problem i've been having since moving from the USA to the UK.  after being prescribed about 10 different medications, i was eventually placed on a regular prescription for kl0n for something they called "severe PTSD and GAD" - it was the *only* medication that worked for me out of the 11 they prescribed over the years.  i didn't know i'd have no access whatsoever to this medication upon moving to the UK. it has taken 6 entire years for someone at mental health to finally see me, and i've been referred to 3 different NHS mental health facilities for outpatient help - none of them will prescribe the medication that worked for me.  they want me to go back on antidepressants (which i will not do again, they made me suicidal and the withdrawal from them, even tapering, was actual hell on earth), they said after 6 sessions that CBT isn't right for the "complexity" of my issue. i've tried everything already and they will not prescribe what works for me because of the UK's stance on this particular type of medication.  meanwhile people all over the UK are doing ecstasy pills regularly and getting drunk to the point of fighting in streets but that's nowhere near as regulated or controlled.  i understand that this medication has abuse potential, but that doesn't mean people that legitimately need the medication to live their daily lives should be without it.  i see alcohol ruining people's lives over here every day and nobody in the UK is doing anything to regulate that.

 

please pardon my mini-rant there.  it's been a challenging, frustrating 6 years.

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yes the UK position on diazepam at the minute is allegedly anti abuse .......but I know for a fact that Gp's

are prescribing Lyrica (pregabalin) as a substitute like candy as you would say.....lyrica is still under

patent. £££££'s for pfizer....!

xanax was never allowed on the NHS due to potency and the previous prescribing disasters , firstly

valium in the late 60's then the misdirected advice that saw too many GP's hand out Ativan in the

late 80's early 90's......

private medicine will provide alprazolam but usually only a private psychiatrist and they cost mucho

dinero.

 

yeah its easier to get good dutch E in the UK than to get good Xanax....topsy turvy world......!!!

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yes the UK position on diazepam at the minute is allegedly anti abuse .......but I know for a fact that Gp's

are prescribing Lyrica (pregabalin) as a substitute like candy as you would say.....lyrica is still under

patent. £££££'s for pfizer....!

xanax was never allowed on the NHS due to potency and the previous prescribing disasters , firstly

valium in the late 60's then the misdirected advice that saw too many GP's hand out Ativan in the

late 80's early 90's......

private medicine will provide alprazolam but usually only a private psychiatrist and they cost mucho

dinero.

 

yeah its easier to get good dutch E in the UK than to get good Xanax....topsy turvy world......!!!

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