How potent is DF-118 when compared to codeine? Codeine article says about 10% of codeine is converted to.
Ive been addicted to Dihydrocodiene for over 4yrs.ive been taking between 300mg to 600mg a day.ive been trying to dettox off dihydrocodiene for over 2yrs now but find it VERY hard. The withdrawls are horific,insomnia,sever Depresion and flu like symptoms.ive seen my doctor sbout this and at first wanted to put me on methadone.i wasnt keen to go on methadone so she has put me on 120mg of DHC continus a day,i still suffer sever withdrawls but im sure its better taking the dihydrocodiene than the methadone.if anyone has suffered with dihydrocodien addiction and has succsefully detoxed off them i would like to hear if you have any advice.DFDen —Preceding comment was added at 17:38, March 19, 2007.
21:23, 9 May 2011 (UTC)ProfMad21:23, 9 May 2011 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Profmad ( talk • contribs ).
I personally don't believe Dihydrocodeine to be more or less potent than MDMA, just different.
Dihydrocodeine is a semi-synthetic opioid analgesic prescribed for pain or severe dyspnea, Dihydrocodeine is used as an alternative or adjunct to codeine for the aforementioned indications. dihydromorphine and dihydromorphine-6-glucuronide (one hundred times more potent), these metabolites are produced in such.
Common trade names for the extended-release tablets are Didor Continus, Codidol, Codi-Contin, Dicodin (made in France and the major product containing the tartrate salt), Contugesic, DHC, and DHC Continus. The usual strengths are 60, 90, and 120 mg. In many European countries and elsewhere in the world, the most commonly found dihydrocodeine preparations are extended-release tablets made by encasing granules of the ingredient mixture, almost always using the bitartrate salt of dihydrocodeine, of four different sizes in a wax-based binder.
The typical recreational dose can be anything from 70 mg to 500 mg, or, in users with tolerance, even more.
Limited data is available on the relative potency of DHC to other opioids. The analgesic effect of DHC is probably twice as potent as codeine for the parenteral.
DHC possesses approximay 1/6(th) of the morphine analgesic effect when drugs are administered orally. Limited data is available on the relative potency of DHC to other opioids. In this article pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, dosing guidelines, adverse effects and clinical studies of DHC in pain management are shown with focus on cancer pain. DHC is used as an analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrhoeal agent; it is also used for the treatment of opioid addiction. The impact of CYP2D6 activity on DHC analgesia was discussed and a proposal of calculation equianalgesic doses of DHC to other opioids was put forward. The analgesic effect of DHC is probably twice as potent as codeine for the parenteral and slightly stronger for an oral route. Dihydrocodeine (DHC) is a semi-synthetic analogue of codeine which was formed by the hydrogenation of the double tie in the main chain of the codeine molecule.
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Dihydrocodeine (DHC) is a semi-synthetic analogue of codeine, which was approximay twice as potent as tramadol for an oral route. DHC compared to.