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5 definitions by WSB15

 
1.
Prescription painkiller containing Oxycodone and Acetaminophen (Tylenol). Oxycodone is the same drug that is in Oxycontin, although the dosages in Percocet are much lower. Prescribed for moderate-severe pain.

"Yo my doc gave 20 percocets for breakin' my nose in a fight"
by WSB15 February 21, 2006
 
2.
An orange tablet containing Buprenorphine and Naloxone in a 4:1 ratio, used for detox or maintenance treatment of opiate addiction (to heroin or other narcotic painkillers). Methadone is used for the same purposes. Pills come in 2 and 8 mg dosages. Subutex is similar to Suboxone, but has only Buprenorphine and no Naloxone. The Naloxone is an opiate antagonist, and is put in Suboxone in order to prevent the tablets from being injected. Naloxone is not active when the pill is used sublingually, orally, or insufflated. Not commonly used recreationally, because it won't get someone with any tolerance high like Vicodin, Oxy, or Heroin would. It is valued on the street by some opiate addicts who want to have something to keep them from withdrawing if their dope supply runs short.

If you take Suboxone too soon after an opiate, you will go into withdrawal. If you take an opiate too soon after Bupe, the bupe will block the effects and you won't get high.

"I've been banging H on a daily basis for 6 months, but I think it's time to throw in the towel, and get prescribed Suboxone"
by WSB15 February 21, 2006
 
3.
Brand name for a strong opioid drug, called hydromorphone. Prescribed for severe pain. When used intravenously, provides a very intense, powerful rush comparable to heroin. Very valuable to heroin users and to a lesser extent, opiate users in general. Some call them "dillies". Pills come in 2, 4 , and 8mg doses.
"I snorted some dilaudid, damn that shit is better than morphine"
by WSB15 February 21, 2006
 
4.
Prescription narcotic cough syrups. Most contain Hydrocodone or Codeine. These syrups have other ingredients in them for treating cold and cough symptoms, such as Antihistamines or Decongestants.

Some Common Formulas:
Tussionex- 10mg Hydrocodone (Extended-Release) and Chlorpheniramine 8mg per 5ml (1 tsp.)
Codiclear/Hycotuss- Hydrocodone and Guaifenesin
Lortab Elixir- Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen
Prometh VC with Codeine: Codeine and Promethazine

Often people will add Alcohol, Flavorings (ex. Kool-Aid), or crushed-up pills (such as Vicodin) to potentiate the effects of the syrup or make it taste better.

A somewhat common misperception is that Sizurp refers to over-the-counter cough syrups containing DXM (dextromethorphan) which some abuse ("Robotrippin") for its dissassociative effects.
From Three Six Mafia, Sippin on Some Sizzurp:

"I got the wet promethazine, thick orange & yellow tuss
Hydroco-done...Sippin on Some Sizurp..."
by WSB15 February 21, 2006
 
5.
IM
Intramuscular, as in Instramuscular injection of a drug
"Oh shit, Danny is ODing on Heroin...let's take him to the hospital for an IM injection of Naloxone"
by WSB15 February 25, 2006