Oftenly Found in prescription cough syrip, and basically slows you down all around.
The good effects:
· High with dizziness
· Skin, Lips, Face feel numb
· Relieves pain quite well
· decreased sex drive
· Urinary haulting or problems
used for its analgesic (pain killing), antitussive (cough medicine) and antidiarrhoeal properties.
common applications include pain pills and cough syrup. its OTC purchase is regulated. in most countries, preparations are only available OTC in low concentrations and in combination with paracetamol (acetaminophen) (as co-codamol), with aspirin (as co-codaphrin) or with ibuprofen.
it is available without prescription in combination preparations from licensed pharmacists in doses up to 8 mg/tablet in Canada, 13.8 mg/tablet in Australia, 15 mg/tablet in New Zealand and 12.8mg/tablet in the UK (with paracetamol or ibuprofen).
as it is an opiate, its effects are similar to those of morphine and heroin (although less potent and with a slower onset).
good effects include euphoria, sedation, relaxation, pain relief, the feeling of warmth, and a general sense of well-being.
bad effects include itchiness (common with all opiates, this lasts the duration of the high), nausea, lowered libido (temporary and lasts the duration of the high), and constipation.
its ease of acquisition and purification from pain pills via cold-water extraction means that it is sometimes used recreationally. ...
(u may here someone say)"mann i bout 2 po' up a 4. which means they r about 2 sip on a 4oz bottle of tha sticky.