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Purdue pharma opiate medications 11 Jan 2021 07:16 #67485

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This is what bit me again the last few days.

Tell you loved ones who have had to or are presently taking these Purdue meds what this says and not forget any of the following:

I just tested it all day, again, as I have been through this a few times in past years and its proven again: There's no amount of "Morphine Sulfate" that will replace "Morphine Sulfate Extended Release" (MSER) by Purdue. I knew the ER was bad, but I underestimated how bad it was.

I only take 15mg MSER 2x a day, thats 15mg for 12 hours, then 15mg for the other 12 hours. Thats 30mg for a full 24 hours, which is 1.25mg per hour, and thats not much) and I took that in MSIR (Morphine Sulfate Instant Release) yesterday, and I took 2 times that in MSIR earlier today in an attempt to stop what was happening and still I was dying, it never made a dent. It did absolutely nothing to stop the symptoms. Tonight at about 10:00PM, after suffering all the rest of today, I decided to take 1/4 of an 15mg ER (thats only 3.5mg!) and it stopped the withdrawal in 40 min. Its not supposed to happen like that, not ever! NEVER NEVER NEVER! There is something really evil in that meds. Its not the morphine, its something else, thats not supposed to be in there. You read about how horrendous my day was day before yesterday(!) it should have been a regular uneventful day. I made no mistake in all that suffering, that was all Purdues big scheme harming me, again. I tested it again yesterday, then again today and then that tiny bit of that ER meds did the trick. Its not supposed to ever happen that way. That tortures and kills people.

I had thought that might happen to some degree, but becasue I was doing really well prior to yesterday, and that I was taking and doing well on the MMS and being extra-super careful (I'm always really careful anyway) with everything that this would not be the same, but it was, it was actually way worse than ever.

Its the same horrible problem with newer: Oxycontin, Oxycodon ER, Purdue re-engineered them in 2010 to be "tamper resistant",(ya right), while the old pre-2010 Oxyfast and Oxycodone IR did not have this strange additional withdrawal (or effect, or whatever it is) to them. In other words prior to 2010 they acted like opiates do, then all of a sudden in 2010 they started killing everyone who took them and tried to stop.

If we, the consumers, were privy to the Purdue internal documents we'd know exactly what they put in that mix to addict and torture us, but its being hidden from us as I write this. Purdue is in bankruptcy and doing everything it can to avoid criminal prosecution for its officers and owners the Sackler family. I'm in that lawsuit as a beneficiary, but if I have an option, I'll vow a lifetime of poverty to get the chance to take every cent from the Sackler family and put them and every sorry Purdue scientist and conspirator in the poor house and in jail. They intentionally killed tens of thousands of good people with that crap. Its not the opiates, its the other stuff they put in there that killed everyone, thats premeditated mass murder!

This is some kind of liver restriction or colon blood flow, or other that happens and its not supposed to happen, even by Purdues on recommendations its apples to apples, not apples to hand grenades, and that's "Evidence of a conspiracy" and "intent to harm".

I spoke to a high end, elite opiate rehab nurse and the nurse told me that all the rich people are doing "Myers protocol" IV's of: Glutathione, N-acetal cistine, and NAD, all in huge quantities to try to get through this. She said "your body needs some help getting through this", but she never really spilled the beans on what the underlying problem was with the new formulas, although she knew more than she said. I hope I know exactly what the "anomalous killer ingredient" is in the near future.

Ive got some other notes from my two other "transitioning attempts" off those new formula drugs, from a few years ago, for that trial. If I can just get well enough and figure out an opportunity to affidavit that info and put it in that court case.
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Purdue pharma opiate medications 15 Jan 2021 05:16 #67532

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I am starting to think that the problem is the large quantity of Ethylene Glycol added to the post 2010 formula. The EG is a strong dependence forming laxative, yes your colon can not get by without it once it has lived with it for a long time. I think that is what has caused my quick fall and massive colon restriction herx. . I can mediate the effects a little with Loperamide, but not completely.

Everyone taking ethylene glycol should consider working very very slowly off of it, and onto a milder less dangerous meds. There are way better laxatives.
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