Opiates

Some articles on opiates:

Tramadol - Adverse Effects - Psychological Dependence and Recreational Use
... to tramadol's much lower affinity for this receptor, these are not nearly as intense as with the opiates per se ... dizziness, loss of appetite compared with opiates, which could deter abuse ... Tramadol can alleviate withdrawal symptoms from opiates, and it is much easier to control its usage than for street drugs ...
Mad World - Track Listings
... IDEA3 (United Kingdom) / 812 213-7 (United States) "Mad World" – 332 "Ideas as Opiates" – 354 7" Mercury / IDEA3 (Ireland) / 568 ... (Australia, Europe) / TOS 1411 (South ...
Dejerine–Roussy Syndrome - Treatments - Pharmaceutical Treatment
... Opiates contain the narcotics morphine, codeine, and papaverine which provide pain relief ... Opiates activate μ-opioid receptors in the brain which alter the brain's perception of sensory input, alleviating pain and sometimes inducing pleasure for a short time period ... When intravenously administered, opiates can relieve neuropathic pain but only for a time between 4 and 24 hours ...
Hallucinated - Cause - Drug-induced Hallucination
... with deliriants, psychedelics, certain stimulants, and opiates are known to cause visual and auditory hallucinations ... Opiates are also a popular drug used to induce hallucinations, especially in larger doses ... Some of the most common opiates are opium, heroin and morphine ...
Conditioned Place Preference - Pharmacological Effects - Opiates
... Opiates refer to a classification of drugs that are derived from the opium plant ... Many opiates have been demonstrated to produce CPP in animals ... Although opiates seem to induce CPP, there are a few interactive effects that are of interest to researchers ...