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wats the effect like? any 1 has experience for it.
Snorting Tylenol 3 would be a bad idea, not much of the pill is actually codeine, it also seems like it would take a long time to do.
Do not snort tylenol 3. Thats a given. Do not ask any experience questions about snorting tylenol 3 because its not exactly worth the time to fuck your nose up ;p
Do a cwe if you want to snort them. It would feel like snorting advil mixed with some codeine. Not fun at all, but if you did cwe in them then it would get out all of the tylanol. I also heard you can break off half of the pill or just the inside and get the codeine, but that may have been a different pill.
*CWE = Cold Water Extraction, incase you didn't know.
no reason to snort tylenol!
For the 1000th time, do not snort any pills with apap, aspirin, or ibuprofen in them. Why?
1. Snorting these substances could be very uncomfortable
2. This is just common fucking sense to me but these pills typically have a low amount (10mg or less) of what you want to snort and thousands of mg of filler and stuff you dont want to snort. Your nasal membranes are only so big and will quickly be coated with crap so the drug you want to get in your system won't absorb, cuz you will end up blowing it out into a kleenex when you finally cannot stand the burn/pain anymore.
oh man... try it and report back
Please don't snort Tylenol 3's. Even if it is pure codiene, please don't snort it. Pop it or parachute it with grapefruit juice. If you must snort an opiate, go for pure oxycodone.
I did it as a freshman in highschool. Totally not worth it.
The main reason people snort things is to avoid hepatic first pass metabolism (all the vessels coming from your gut go to the liver and the liver will metabolize a % of the drug). Codeine needs to be metabolized in order to be active (it is converted to morphine). Therefore you want to swallow it. And as mentioned before there is too much garbage in T3s (and most other pills) to snort.
Thanks guy for the advice
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