I have both Norco and Hydrocodone from previous prescriptions that I occasionally take for recreational use. I have noticed the Norco gives me better highs, thus prefer it over the Hydrocodone.
However, upon closer inspection of the containers, I noticed that the Hydrocodone is listed as "Hydrocodone/APAP 5/500TA" while the Norco is "Norco 10/325MG". I asked a friend who is a nurse and she said that the numbers mean their is 5 mg of Hydrocodone and 500 mg of something else (APAP?), while the Norco is 10 mg and some uknown compound of 325 mg.
Thus, if Norco is the same as hydrocodone, then the reason I am getting a better high is that it is twice as much, right? Or maybe that APAP stuff is dampening the effect of the hydrocodone. Or, maybe Norco is better.
What do you guys think?