roxycodone vs. oxycontin

What is the difference between roxicodone and oxycontin?

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Roxycodone (sometimes mispelled Roxicodone) is a widely abused narcotic painkiller. Roxycodone is also known as "blues", "OxyIR", "roxies", "roxy" or "roxi".

OxyContin, whose street names include, "cotton","Hillbilly Heroin","Kicker", "OCs", "Ox", "Oxy", "pills", "40s", "40-Bars" and"80s", is also an opioid painkiller that is a widely abused narcotic.

(12 Feb '13, 16:09) admin ♦♦



Roxycodone is often used illicitly. When sold on the street its names include "blues", "oxycodone", "oxys", "roxanne", "roxys", "roxy", "roxies", and "30s" and "15s"; Oxycodone, also a misused drug, has street names such as, "Cotton", "Hillbilly Heroin", "Kickers", "OCs", "Os", "Oxy", and "Oxies".



Roxycodone and oxycodone are opioids. They are synthetic drugs that emulate the action of opiates, which are derived from the poppy plant containing opium.


Prescription Drugs

Oxycodone and Roxicodone are powerful drugs available only with a doctor's prescription.

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Last updated: 12 Feb '13, 16:09