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Initial post: Apr 8, 2012 8:39:03 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 22, 2012 7:44:15 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
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Posted on Apr 8, 2012 8:40:44 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 13, 2012 12:38:50 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
It couldnt be easier ordering prescription drugs online with a few clicks of the mouse and having them delivered right to your door, without ever having to see a doctor.

But is it safe? Is it legal? they do anyways at WWW.DRUGBUYERSFREEBOARD.COM

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Often not. And you need to know the risks.

Yes, there are plenty of legitimate U.S. pharmaceutical companies and pharmacies (including online ones) that follow all the laws and regulations and put public safety first.

But there are many that don¡¯t¡ªthey are just out to make a fast buck at your expense. These shady businesses fill orders without prescriptions. They pay doctors just to take a quick glance at your brief medical questionnaire. They don¡¯t know if you are drug-addicted, underage, or have another condition that their medications could make worse. And they don¡¯t care.

Worse yet, the products they peddle are questionable, at best. The drugs may be way past their expiration date. They may be counterfeit, mislabeled, adulterated, or contaminated. And they may well be made from suspect raw materials in underground laboratories in the U.S. and abroad, far from the safety-conscious eyes of the Food and Drug Administration.

Part of the problem is that these illegal pharmacies are all over the Internet. More than 80,000 ¡°portal¡± websites currently sell ad space for these medications and link to one of more than 1,400 ¡°anchor¡± websites that allow customers to place orders through illegal pharmacies. You don¡¯t even have to search for these offers¡ªthey often come straight to your inbox as e-mail spam, enticing you with a cornucopia of drugs on the cheap.

Are there ways to tell whether an online pharmacy is legal? Definitely, and here¡¯s what to look for. Legitimate pharmacies:

¡öRequire a prescription from a licensed doctor, usually by mail (if they accept a fax copy, they will always call your doctor to verify the prescription);
¡öMake you submit a detailed medical history;
¡öClearly state their payment, privacy, and shipping fees on their sites; and
¡öUse secure or encrypted website connections for transactions.
Many legitimate online pharmacies are also certified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy¡ªcheck its website for a listing. Bear in mind, some of the larger Internet pharmacies may not be certified because of their already well-recognized names.

But many good places are out there ready to ship when your need to buy oxycontin online comes

Posted on Apr 8, 2012 4:19:51 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 15, 2012 10:43:53 AM PDT
ParrotSlave says:
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Posted on Apr 8, 2012 4:51:51 PM PDT
Captain says:
Hey if illegal pharmacies were exposed you wouldn't be posting, you would be behind bars.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 8, 2012 5:10:49 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
theres the pillsbury doughboy keeper of the parrots right on time after all he has no life no woman except a blind one would have him...missed a twinkie big boy it fell in one of your fat rolls

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 8, 2012 5:11:28 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
i have a prescription Sir

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 8, 2012 5:13:46 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
why are you such a disgusting negative person? is it because your frustrated no woman will have your whale of a self ? or does this rais your self esteem? get a life besides amazon forum you stalking beast of a fat man
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Posted on Apr 8, 2012 5:21:01 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Apr 8, 2012 7:46:27 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
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In reply to an earlier post on Apr 8, 2012 7:47:44 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
I believe people should be pain free is not that a God given right ? what is your opinion to that ?

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 8, 2012 7:49:03 PM PDT
Mark Twain says:
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Posted on Apr 9, 2012 3:50:29 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 15, 2012 10:45:06 AM PDT
ParrotSlave says:
These sites--part of the sting operation?

The rumor that those drug selling sites mentioned in Old and Diseased's [the name he used when he first started this discussion; now it's Mark Twain, who knows what in a month or two] different discussions recently on Amazon--Buy Nubain Online, I want to Buy Desoxyn Online Is It A Bad Idea, i was intrested to buy pain pills online can you help me ?, Can You Buy Drugs On Craigslist ?, is it safe to buy oxycontin online ? just currious, and drugbuyersforum.org--are part of a massive federal sting operation in cooperation with Canadian and other authorities is completely untrue. Our government does not operate that way except in the movies.

The rumor about one of those sites in particular, that in exchange for giving up names to the feds, it is being allowed to remain in business for the time being, is just that, a rumor, hogwash. You have no need to worry about your name going onto any federal watch list if you visit those sites; our government would never do such a thing, and it has other things to do. Law-abiding citizens do not need to fear the government. Only in extreme cases, certainly not online prescription sales cases, would your IP address be used to identify you. You can have complete confidence that your internet service providers would never cooperate with the government unless they were ordered to do so by a judge. There is absolutely no need to use anonymizer web browsing software when going to those sites. You can always have the utmost faith and confidence in the word of anonymous individuals who post on public forums such as these. None of them could ever possibly have any ulterior motives. No one has ever posted a lie or used these forum to deceive others, now have they?

Posted on Apr 23, 2012 8:03:29 AM PDT
Mark Twain says:
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In reply to an earlier post on Apr 23, 2012 10:39:32 AM PDT
esanta says:
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You can have complete confidence that your internet service providers would never cooperate with the government unless they were ordered to do so by a judge.
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Really? They already cooperate with the RIAA and the MPAA -- well, not all of them, there are still a few indie ISPs that still stand up for the little guy. But the big ones, Verizon, Comcast, Time Warner? If you trust them to protect your privacy and your rights, you're living in a dream world.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 23, 2012 12:30:53 PM PDT
ParrotSlave says:
That was sarcasm.
"According to the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, only 3 percent of the 9,600 online pharmacies it has reviewed complied with industry standards. Many were based overseas, so their sales to Americans were illegal; others did not require doctors' prescriptions. And some were very likely peddling dangerous counterfeit drugs." (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/23/opinion/the-wrong-way-to-stop-fake-drugs.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20120423)

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 25, 2012 7:33:01 AM PDT
widowTink says:
Six years ago I would have said the same thing, I would have sided with you. I was able to overcome my narcotic addiction. Now I see the other side. It's not so much "pain" as it is addiction to the drugs. That is my humble opinion. Getting clean feels so much better...and yes, my "pain" is gone now. And my "interstitial cystitis" (the diagnosis I used to get my narcotics) magically went away, too. How about that.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 29, 2012 3:50:22 PM PDT
I believe he was ripped off trying to get an easy fix.
Hey buddy, be a real junkie and cop in the projects.

Posted on Jul 23, 2012 7:28:28 AM PDT
widowTink says:
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Posted on Jul 26, 2012 8:21:39 AM PDT
I'm sure you're well-intentioned, parrot. But, could you be more ignorant than that sweeping generalization on pain and pain management?

Opiates have been used, without much problem, for thousands of years to manage pain and discomfort... particularly for more traditional 'age-related' dis-ease.

Perhaps you've heard of 'opiate receptors'? Established pathways in the nervous system that specifically enable the function of codeine and morphine. We are biologically predisposed to benefit from ingesting these chemicals.

It's a pretty common and unfortunate phenomenon when struggling and recovering addicts project their relationship with the chemicals onto EVERYONE else...

Some people really are in pain. Occasionally opiates are the best course of treatment.

Posted on Jul 26, 2012 10:13:40 AM PDT
MaDom Aura says:
You can't mandate morality, or convince others that pharmaceuticals or herbal medicine is effective or not. In spite of 10 year trials, and established chemical theory. Opiates are one of the oldest drugs around today. Milk of the poppy was the way people described it and it's been around and ingested, smoked in hookas in opium dens, then packed in wounds, chewed on. Basically if there's a way to get a form of opium, heroin, or pharmaceuticals into the body someone has done it.

Many pilled or injectible drugs have active plant ingredient. You can go to a pharmacy or health food store and find Valerian Root and clearly see that the root is used to make Valium. Just refined stabilized, and easily purchased. If you don't know what it looks like, seeking the root can make you ill or even kill you. So buying Valerian Root in drops or capsules you have layers of assurance that the product is safe.

Opiates were harder to control. It's a lot of work to plans poppys, let them mature and extract the "milk" often in the middle east it's made into a powder, otherwise you see black tar from Mexico. Getting a prescription for Vicodin, Duragesic, Diladid are all made by pharmaceutical companies. Using them you avoid supporting crime networks and terrorists.

Opiates do relieve pain, sure as beer gets you drunk. Why are people disputing the real function of this established products?

People who aren't willing to listen are missing out on mnay thigns, and wasting my time and compassion.

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Posted on Jul 26, 2012 7:04:33 PM PDT
Captain says:
The crackdown on narcotic pain relievers is due to their abuse. It is a huge and growing problem. If they didn't get people high they wouldn't be abused. In their defense many become addicted secondarily to legitimate use for pain relief. But long term use invariably leads to addiction. No one is exempt from become addicted with long term use.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 2, 2012 7:04:38 AM PDT
widowTink says:
YES...your key word there is OCCASIONALLY. Addicts don't know the definition of "occasionally". Like I said....I beat the addiction. I was using and seeking drugs a lot more than "occasionally." I've been there. And I know there is light at the end of the tunnel. But it took intervention by those who love me. It was amazing to me that once I was OFF the pain meds....the pain permanently went away. I realize that everyone is different, but this is my experience. I know how dark and scary that black hole of opiate addiction can be....I hate to see anyone else suffering the same.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 2, 2012 7:05:40 AM PDT
widowTink says:
....that's MS. parrot to you......

*tink* to the ones who know me.................. ;-)

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 2, 2012 10:39:04 AM PDT
T. Joppich says:
Except oxycontin isn't made from milk of the poppy at all. It's synthetic.

Posted on Aug 2, 2012 4:47:29 PM PDT
No it's not. OxyContin is made from morphine which is taken from the poppy. It is synthesized, just like heroin, but it isn't Methadone-derived.
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