forthis wrote:Area-1255 wrote:forthis wrote:
yes the tablets were a yellowish colour. they pretty much did what naltrexone is meant to do, blocked the euphoria of opiates. i did not have any adverse effects while taking it. that was 2 years ago though and i get told over and over how its 'impossible' to block forever, but it must have. i dont think they were bunk. i have searched the net for answers, none. i am seriously depressed and lost, i feel hopeless
Very very strange. They are the right ones then (hopefully), still doesn't rule out contamination or poor tablet coating.
so either way i'm fucked for life, which seems crazy. people told me awhile back 'to give it time' i have, years now. i'm terrified
Have you tried Amentoflavone ? Its a kappa-opioid antagonist with less strict binding properties. Perhaps something that doesn't as tightly bind would make more sense. That way it isn't evoking a compensatory adaption as much...although, at this point I doubt the problem is strictly with your Kappa-opioid receptors; but rather the ones that produce Euphoria; the mU-opioid receptors.