It depends – while it’s difficult to overdose on tramadol, too much tramadol can cause serious health problems at relatively low doses. More information on the tramadol prescription strengths, maximum daily dosage, and fatal dose amounts here.
Is snorting Xanax effective? Any differences between snorting vs taking Xanax orally? And can snorting Xanax get you high? More on snorting Xanax effects here.
Controlled release oxycodone can cause overdose in single doses > 40 mg or total daily doses > 80 mg in opioid naive people. More on how much oxycodone is safe for you and oxycodone overdose here.
How long Ritalin stays in your system depends on what formula of Ritalin you’re taking. Learn more about drug detection for Ritalin in blood, urine, and hair here.
How much hydrocodone is too much for your body depends on your personal opioid tolerance and what other medications you are taking. While it takes a significant amount of hydrocodone to overdose, hydrocodone is usually combined with other, more dangerous medications. More on hydrocodone overdose, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses here.
Is snorting Wellbutrin dangerous? Can snorting Wellbutrin be effective vs oral Wellbutrin? Can you get high snorting Wellbutrin? More on the dangers and effects of snorting Wellbutrin here.
Yes. You can get high on OxyContin. More on OxyContin as an opioid including its uses, effects, and addiction liability here.
Lorazepam usually stays in your system and can be detected within a day or two administration. If you’re a heavy lorazepam user, however, you risk addiction or dependence. More information on the half life of lorazepam, as well as blood and urine detection times, here.
Can snorting Ambien get you high? Is snorting Ambien effective vs taking Ambien orally? What dangers are present when you snort a prescription drug and can they be avoided? More on snorting Ambien effects here.
It is easy to overdose on Vicodin. But how much Vicodin is too much depends on your tolerance to opioids. This is why Vicodin needs to be taken only as directed by a doctor. More on Vicodin overdose, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses here.