Sort of. Some people can get high on Ultram. Others take large doses of Ultram to get high. More about Ultram and euphoria here.
Yes. Like many painkillers, you can get high on Darvocet. Because serious heart issues can arise from using Darvocet, Darvocet has been withdrawn from the US market since 2010. However, this drug is still available in some countries.
Yes. You can get high on Ritalin if you’re not taking it to treat ADHD. More on the effects of Ritalin and the dangers of Ritalin abuse here.
Yes, it is possible to overdose and possibly die from taking Ambien. Some side effects of the medication can be very dangerous even at normal therapeutic doses. We review some of the dangers of Ambien here.
Yes, Lortab can get you high. But taking enough Lortab to achieve euphoric effect may cause permanent liver damage. More on the composition, use, and dangers of Lortab here.
Yes, Klonopin is addictive. What’s your risk of getting addicted? Find out here.
Is snorting Percocet effective vs taking Percocet orally? Can snorting Percocet get you high? What dangers are present and can they be avoided? More on snorting Percocet effects here.
Yes. Ambien can get you high when misused. More here on the negative effects and risks of abusing Ambien, an addictive sedative.
NO. Xanax is neither a medical nor a legal narcotic. But Xanax is a controlled substance narcotic. This means that if you take Xanax without a prescription, legal consequences are possible. More on the classification of Xanax as a narcotic here.
YES and NO. Concerta can get you high. But Concerta doesn’t get you high if you are taking the stimulant for ADHD or narcolespy. More about Concerta, including Concerta addiction and adverse effects, here.