Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 010423/001.

Names and composition

"LORFAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of LEVALLORPHAN TARTRATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
010423/001 LORFAN LEVALLORPHAN TARTRATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
010423/001 LORFAN LEVALLORPHAN TARTRATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML

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What are some addictive drugs?
for a school health project which ones are addicting? Asked by Cornell Torrain 1 year ago.

Aha. Good question. Now, it all depends on what side of the equation you're working. There are two main types of chemical dependence in the brain: Physical and Psychological. Physical dependence occurs when the body has become so accustomed to functioning in the presence of a certain chemical that, when removed, the body goes into a physical withdrawal as it attempts to regulate itself. In this time, the body goes through natural physical cravings - as it is easier than having to readjust itself. Common physically addicting agents: -Hydrocodone -Morphine -Heroin (diacetyl morphine) >Fatal withdrawals reported -Hydromorphone (synthetic morphine) -Oxymorphone -Oxycodone -Opium -Codeine (methylmorphine) -Dextroamphetamines -Levoamphetamines -Alcohol >Fatal withdrawals reported -Methyl-amphetamines >Esp. in HCl form (aka "Crystal meth") >Fatal withdrawals reported -Methaqualone (aka "Quaaludes") -Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (aka "GHB") >Fatal withdrawals reported -Cocaine >Esp. in rock form (aka "Crack") -Benzodiazepines: >Alprazolam (aka "Xanax") >Clonazepam (aka "Klonopin") >Diazepam (aka "Valium") >Lorazepam (aka "Ativan") +All BZOs have seismic withdrawals+ -Phencyclidine (aka "PCP") -Nicotine -Thebaine (natural opiate form) -Carisoprodol (aka "Soma") --etc.-- Now, if you want extra credit, you could list analogues of these substances. (This is the part in which I beat Andrea's copy-pasted answer...) Phencyclidine: -PCPy (Rolicyclidine) -PCE (Eticyclidine) -TCP (Tenocyclidine) -PHP (Phenylcyclohexylpyrrolidine) -PCPP (Phenylcyclopentylpiperidine) Morphine: -dihydromorphine -dihydrocodeine -propyl-dimethylmorphine -isobutyl-dimethylmorphine -allyl-dimethylmorphine -cyclopropylmethyl-morphine -etorphine (aka "Immobilon") -naloxone (aka "Narcan") -naltrexone (aka "Trexan") -levorphanol (aka "LevoDromeran") -levallorphan (aka "Lorfan") -cyclorphan -butorphanol (aka "Stadol") -benzomorphans -pentazocine (aka "Talwin") -cyclazocine -4-phenylpiperidine (aka "Demerol") -diphenoxylate (aka "Lomotil") -ketobemidone -anileridine -piminodine -fentanyl (aka "Sublimaze") -lofentanil -propoxyphene (aka "Darvocet") -6-methylene-dihydromorphine Okay, sorry - maybe don't use all of them. Morphine has hundreds of analogue derivative compounds. These are just a few from out of my med books. (Yes, I looked up several of them in my school work. No, I'm not being childish.) Lol. Well, anyways. If you need any information on anything in these lists, or any other questions - feel free to message me :) My contact info is in my Y! Answers profile. Hope this helps with your project :) Answered by Herbert Herod 1 year ago.

There are many many additive drug opium, cocaine, nicotine, crystal meth are a few. Drugs can be addictive in two ways physically or mentally. If they are physically addictive like the ones above then they have physical withdrawal systems. Some drugs like pot are only mentally addictive as withdraw only leaves a mental want for the drug. Answered by Aleisha Boyea 1 year ago.

addiction is misunderstood. True addiction means that you get really sick and feel like you are 90 years old, have diarhea, running nose and eyes and sneezing when you stop your drug. If this doesnt happen you are not addicted, you are just missing feeling high and that makes you feel depressed and people think that is addiction. Believe me, there is only one type of true addiction and you get so sick that after enough days you cant take it any more and many people kill themsleves at this time. Opiates are the worst. Heroin, codein,morphene, vicodin, oxycontin are the drugs that will make you truly addicted. Many people think they are addicted because they miss their high when they dont have it, but they dont know sick and miserable until they have met he opiate family Answered by Cassi Geeslin 1 year ago.

Adderall Alcohol Analgesics Barbiturates Buprenorphine Butorphanol Caffeine Chloral hydrate, trichloroethanol and derivatives Cocaine Codeine Dextromethorphan Dextropropoxyphene Ethchlorvynol Fentanyl and its analogs Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol®) Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) Glutethimide Heroin (Diacetylmorphine) Hydrocodone Hydromorphone (Dilaudid®) Ketamine Laxatives Levo-alpha-acetylmethadol (LAAM) Meperidine (Pethidine) Meprobamate Methadone Methamphetamine and other Amphetamines Methaqualone and related sedative-hypnotics Methcathinone Morphine Nicotine Opium Oxycodone Paraldehyde (Paral®) Phencyclidine (PCP) Synthetic opioid agonists and partial agonists not considered here Semi-synthetic opiates not considered here Xanax and other benzodiazepines Answered by Cody Stetke 1 year ago.

Meth is one of the most addicting drugs i know.one hit and you want more, just like that your hooked on it. Answered by Jenny Rozar 1 year ago.

Cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, amphetamine, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, xanax, klonopin, oxycodone, percocet, nubain, codeine, valium, fentanyl, methadone, ultram, sufentanil, ultiva, darvon, paregoric, oxymorphone, orlaam, dezocine.. to name a few Answered by Tommye Klug 1 year ago.

Heroine cocaine/crack meth/crystal meth alcohol/booze have a nice school project and a great day. Answered by Casie Califf 1 year ago.

oxy cotin (if u need some u know my mail) :-p Answered by Julianne Urse 1 year ago.


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