and Mexican pharmacies
This list has been added because of the requests we receive for pharmaceutical advice. In particular, site visitors ask where they can obtain pain-relieving medications that alone make their life worth living, but which their physician denies them owing to our prohibitionist drug laws. Some, but not all, of the pharmacies listed here may be of uncertain reliability. In a more enlightened age - and in a free society - none of them will be necessary.
(last updated April 2019)
Dream Market - online marketplace that sells diamorphine (Heroin), morphine, hydromorphone (Dilaudid), oxycodone (OxyContin) and other strong pain-relievers. Tor (short for The Onion Router) is needed to view Dream Market and ensure online anonymity. Darknet users visit dnstats.net and click "Dream Market". True Life Research - JDTic, SORM-OX, ORPA-OX, ENKI-OX - sells "Agents with a dominant or highly significant opioidergic pathway(s) modulating mechanism of action" Tianeptine (sodium salt) - Tianeptine is a full agonist at the mu and delta opioid receptors. Action at the "nasty" kappa opioid receptors is negligible. Herbaldom.com - sells kratom"Other"
- Opiate Addiction & Detox & Detox Centers- rehab centers
- ACPA Medications and Chronic Pain Supplement 2010 (pdf) - annual update from the American Chronic Pain Association
- Pain Clinics - US and international list of over 3,000 pain specialists and clinics. (See Why Use A Pain Clinic? here)
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