Suboxone Identification – Strips, Film & Tablets
What Does Suboxone Look Like? Suboxone is always the color Orange no matter whether it is in the pill form or the film (aka strip) form. Suboxone Film is a very thin strip of medicine, it almost looks like the dissolving breath mints available at the supermarket. The Suboxone strip is rectangular and is approximately .5″ by 1″ in size.
Here are some images of Suboxone Film, Suboxone Tablet & Suboxone Strips. Suboxone has a unique appearance and is not easily mistaken for other medications. The tablets are shaped in a pentagon (five sides) and Suboxone film is rectangular, both are colored orange.
What Does Suboxone Look Like – In Suboxone Film Form?
Here is a picture of Suboxone 8mg with 2mg Naloxone. This is a Suboxone Strip also known as Suboxone Film. The Suboxone Strip comes in a blue and white sealed packet as shown below.
What Does Suboxone Look Like – In Tablet Form?
This is what Suboxone Tablets look like in 8mg doses.
Important Things To Know About Subuxone
- Suboxone contain a mixture of buprenorphine and naloxone.
- Suboxone is used for treatment of opiate dependence.
- Suboxone is different than most opiates because it contains Naloxone to prevent abuse or IV of Suboxone.
Buprenorphine is the active ingredient in Suboxone so the names are not interchangeable.
Naloxone is the ingredient in Suboxone that prevents abuse
- IV of Suboxone
- Snorting of Suboxone
- Getting High On Suboxone
- Plugging Suboxone
- Intravenous use of Suboxone
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