How To Inject Opana ER Intravenously (Mau5-Tek)
The following method is how to inject Opana ER (Oxymorphone HCl Extended Release) tablets and beat the patent TIMERx system.
For those who don't know, Opana ER utilizes a harm-reduction gel matrix known as TIMERx. Upon contact with moisture - the pill will gel up and achieve a consistency of snot which renders the pill useless except for a disappointing gulp of of some nasty mess that will remind you of the most gooey disgusting loogie.
This of course is a huge dilemma as oxymorphone provides a beautiful rush and has the legs of an ostrich. The constant war between IV drug users and TIMERx has been a brutal one resulting in a huge loss of quality pharmaceutical opiate goodness and a sad frown of failure on the faces of junkie soliders across our great nation.
If any of you have seen the amazing movie, Drugstore Cowboy, starring Matt Dillon and a well appreciated appearance by beat literature master and opiate savant, William S. Burroughs. You will notice Matt Dillon's character's affection for a pharmaceutical referred to as "blues". In this day and age, blues are a commonplace term to refer to those sexy Roxicodone 30mg (Oxycodone HCl) but back then they were the Endo Numorphan tablets which were immediate release formulations of oxymorphone HCl.
Enough of the background and history lesson and on to the technique that will allow you to introduce your precious veins to the glorious substance that is oxymorphone.
(1) Opana ER tablet (5mg, 7.5mg, 15mg, 20mg, 30mg, 40mg)
(2) Insulin Syringes (1cc)
(1) Cotton Ball
(1) Large Metal Spoon (I used a soup ladle)
(1) Shot Glass
Electric Heat Source (An electric stove or a clothing iron is suitable)
91% Isopropyl Alcohol
Water (Distilled if available)
1. Take your pill and remove the coating. I suggest using a nail file to do so and not use a wet papertowel like you would on an Oxycontin pill because remember that TIMERx? It will gel up upon contact with moisture.
2. Decide upon your dose. Please bear in mind that oxymorphone is a very potent narcotic. Injectable solutions come in formulations of 1mg/mL. I had a 40mg ER tablet and I used a little less than a quarter of it. Remember that it is almost inevitable to lose some product in the process so I used a ~10mg chunk and probably yielded ~5mg - 8mg. This is a large dose even for an opiod tolerant individual.
3. Grind up your chunk using a hose clamp into a fine and fluffy powder and add it to your shotglass.
4. Place rougly 1 tablespoon of 91% Isopropyl alcohol into the shot glass and stir it. Allow this mixture to sit for a couple of minutes - stirring occasionally.
5. Take a large cotton and drop it into the solution and filter it out with a syringe. You may use an infant oral syringe (like the ones preferred for plugging) or a 3cc syringe to suck up more liquid. I unfortunately only had a 1cc insulin syringe so I used that to draw up the oxymorphone/alcohol solution.
6. Squirt the extracted solution into your metal spoon - it should be free of any visible materiels at this point (a speck or two won't hurt).
7. Place the spoon onto your electric heat source. I used an electric clothing iron and simply placed the spoon on the flipped over iron as it was on the highest setting.
8. Allow the solution to simmer and evaporate. You can speed up the process by blowing on the alcohol as it simmers. The solution should not be at a rolling boil. Just a consistent simmer and try to breathe in the evaporated fumes as it can give you quite a headache.
9. When the alcohol has been completely evaporated, you will be left with a yellowish residue at the bottom of the spoon. This is your extracted oxymorphone. Fill up your syringe with as much (hot) water as possible (preferrably 1cc) and squirt it into the spoon and mix it quickly and drop a medium sized cotton in quickly to absorb the liquid. You will see a portion of the product gel up. You can eat the remaining gel or wash it again for a second shot although I don't really now how effective it will be.
10. Inject your oxymorphone solution, sit back and pop in Drugstore Cowboy and feel the connection between yourself and Bob (Matt Dillon's character in the movie).
I hope the above technique works for you and you can soon join the ranks of esteemed IV oxymorphone users everywhere. Remember to exercise extreme caution with these bad boys and never underestimate the power they hold. Always remember that you can ALWAYS do more but you can't always do less and I'd rather wake up from a enjoyable nod than a state of confusion with a shot of Narcan running through my veins.
Love, Peace & Chicken Grease.