All the glory of morphine having been touted in my last post, I obviously can't go around with an oral syringe in my pocket, fixing in the bathroom of every place I go. I had always wondered if there are any ways to make oral morphine sulfate more effective. Any liver enzyme potentiators or some such?
Having said that, I wonder why this hasn't been an aim of the pharmaceutical industry. I know they could do it and probably pretty easily. Like how testosterone was made to be an orally effective agent by methylating it. I know they have to have the capability to do it, I suppose it's just not profitable.