Prescription narcotics should always come from a reputable pharmacy located in the United States where safety regulations are in place to protect consumers. Actiq is the solid, lollipop-like version of fentanyl, a highly potent narcotic painkiller. It is considered a drug of abuse, subject to illegal diversion and illegal sale and trade. Many websites have popped up in recent years, offering Actiq and other opiates for sale. Some don’t even require a prescription – a sure sign that a company is operating without good intentions. Patients should always talk to their doctors before filling prescriptions and preferably do so at a pharmacy where staff is available to answer questions. Patients who buy Actiq online without a prescription can’t be sure of what they’re getting. The medication can be fake, out of date, too potent, not strong enough or it can contain dangerous additives and ingredients. In some cases, the dosage may be off, putting patients at risk for reactions or overdose.
Some Online Pharmacies Sell Questionable, Even Dangerous Medications
Signs of a questionable website include one that doesn’t ask for a valid prescription, one that offers Actiq at a deep discount and one that doesn’t provide adequate contact information. An email address is not enough. A reputable pharmacy will have a physical address and working telephone number. Online sites outside the U.S. that claim to be pharmacies often sell substandard products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says some online sites are not pharmacies at all, do not protect personal medical and payment information and could sell medicine that can hurt you. The agency says the dangers of online pharmacies also include medicines that are not checked for safety and effectiveness according to U.S. standards and those that are not labeled, shipped or stored correctly.
Buying Large Quantities of Actiq Online Indicates a Problem
In many cases, the people who are using these questionable websites have issues with Actiq abuse and addiction. Prescription drugs purchased online may not be regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Sometimes people who are addicted to Actiq or other opiates will try to secure multiple sources by turning to questionable online sources. This may be a sign of Actiq addiction. Waismann Method, based in southern California, has offered professional, medical detox for more than a decade. We recognize that OxyContin addiction is a serious, but treatable condition. We offer a rapid Actiq detox that is known to be safe, effective and humane.