Suboxone Film is the new and innovative form of Suboxone used to treat individuals suffering from opioid dependence. Suboxone Film still contains the same active ingredients (and same strength) as the traditional tablets (Buprenorphine and Naloxone); however, the film strips have proven to be more convenient for patients in more ways than one.
First, the Suboxone Film comes in strips that can easily be cut with scissors rather than trying to break up the tablet form of the drug. This is a significant improvement of the drug because people taking Suboxone must follow a taper program where they gradually reduce their dose over time. This requires cutting smaller and smaller pieces of the strips each day as the treatment program progresses. In other words, if you’re taking Suboxone, you will be cutting your doses frequently and it’s a pain in the ass when you try to do it with tablets that crumble into little pieces and powder.
Second, the film strips taste better (or just not as bad!). In case you didn’t know, Suboxone is not known for having a pleasant taste. Fortunately, though, the strips are actually not too bad compared to the tablets. In addition, the Suboxone Film strips dissolve easier when you put them under your tongue (which is the proper way to take Suboxone). Since the taste is quite disturbing, you don’t want the stuff to be sitting under your tongue for longer than it has to be there.
If you are considering Suboxone treatment for your opioid dependence, I highly recommend going with the Suboxone Film over the tablets for the reasons described above. I know what I’m talking about, I’ve tried both. At first I started using the tablets and then my doctor introduced be to the film and after I switched, I never bought another tablet again. Another bonus to the Suboxone Film is the coupon they are offering as a promotion (check out Suboxone Coupons).
Where Can I Get More Information On Suboxone Film?
If you want to know more about Suboxone Film, we recommend you go to the official Suboxone manufacturers website at Suboxone.com. Just keep in mind that they are the marketers of the product so their information may be a little biased towards convincing you to buy Suboxone. But hey, I endorse Suboxone all the way. It saved my life?