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    1. Opiate - Wikipedia

      Opiate is a term classically used in pharmacology to mean a drug derived from opium. Opioid, a more modern term, is used to designate all substances, both natural and synthetic, that bind to opioid receptors in the brain (including antagonists).

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    2. Opiates

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    3. Opiates - definition of opiates by The Free Dictionary

      • Define opiates. opiates synonyms, opiates pronunciation, opiates translation, English dictionary definition of opiates. n. 1. Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy...

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    4. Opiate

      What are opiates? In medical classification, the group of drugs called “opiates” includes any narcotic opioid alkaloid found as a natural product of the opium poppy plant (lat. papaver somniferum).

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    5. Opiates - Opiate.com

      • These drugs contain no opium or opiate derivatives but they have a similar effect as opiates.
      • Semi-synthetic opiates are not naturally occurring substances but they do include opiate derivatives.

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    6. What are Opiates? (with pictures)

      • Opiates are a group of narcotics that contain opium or a natural or synthetic derivative of opium. The effects of opiates include...

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    7. Opiate Withdrawal Timelines, Symptoms and Treatment

      • What Are Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms?
      • Opiates change the way the brain responds to pain stimuli and can also produce a “high” feeling by disrupting the reward and pleasure centers in the brain.

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    8. Opiate | Definition of Opiate by Merriam-Webster

      • The devices can undo the effects of an opiate overdose almost immediately and are identical to those used by officers in many of the country’s law enforcement agencies.

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    9. Opioid - Wikipedia

      • The term "opioid" originated in the 1950s.[147] It combines "opium" + "-oid" meaning "opiate-like" ("opiates" being morphine and similar drugs derived from opium).

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    10. Erowid Opiates Vault : Information about opiates, opium, codeine, and heroin in drug tests.

      • Opiates are one of the "SAMHSA-5".
      • Codeine breaks down into morphine. The opiate drug tests look for codeine, morphine, and 6-acetyl-morphine.

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