Can you describe in more detail what you did and what part went wrong? I would be more than happy to help give you more advice. Like I said in my post, I have never encountered these pills and only did this with the OP oxycodones. They didn't turn into a milky white substance. They turned into balls of gel, and I was able to extract the liquid they were in. I avoided this problem by switching meds.
Let me ask a few questions. Did the pills disolve entirely into the water to the point of which it was almost like the consistency of glue? Or, did they maintain their form (except for probably some expansion) and a milky white liquid was surrounding them. There is bound to be some tweaking that you need to do to find just the right amount of water, wait longer, use a filter, use more alcohol
, or use alcohol and filters to separate the pill binders from the liquid then burn it off afterwards. There are lots of possibilities here.
The main goal is this. Find a way to recreate the conditions of a stomach and get the extended release mechanism to start going. I am not sure what actually causes this amazing, patented time-release mechanism to release the oxymorphone
, i.e. if it requires a highly acidic environment or not. My guess would be that it shouldn't require too much acid because it wouldn't work too well for people on antacids lol. Either way, be creative with this because this formula is obviously different than any formula to date, and worst comes to worse, you just have to eat whatever you created and at least then you'll most likely at least have destroyed the TR mechanism and you should get a nice rush getting it all at once orally