My expert friend Cody told me how to IV the new oxycontin OP's....
1] Turn on your over to 400 degrees, while this is heating up you can do the next step.
2] Remove coating from your pill[s] and cut into 4 equal pieces
3] Make a little tray out of aluminum foil [easy clean up]
4] Place pieces on aluminum foil and place in over. make sure to keep an eye on them, you want them to turn a light golden brown. This should take less than 15 min or so.
5] Once they've turned golden, take them out of the oven and your ready for the next step.
6] Get a glass, and put 1/2 a cup of warm water in it with the pill pieces
7] Put the glass in your microwave, use high power, set it for 10 sec. first. The goal here is to have it in the microwave until it starts to boil, take it out when it starts bubbling and stir it with something like a spoon or knife. Repeat this until the pieces are dissolved. you may need to periodically add water to the glass, because if too much of the water evaporates, it will turn into gel. this may take from 15-30 minutes.
Make sure you're not shooting up gel, it is going to be a little thick, but if you added the right amount of water, it will work. Cody didn't use a micron filter due to it being in a drinking glass, but filters do help you in the long run.
Because, the original OxyContin (OC) formulation had a manufacturer's (Purdue Pharma) released MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) in which they, obviously trying to cover their respective Corporate rears, listed all the potential adverse consequences of 'accidental exposure' to OxyContin when the tablets are 'broken or crushed' and the main culprit behind multiple adverse system reactions (apart of course from the non-controlled-release of most if not all of the oxycodone present in the tabs -- a moot point since the thread's O.P. is trying to achieve just that) was the talc present in each Oxycontin pill. Talc which if introduced intravenously (though this R.O.A. is not mentioned in the MSDS) has a track record for causing necrosis of the veins. I would hate to think of what the re-formulated 'OP' formulation has in it which would cause an even greater risk to the potential 'shooter'.
Oh, and BTW: Heat (especially at the temperatures mentioned in the above post) tends to destroy much of the oxycodone. In short, it's a wasteful way of 'getting wasted'.
Lastly, boys/girls, pets/friends, remember (tongue-in-cheek): "Wear impervious clothing such as gloves, lab coat, shoe covers, apron, or jumpsuit, as appropriate, to prevent skin contact if exposure to broken or crushed tablets is possible. Consult the site safety professional [no, this is not referring to Alfa] for additional guidance, as needed" -- Purdue Pharma L.P. OxyContin MSDS (Version: 3-Jan-08)
Didn't mean to 'harsh' the Original Poster's 'mellow', it's in the spirit of Harm Reduction that this counter-point was made.
If swim were to filter the resulting liquid from step 7 through a cotton would it remove an talc that may be present. Swim just picked up 10 of the OP 40's, want to get the best rush without taking too extreme a risk-especially since swim won't be able to get anything more for awhile. Has anyone tried this yet? Thanks
Jake my dog has used the above technique almost to the letter. He'd take an 80 or a couple of 40s and load two syringes with the syrupy product and inject very slowly. (BTW, any size dosage works.) This satisfied Jake's needle fixation and got him high.
Jake stopped after a quick harm/benefit analysis: there was less of a rush he thinks because viscosity of the gel keeps it from rushing to Jake's brain; the product is subject to a lot of heat during the process; the process can be fun, but it takes time; and last but certainly not least, no matter how much Jake thins it out he's shooting this sticky gel into his veins - envisioning it not coursing through his veins, but rather oozing, sticking to plaque, valves, clogging up God knows what.
Jake is known for throwing caution to the wind, but he said common sense alone tells him it is not worth the risk.
A friend of SWIM did a different way with very good results. Break the op up in as small peices as you can with pliers that have cutters on them, no need to take coating of of the new op's cause its made of the same substance as the gel. Put the pieces in spoon and put it on heat like a glass top stove until it turns light brown. Pull off of heat as soon as it starts turning brown. Run cold water from your faucet on the back of the spoon to shock it back solid but try not to get the other side of the spoon wet. Then put spoon in freezer for bout 10 min. Take the spoon out and ad 1 1/2 cc of water and reheat and stir the substance together as it heats.Use filter and draw up substance. It will be a little thick but not too bad. SWIM has seen this done maybe 50 or more times with great results. Use filter!!! Most of the gel thats left seems to get stuck in the filter. Use two filters if needed
I have to say that I have searched and found patent (from purdue) where is fully explained tamper resistant tablets. Oxycodone is sprayed on synthetic polymer called beds which "hold" oxycodone(there are many other bidents). Its very difficult to separate polymer from oxycodone particle. Even extract looks fine and clear without participation, I assure polymer is still there and that can couse serius helath problems.
Does it work, yes, but solution contain many hazardus substances with oxycodone.