Loperamide dubbed ‘poor man’s methadone’ in misuse warning

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Diarrhoea remedy loperamide is being used to get a “morphine-like” high, according to the Daily Telegraph. The Telegraph says use of the medicine, which it says has been dubbed the “poor man’s methadone” has grown in recent years in NSW and across Australia. “The Daily Telegraph has seen several web forum posts about loperamide abuse,

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