General Warnings

Mexican Oxy: 5 Life Saving Things You Should Know

Oxycodone is in a class of medications called opiate (narcotic) analgesics. It works by changing the way the brain and nervous system respond to pain. It is the powerful primary ingredient in many Painkillers prescribed to people suffering from moderate to severe pain. These pills come in various shapes, sizes, and colors depending on the dose and brand. It is highly addictive and is commonly used recreationally by people who have an opioid use disorder.

It’s no secret that drug and pharmaceutical prices in the United States can be outrageously expensive at times. Recent media reports have mentioned how many people are seeking to purchase drugs in other countries or online. Many common drugs available in the United States including Oxycodone can be purchased in Mexico, often at a significant reduction in cost.

However, with the increasing rate of overdoses associated with medications linked to Mexico, more and more people are now looking for information on the safety measures to adopt when buying Oxycodone 30 mg from Mexico or from Mexican drug companies.

Here are 5 things you should know about Mexican Oxycodone:

There Are Fake Versions of Oxy 30 Laced With Fentanyl 

Mexican Oxy has led to countless loss of lives. Mexican Cartels are making fake versions of this medication using Fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid that is similar to morphine but is 50 to 100 times more potent. Drug dealers are producing fake pills laced with fentanyl because it takes very little to produce a high with fentanyl, making it a cheaper option. This is especially risky when people taking drugs don’t realize they might contain fentanyl as a cheap but dangerous additive. They might be taking stronger opioids than their bodies are used to and can be more likely to overdose. Mortalities due to fentanyl derivatives are on the rise with novel fentanyl analogs wreaking havoc on a global scale.

These pills which sell for $9 to $30 each took the lives of a 17-year-old star high school baseball pitcher from a Phoenix suburb and a pair of 19-year-old best friends and prominent former high school athletes from Arizona’s mountain town of Prescott Valley. The parents of one, Gunner Bundrick, said their son’s death left “a hole in our hearts.”

Never Buy Mexican Oxycodone from a Pharmacy that does not ask for a doctor’s prescription.

Buying a fake Mexican Oxycodone can be a death sentence especially when it contains deadly substances like fentanyl. Legitimate pharmacies always require prescriptions.  In fact, many patients are surprised to learn that it’s not legal for a Canadian pharmacist to dispense medication to an American without a prescription from a Canadian physician. However, Prescription medication can often be purchased in Mexico without a physician’s prescription. United States residents living along the border may have access to dangerous medications by crossing the border and purchasing them in Mexican pharmacies according to studies.

Use available resources to get real Oxycodone or cheaper alternatives

  • Always choose a VIPPS-certified online pharmacy: You can find a list of pharmacies certified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. No other certifying entity is as good as VIPPS. You can compare prices at different VIPPS-certified pharmacies.
  • Consider generic alternatives: Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a generic version of your Oxycodone.
  • Look for patient assistance programs: Check with Needy Meds and Medicine Assistance to see if you qualify for the many hundreds of programs that provide low-cost or even free pharmaceuticals to people unable to afford their medication.

Always look before you leap when it comes to Mexican Oxycodone

Most of the sites offering Mexican Oxycodone are not pharmacies at all. Many uncertified “online pharmacies” are large criminal organizations that make money by selling fake drugs with little or no active ingredients. They are widely advertised through email spam and have convincing sounding names like “Trusted Pharmacy Co, UK” and look authentic. They usually reside in countries with little ability to enforce fraud and counterfeiting laws. These organizations are not really pharmacies and they are not accredited by the National Board of Pharmacies or regulated by the FDA.

You can also find useful information on How to Spot Fake Oxycodone M 30 Pills


Dr. Oche Otorkpa PG Cert, MPH, PhD

Dr. Oche is a seasoned Public Health specialist who holds a post graduate certificate in Pharmacology and Therapeutics, an MPH, and a PhD both from Texila American University. He is a member of the International Society of Substance Use Professionals and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health in the UK. He authored two books: "The Unseen Terrorist," published by AuthorHouse UK, and "The Night Before I Killed Addiction."
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