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is there any reason ora-plus would not be good to use for titration?


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I see that it is mentioned a couple times in the history of this forum, but no one who really used it (that i found).

 

it's got a mixture of chemicals... but it seems like the easiest titration, wondering if there is a reason that people don't use it - that anyone knows of?

 

btw, I chose it as an option because I don't use milk, and I have 1mg clonazepam only for my taper.  so i need to be able to get SMALL cuts out of a SMALL pill.

 

just wondering...

thanks

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Well, I think it's what the compounding pharmacies use when they make a suspension. If not, then it's something very similar. I had a compounded liquid myself and I wish I'd had it from the beginning; it worked super well.

 

I was unable to find the Ora-plus in the US on my own though, which was why I opted to use a pharmacy. Maybe you'll have better luck.

 

It probably has artificial sweeteners in it though. Make sure to check the ingredients. I didn't find my liquid bothered me at all, but I was on a low dose by that point.

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yes, princezz, It is used by some pharmacies for compounds.  I'm happy to hear that you had a good experience with it.

I have it ordered through the mail, so I haven't received it yet.

 

It's seems more widely available now.  Amazon sells it and a couple of pharmacies sell it near me for a lower price.

 

If people are reading this want to look, check under "compounding pharmacies".  Be warned though, when asking advice (as I did) many of the pharmacists feel their compounding techniques, measures and amounts are "trade secrets".  Some are very happy to share, so just look around.

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