Citation: Pasha69. "Tramadol Use in Lithuania: An Experience with Tramadol (Ultram) (exp3631)". Erowid.org. Nov 21, 2000. erowid.org/exp/3631
Tramadol (tramadol hydrochloride)
A lot of people in my country (Lithuania) enjoy a new drug, easily available in pharmacy stores without any problems. Personally, I don't like it because it produces a kind of state which you can experience on opiates. I am not an opiate fan; I better smoke weed or eat some shrooms. But still, there are several reasons why this drug is so extremely popular here:
1. It is a very cheap way to get high (a pack of 20 pills, containing 50mg of the substance per pill costs only 2$)
2. It can be used (and of course is used) by opiate users as a substituting drug when heroin (also a very popular drug here) is not available. But Tramadol is addictive, I think it is more mentally addictive than physically, personally I know a number of people who can not live a day without this shit.
3. It is legal and sold even for children.
4. People are stupid enough to take it regularly.
Thats it, thanks for reading.
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