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Codeine - House Wiki

10/18/2014
06:34 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Codeine wikipedia
Codeine - House Wiki

Codeine is an opium derivative that is rather similar to morphine in actions, uses.

It is readily absorbed by the digestive tract and takes about fifteen to thirty minutes to begin working.

Codeine is contraindicated for patients with asthma, head injury, liver dysfunction and hypothyroidism, amongst others. Common side effects include dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, constipation and pruritus, or itching. There are three especially dangerous possible side effects: severe respiratory depression, circulatory collapse and anaphylactoid reactions. Codeine at Wikipedia.

The analgesic potency of codeine is about one-sixth of that of morphine and its antitussive, or cough suppressing, activity is less than half of morphine. Because of these reasons, codeine is only used for mild to moderay severe pain in addition to being used for the suppression of coughing, especially nonproductive coughs.

Codeine is an opium derivative that is rather similar to morphine in actions, uses, contraindications, precautions and adverse reactions. When given in the same dosage as morphine, the respiratory depression is the same, but orally administered codeine is about 60% of the potency of the parenteral, or not by mouth, version unlike morphine, which is potent in both methods of delivery. It causes more histamine release than morphine which may result in low blood pressure, flushing and sometimes constriction of the bronchi of the lungs.

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Codeine on Sub Pop Records

12/17/2014
04:08 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

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Codeine on Sub Pop Records

Wikipedia: Codeine From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Codeine is an American indie rock/slowcore band formed in 1989 by members Stephen Immerwahr.

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Definition: Codeine has been medically proven to soothe depression by submerging the user in a state of calm.

Codeine released their first album Frigid Stars on the German label Glitterhouse in 1990. The album was released on Sub Pop the following year.

Codeine is an American indie rock/ slowcore band formed in 1989 by members Stephen Immerwahr (vocal, bass), Chris Brokaw (drums), and John Engle (guitar). Codeine pioneered the slowcore and sadcore subgenres of indie rock, but with a more experimental attitude than other bands in the genre, such as Low, Idaho and Red House Painters. The band’s original tone, marked by slow tempos, Immerwahr’s nasal and apathic vocals, and Engle’s ringing ecaster, did not evolve much during their career.

Codeine’s next and final release was the full-length album The White Birch, released in 1994. David Grubbs also participated on the album. After this release the band broke up. Stephen Immerwahr has since then been playing with the band Raymond, while Douglas Scharin continued in June of 44 and later HiM (a post-rock band from New York).

The most current Codeine updates can be found @ Wikipedia. This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article ‘Codeine’ Codeine Barely Real June 30, 1993.

Wikipedia: Codeine From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Brokaw left the band after the release of Barely Real to play full-time with his other band Come. He was replaced by Douglas Scharin of the band Rex.

Their second release, the short album Barely Real was issued in 1992. Immerwahr rejected several of the songs after the recording session. Some of these songs would be re-recorded for the final album. The song W. is a solo performance on piano by David Grubbs (of Bastro, Squirrel Bait and Gastr del Sol). A somewhat different full-band version of the song appears on Codeine’s next album, but titled Wird.

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Codeine (CHEBI16714) - European Bioinformatics Institute

10/16/2014
02:38 | Author: Alex Watson

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Codeine (CHEBI16714) - European Bioinformatics Institute

Definition, Codeine is an alkaloid found in the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum var. album; has analgesic, anti-tussive and Waiting for wikipedia content.

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Codeine - PsychonautWiki

8/15/2014
12:04 | Author: Emily Peterson

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Codeine - PsychonautWiki

Codeine or 3-methylmorphine (a naturally occurring methylated morphine) is an . Codeine (Wikipedia) · Codeine (Erowid) · Extraction of opioids from painkiller.

The active metabolites of codeine, notably morphine, exert their effects by binding to and activating the μ-opioid receptor. These appear to mimic endogenous endorphins. Endorphins are responsible for analgesia (reducing pain), causing sleepiness, and feelings of pleasure. They can be released in response to pain, strenuous exercise, orgasm, or excitement. This mimicking of natural endorphins results in the drug's euphoric, analgesic (pain relief), and anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects.

Codeine or 3-methylmorphine (a naturally occurring methylated morphine) is an opiate used for its analgesic, antitussive, antidiarrheal, antihypertensive, anxiolytic, antidepressant, sedative and hypnotic properties.

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FileCodein - Codeine.svg - Wikimedia Commons

6/14/2014
02:10 | Author: Alex Watson

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