Definitions for "methadone"
a narcotic drug similar to morphine but less habit-forming; used in treating heroin addiction.
Methadone is an addictive, synthetic, long-acting drug form, which blocks the euphoric effects of heroin. It is orally administered and, in Canada, available only in powdered form, which is usually mixed with juice. According to numerous scientific studies, methadone minimises adverse physical, psychological, social and criminal effects associated with heroin addiction. It can be prescribed only by a qualified physician; there are more than 800 physicians across Canada who are licensed to administer methadone, including several on contract with the Correctional Service of Canada.
an addictive synthetic narcotic and painkiller used instead of morphine and administered in drug treatment for heroin addicts.
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