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General Information

Classification: Opiate/Downer/Sedative/Painkiller/SNRI/Reuptake inhibitor of serotonin and of norepinephrine


  • 150mg-200mg (No tolerance)
  • 200mg-250mg (Medium-High tolerance)
  • 300mg-400mg (Very High tolerance, WARNING: Seizure threshold is DANGEROUSLY lowered at this point)
  • 400mg+ (Extremely High tolerance, potentially fatal for new users WARNING: Seizure threshold is DANGEROUSLY lowered at this point)


  • Oral: 1-2 hours

Peak Benefit:

  • Oral: 3-4 hours


  • Long onset, slowly building to a peak by hour 4 with maximum blood concnetration acheived near hour 4.5
  • Half-life: 5.5-7 hours


  • Alcohol
  • Other CNS depressants

The following products may react negatively with oxycodone and may cause overdose if mixed together.

  • Alcohol
  • Diphenhydramine


  • Tramadol effects serotonin levels in the brain. For this reason it is reccomended to taper on, and taper off use. This drug has very little potential for abuse, due to it being a WEAK opiate agonist.


Do not drive or operate machinery while under the influence of tramadol.


  • Euphoria
  • Painfree
  • Overall feeling of contentedness


  • Itching


Some users may experience

  • Nausea
  • Constipation
  • CNS depression
  • Drowsiness
  • hot/cold flashes
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting
  • Urinary retention (difficulty urinating)

In high doses, overdoses, or in patients not tolerant to opiates, tramadol can cause shallow breathing, bradycardia, cold-clammy skin, apnea, hypotension, miosis, circulatory collapse, respiratory arrest, and death.

Harm Reduction

Don't take any more tramadol than you are prescribed.

Do not consume alcohol or other drugs while under the influence of Tramadol