What is Watson 3202?
Watson 3202, sometimes referred to 3202 Watson or the Watson 3202 pill, is not that IBM computer that kicks ass at Jeopardy. Watson 3202 is a Hydrocodone/APAP pill manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals. They also manufacture other popular pills; Watson, 3203, Watson 824, Watson 749, etc. The Watson 3202 pill, the Watson 749 pill and the Watson 824 pill are all opioids—the basis of pharmaceutical drugs like OxyContin, Percocet and Vicodin. Opium is also the base of the street drug heroin.
Watson 3202 effects
The effects of watson 3202 can be similar to the effects of marijuana—causing a profound euphoria or a feeling of being “high.” That’s probably how the term “Watson 3202 high” evolved. How High? Well that depends on the Watson 3202 strength.
Watson 3202 has medical value, just like marijuana. It can be used to treat pain and relieve rheumatoid arthritis. However, unlike marijuana the watson 32032 white pill is completely synthetic. And it can cause a whole host of issues commonly treated by cannabis—sleep disorders, intestinal disorders like nausea, diarrhea and things like loss of appetite and headaches are common. Big pharma often pushes patients take drugs like Watson 3202 or Watson 749 and others like OxyContin and Vicodin to treat pain instead of cannabis for profit. Hopefully as marijuana laws relax and it becomes more widely available all that will change.
There are plenty of sites online that will help you identify pills. The Watson drugs are somewhat easy because they’re somewhat color coded. The one we’re discussing is identified as the Watson 3202 pink speckles because of it’s speckled appearance.
Like vicodin, Watson 3202 and Watson 749 are hydrocodone products. Watson 3202 has 325 mg of Acetaminophen aka Tylenol and 5 mg of hydrocodone. Regular strength vicodin is 5 hydrocodone and 500 acetaminophin and norco, a generic form of Vicodin is 10/325. It’s important to note the amount of Tylenol in these drugs. One of the most common accidental drug overdoses is from Tylenol (acetaminophin) which can cause liver problems that not be reversible.
Watson 3202 is not Stuff Stoners Like
It’s dangerous for pregnant women to use Watson 3202. And the drug has a high potential for abuse. Unlike weed, however, the drug has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States or a currently accepted medical use with severe restrictions. However abuse of Watson 3202 may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence. And there’s a list of side effects of Watson 3202 a mile long, everything from dizziness and lightheadedness, to bloody or cloudy urine, to stopping of the heart. Not good.
No matter how you slice it cheap synthetic pain-killers like Watson 3202, Watson 749 or AN 627 cause a ton of unwanted, negative side-effects. So as soon as marijuana is legal and accessible to the masses drugs like these will become obsolete.
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