ratherbeintobago - Member
Don't drive on them. Your insurance will not be valid if you hit something/someone.
and you'd be prosecuted for driving under the influence of drugs if the plod found out.
Works well as a painkiller though.
BNF lists "impaired consciousness; excessive bronchial secretions; not suitable as a substitute in opioid-dependent patients" as cautions, and "diarrhoea; fatigue; less commonly retching, gastritis, and flatulence; rarely anorexia, syncope, hypertension, bronchospasm, dyspnoea, wheezing, seizures, paraesthesia, and muscle weakness; blood disorders also reported" as side effects.