Methadone Street Names

Methadone street namesMethadone is a legal prescription drug used to help diminish the severity of symptoms of withdrawal from drugs such as heroin. Often, users may become addicted to methadone because of its opiate properties. An addict may resort to illegal ways of obtaining methadone in order to continue feeding the addiction. Some common street names for methadone are as follows:

  • Methadose
  • Dollies
  • Dolls
  • Done
  • Meth
  • Phy
  • Junk
  • Metho
  • Jungle Juice
  • Fizzies
  • Amidone
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Maria
  • Pastora
  • Salvia
  • Wafer
  • Juice

Street Names for Drug Use

There are plenty of slang terms that pertain to drug use. Knowing some of them may help family members and friends determine if a loved one is possibly a drug user. Methadone addicts, as well as any other drug users, may mention the following terms:

      • A-boot: Under the influence of drugs
      • Agonies: Withdrawal symptoms
      • Pharming: Consuming a mixture of prescription substances
      • Tweak Mission: On a mission to find crack
      • Paper Bag: Container for drugs
      • Sam: Federal narcotics agent
      • Author: Doctor who writes illegal prescriptions
      • Honeymoon: Early stages of drug use before addiction
      • Miss: To inject a drug
      • Hype Stick: Hypodermic needle
      • Piggybacking: Simultaneous injecting of two different drugs

Methadone Addiction Help

If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction to methadone, please know there is help available. Call the toll free number at 1 (888) 838-8386 to speak with someone about treatment options.