- Clinically proven
- Easy to administer
- Quick acting
- Long lasting
This medication reverses the devastating effects of an opioid overdose by blocking the opioid receptors in the brain. This is why it is called an opioid antagonist. It also prevents the person from overdosing again for a short while after it’s been initially administered.
It comes in two forms:
So, with that in mind, why wouldn’t you be willing to carry this tiny, lifesaving intervention?
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