Yes. Naltrexone is FDA approved for the treatment of opioid addiction but there are additional considerations that must be made. Opioid recovery should be managed by a medical caregiver who has training and experience in treating opioid addiction. The naltrexone implant used in the BioCorRx Recovery Program has been used successfully for many years by doctors in Australia to treat opioid addiction. BioCorRx does not render medical advice or make medical decisions in this regard. An independent prescribing doctor may deem he long-lasting compounded naltrexone implant as a safe and appropriate treatment for his patient in opioid recovery. Most doctors require that patients be at least 7 to 10 days opioid-free before receiving any type of naltrexone treatment. Please speak to a licensed physician about naltrexone use to opioid addiction treatment. There are associated risks if you attempt to abuse narcotics while on naltrexone. There is a life threatening risk of overdose if you attempt to overcome the antagonist properties of naltrexone. Furthermore, tolerance is dramatically lower after just a short time of opioid abstinence, so once the naltrexone implant has dissolved and is no longer providing effective levels in the serum, there is significantly higher risk of fatal drug overdose if relapse.