The chemicals in Suboxone are harder to flush out than usual, but drinking alcohol helps. Suboxone and alcohol is not a dangerous mix. IF you're trying to get high this is the only way to do it without wasting your money on extra opiates (because you will need about double if not more your average dose to get high on Suboxone).1. On the day you took Suboxone, drink alcohol, enough to get really drunk but not puking because that may be dangerous. Use logic on how much you can handle without getting sick. Alcohol flushes a system nicely.2. Drink a lot of water the next day, which you should anyways because alcohol makes you dehydrated as hell. Also drink tea with antioxidants. They flush the system slightly, or anything with Niacin (like Propel water).3. Wait at least 40 hours which means if you took Suboxone say on Friday morning, you drink that night, are sober for all of Saturday drinking water constantly, You might be able to get high during the middle of the day on Sunday. Hope this helps.
There is no quick solution. You have to wait it out until it clears your system.
Suboxone will not cause you to fail a drug test if that's what you're worried about. It only shows up if they test for it specifically & most don't. Nothing can get Suboxone out of your system any quicker anyway.
You cannot flush suboxone out of your system. You have to wait it out. It has a "half life" which means half of what you took will come out every 36 hours.