Can Naltrexone produce euphoria?

Naltrexon blocks opioid receptors which, simple speaking, means that it blocks the euphoric effect. There cannot be no Naltrexone high and if you take it without detoxing from opioids it will induce withdrawal symptoms far worse than what is considered to be normal (although “normal” still means severe)

The confusion about Naltrexone “high” comes from the use of Suboxone which is falsely believed to contain naltrexone (it in fact contains Naloxone – small difference, but difference nevertheless) but even so, it is the buprenophrine part of Suboxon that can produce the “high”.

There is no benefit of abusing Naltrexone, it is not psychoactive and therefore not a controlled substance.