Butorphanol is a pain medicine that is available in a spray form, it is prescribed to relieve moderate or severe pain. It effects the central nervous system and is commonly used in the treatment and management of migraines, as a general anesthesia, during labor pain, and in veterinary medicine.

Long-term Butorphanol users may experience withdrawal symptoms due to physical or mental dependence and drug addiction. The severity and length of withdrawal symptoms are dependent on the length and amount of butorphanol your body is used to. Withdrawal symptoms include anxious feeling, diarrhea, nervousness, and restlessness.

Butorphanol is the generic term brand or trade names include: Moradol, Beforal, Stadol, Stadol NS, Butophic, Dolorex, Morphason, Torbugesic, and Torbutrol.