Street Names For OxyContin (Oxycodone)

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D. on April 26, 2021

OxyContin (oxycodone) is a powerful opioid painkiller, and referred to by a number of various street names.

Common OxyContin Street Names

OxyContin is known by several different street names.

Many of these street names are in reference to the milligrams of oxycodone contained in the pill, or the color of the pill.

Both the brand name and generic (oxycodone) form of this drug have the same imprint, and the color identifies the dosage of oxycodone in the pill.

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Popular Street Names For OxyContin

OxyContin is most often abused recreationally because the drug causes an intense high that produces euphoria and immense feelings of relaxation and calmness.

Street names for OxyContin:

  • oxycotton
  • oxy
  • ox
  • O.C.
  • roxy
  • hillbilly heroin
  • mujeres
  • muchachas
  • beans
  • blues
  • greens
  • greenies
  • whites
  • rims
  • tires
  • buttons
  • cotton
  • kickers
  • killers
  • 30s
  • 40s
  • 80s

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