No, not presently. Suboxone and Subutex are the only Buprenorphine based medications that can be prescribed or dispensed for this indication outside the Opiate Treatment Program setting.
Off Label (Black Label) drugs are medications that physicians use for two or more separate conditions other than their intended use. One use is the FDA recommended use and the other condition is not FDA recommended. However physicians on rare occasions do treat clients with FDA approved medications for conditions other than their FDA recommended use.
An excellent example of an off label medication is Rifaximin which is currently prescribed off label to treat hepatic encephalopathy. Rifaximin’s current FDA recommended use is for the treatment of traveler’s diarrhea caused by E. coli.
Encephalopathy means brain disorder. Hepatic encephalopathy is a brain disorder caused by elevated ammonia levels in the blood. The condition creates subtle personality changes, confusion, lethargy, involuntary twitching and tremors.
E. coli is short for Escherichia coli bacterium and is usually found in the lower intestines of warm blooded organisms. E coli is mostly harmless bacterium but some specialized serotypes can cause serious food poisoning which can be fatal.