The miscibility of phosphatidylserine, phosphatidylcholine, and cholesterol in monolayers were studied. The influence of sodium and calcium ions in this system was determined. The compression isotherms of mixed monolayers of the above cited three components spread on subphases containing opiate molecules are elucidated. Moreover, the penetration kinetics of opiate molecules in these mixed monolayers was also recorded. The results show that the presence of cholesterol always lowers the penetration of opioid molecules; this effect is weaken for meperidine, the most hydrophobic of the molecules assayed.