10 Craziest Drugs

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+5 1. Geekster (admin) commented 5 years ago

Remember kids, drugs are evil :D
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+3 2. abledfire commented 5 years ago

Quick note - Freon is not what is used, it is the aerosol inside. The cheaper, and identically strong version is to use compressed air. Please, I beg of you, nobody even try it. I lost a brother because of it, and would hate for it to happen to anyone else. If you notice a friend or family member going through compressed air faster than you would think normal, contact emergency services (if required) or take them to see a psychiatrist or councilor. -This has been a PSA by Abledfire-
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+7 3. fishy commented 5 years ago

They said that Etorphine was 3000 x stronger than Morphine and 5000 x stronger than Heroin.
But Heroin is a stronger derivative of Morphine. I think they might have mixed up the numbers.
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+5 4. loadrunner commented 5 years ago

#3 Yes Heroine is 5 times more potent than Morphine ,Etorphine has a potency 1000-3000 times Morphine. But there is a stronger drug. Carfentanil, it is even more potent than Etorphine.
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0 5. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

I'm suddenly a little concerned that I am sharing this site with a load of druggies, you all seem to know a little too much about this for my liking I'm off Bye (i)
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+4 6. BiMezo commented 5 years ago

I don't understand from where do they get some information.
Krokodil was not synthesized in Russia in 1930s.

"Since the beginning of 2011, we have noticed a dramatic increase in the number of reports on the phe-nomenon “Krokodil,” “crocodile,” “Krok,” or “Croc” in print or the screen media and throughout the World Wide Web. In the context of investigative journalism, most arti-cles use the term “Krokodil” to describe a presumably new drug that would have originated in Russia and has already arrived in Germany, but not in other European countries. According to such reports, “Krokodil” is the “drug that eats junkies” (Walker, 2011) or that it is “Russia’s deadly designer drug” (Shuster, 2011), but no scientific commen-tary on this phenomenon appears to be available.

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The latter articles invariably claim that the psychoactive core agent of “Krokodil” is desomorphine, even if qualitative chemical analyses of substances available to drug users under the name “Krokodil” do not appear to exist.

Desomorphine (C17H21NO2, Dihydrodesoxymorphine) was synthesized in 1932 in the USA (Small, Yuen, & Eilers, 1933) with the intention of providing an alternative to morphine in terms of tolerance, addiction properties, and improved side-effect profile (Eddy & Howes, 1935). However, desomorphine fell short of these expectations. Quite the contrary, it even showed an increased dependence potential compared to morphine (Casy & Parfitt, 1986; Janssen, 1962; Sargent & May, 1970)."

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/233938321_Desomorphine_Goes_Crocodile
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+3 7. bndbnd commented 5 years ago

Drugs you never heard of - would you ever thought that not being a drugs consumer, I might not know some drugs or drugs at all to begin with?
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0 8. joeman commented 5 years ago

Man, too much for me...
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0 9. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Fascinating substances introduced in this video, although the scopolamine transdermal patch is a common drug in the medical field.