Desomorphine/Krokodil

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Desomorphine (aka Krokodil) is a home-made, extremely cheap heroin substitute that is becoming widely popular in Russia. "The drug that eats junkies" literally eats at the flesh. Addicts will usually die within 1-2 years.

Seriously, Don't Use Krokodil

Desomorphine/krikidile

Desomorphine/krikidile

Info to Go: Desomorphine (Krokodil) Rack

This Info to Go card is a handy tool for explaining all the damage that homemade desomorphine, also known as krokodil, can do. It covers how the drug's used as well as the severity of its physical side effects.

Ever since 2002, a new drug has hit the market, and it has brought in front some new challenges. Named krokodil drug, desomorphine or the crocodile drug, this is known to be one of the most damaging drugs in the intire world.At its core, the krokodil drug is a derivative of codeine. It shares a...

Ever since a new drug has hit the market, and it has brought in front some new challenges. Named krokodil drug, desomorphine or the crocodile drug, this is known to be one of the most damaging drugs out there&

Russia’s Flesh-Eating Drug Krokodil Has Arrived In The U.S. And Here’s Why That Should Scare You Krokodil” is a street version of the drug desomorphine. It is a toxic mix of codeine, iodine, and red phosphorus that produces a high similar to that of heroin, but much shorter.

Russia's Flesh-Eating Drug Krokodil Has Arrived In The U.S. And Here's Why That Should Scare You

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What is “Krokodil”(Desomorphine) ?

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Desomorphine | Chemistry World

From potential painkiller to kitchen-cooked heroin replacement, Nate Adams tracks the history of desomorphine

Chemical structure for Desomorphine

Chemical structure for Desomorphine

A TERRIFYING DRUG: KROKODIL Russia is in the headlines for their election tampering in the U.S., but something that has been swept under the rug is their drug use. The most devastating of these drugs is desomorphine, also known as krokodil. It’s a street drug that is somewhat common in Russia. It’s also an opioid, which is actually tearing apart many American families right now.

A Terrifying Drug: Krokodil - Chapters Capistrano

Know someone struggling with Desomorphine addiction and the Krokodil drug effects? Let White Sands Treatment Center help - call us today at 877.556.9584

Know someone struggling with Desomorphine addiction and the Krokodil drug effects? Let White Sands Treatment Center help - call us today at

Skakes - Desomorphine

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In the vast pharmacopeia of illegal street drugs, few have as heinous a reputation as desomorphine, popularly known as crocodile or "krokodil." An opiate that's chemically related to morphine and heroin, krokodil earned its name in two ways: Addicts develop dark, scaly lesions on their skin, and the drug tends to eat its victims alive, like a crocodile.

Deadly Flesh-Eating Drug Arrives in US

What was wrong with all the other bloody drugs on the market that they gotta keep comin up with scarier mixes? All I can say is I hope to high hell my children steer clear of drugs.

http://deepcor.com/news/28/krokodil-prescription-pills-and-the-silent-epidemic Desomorphine has recently hit American streets, but how big of a problem is it? #deepcor #news #article #desomorphine

What Heroin Addiction Tells Us About Changing Habits. Sure, you resolve to exercise more, but somehow it never happens. It could be that your environment is sabotaging you, psychologists say. A famous study about heroin and the Vietnam War explains how.

Desomorphine Will Literally Eat Your Flesh

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Flesh-rotting ‘krokodil’ drug makes it to US, ‘frightens’ Arizona medics. (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC PHOTOS)

Flesh-rotting ‘krokodil’ drug makes it to US, ‘frightens’ Arizona medics

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