heroin nashon oliver

HEROIN: a highly addictive analgesic drug derived from morphine, often used illicitly as a narcotic producing euphoria

DRUG CLASS: drugs currently not accepted medical use a high potential drug abuse

IS THEDRUG ILLEGAL: yes heroin is illegal

SLANG: its called smack, brown sugar and dope

WHAT TYE OF DRUG IS IT: it is both synthetic and organic

WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE: it look like flour at first but the it turns into liquid

they would take a spoon an put the heroin and lite it up and it would melt

HOW IS IT USED: it is boiled and put into a needle that inserted into you arm

ADDICTION: one you stop using an sudden urge would come back to do it again

WHAT ARE THE AFFECTS IT HAS ON THE BODY:Once heroin enters the brain, it is converted to morphine and binds rapidly to opioid receptors.11 Abusers typically report feeling a surge of pleasurable sensation—a “rush.” The intensity of the rush is a function of how much drug is taken and how rapidly the drug enters the brain and binds to the opioid receptors. With heroin, the rush is usually accompanied by a warm flushing of the skin, dry mouth, and a heavy feeling in the extremities, which may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and severe itching.

WHAT DOES IT DO TO THE BRAIN:Slowed breathing can also lead to coma and permanent brain damage.

Just after I'd shoot up, I'd get an amazing rush. I'd be on top of the world. Once the high really set in, my mind would get slow and fuzzy. It'd feel like I was sinking into the floor. I'd forget if I was asleep or awake, and time just passed me by. I got hooked quick.

HOW ARE COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BUY IT: they are affected by it because people that are selling it are bringing that stuff around kids and getting them hooked

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