Morphine by:jordan graves

Morphine is a narcotic it is used to treat severe pain.

On the street morphine is usually called mister blue or morpho,dreamer and most commonly god's drug. Morphine is a opioid and it usually is a clear liquid and contained in glass bottles.Morphine is used when a woman is giving birth and when someone has broken a bone or when a person has excruciating pain.This drug has been around since the 18th century.It was bought from the Europeans by the British so they could pay their debt to the Chinese.it was so addictive that the emperor of china said that all trade with Opioids in china had to stop. this caused a fight and the Chinese lost so the trade continued.

Some effects are...

  • Dry mouth(short term)
  • blurred vision
  • bulging soft spot on the head of an infant(long term)
  • burning, crawling, itching, numbness, prickling, "pins and needles", or tingling feelings(short term)
  • change in the ability to see colors, especially blue or yellow(long term)
  • chest pain or discomfort
  • confusion
  • cough(long term)
  • decreased urination(long term)
  • dizziness, faintness, or lightheadedness when getting up suddenly from a lying or sitting position(short term)
  • fainting (short term)
  • fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat or pulse(short term)

Morphine specifically targets the central nervous system. it should only be used for medical purposes. The drug is legal unless it is used for other reasons than medicine that ,makes it illegal.

this is a story about a wife and her son and husband from

http://www.drug-addiction-support.org/Morphine-Abuse-Stories.html

"The group session on spirituality was just wrapping up when one of the staffers opened the door and asked “Are you almost finished?” For Janice, one of four women in the group, it was time to go home. She had finished a five-day stay at the residential Prescription and alcohol treatment center, and this day, as she put it, was “graduation day.”

Out in the lobby, her husband and pre-teen son waited. Now if my wife had been in treatment and was getting to go back home, I’d be excited. A big part of my life would have been missing, but in his case, the expression on his face told the whole story. Words can’t express the look. “OK, it’s time to take the addict home.” The son sat in a chair, head down, and when his mother came out, he didn’t seem at all enthusiastic about seeing her. In a moment, the family situation became very clear.

Morphine Abuse tears up families, as those watching their loved one struggle with the disease will bear the emotional scars long after the addiction is under control. What might have been concern for the addict at one point in time sadly can turn to anger and resentment. It’s a kind of “Look what you’ve done to us” mentality and nobody has to say anything. You can read it immediately. The family goes down the addiction path too, playing their roles."

Drugs are bad because they effect your body in ways that people think feel good but hurts their brain and body. Drugs tear families apart and kill people it should only be used for medicine not for the sensation.

all of my information came from these websites ...

  • google.com
  • newsmedical.net
  • drug.addictionblog.org
  • drug.addictionsupport.org

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Created with images by ** RCB ** - "It was good enough for my grandpa"

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