Codeine keara mcgilvery

Codeine is a narcotic that treats pain and cough. Using this drug you will need a prescription Codeine is an opiate /narcotic analgesic that is typically used to reduce coughing or to relieve mild or moderate pain. It's often used in combination with other medications. However, codeine can have harmful interactions with many substances, For an example sprite, alcohol and candy like jolly ranchers and even lemons.

A codeine overdose can be fatal, especially in a child or other person using the medicine without a prescription. Overdose symptoms may include slow breathing and heart rate, severe drowsiness, muscle weakness, cold and clammy skin, pinpoint pupils, and fainting.
Long term effects of codeine are Itching, nausea, vomiting, high blood pressure, constipation, liver damage and stomach ulcers may also occur. As with other opiate-based painkillers, chronic use of codeine can cause physical dependence, so withdrawal symptoms may occur if a person suddenly stops taking it.
Too much codeine is if people take 500 – 1000mg of Codeine, it could kill them. The usual prescribed dose for adults is 15 – 60mg around 4 times daily. Since Codeine becomes morphine in the human system, an overdose of Codeine could lead to a heart attack and death.
Codeine has been around since 1970s.
Speaker Knockerz was a rapper who died from drinking too much lean (Codeine) . He was found dead in his house because of an heart attack. This happened because the two active ingredients Codeine & Promethean are Central Nervous System Depressants, meaning they both slow your breathing, which is why people feel that “good feeling” or that euphoria.” Smoking heroin will kill as easy as drinking too much lean, just slows your breathing that much your heart can stop.
codeine is an addictive drug with many symptoms of use in common with other opiates. The road to addiction to codeine usually starts with an increasing tolerance to the drug.

codeine activates the dopamine pathway which gives the brain a huge rush of the pleasure chemicals.

In 1804, a German pharmacist discovered how to isolate morphine from opium, which gave rise to the discovery in 1832 of codeine by Pierre Robiquet, a French chemist. The name, “codeine” comes from the Greek word that refers to the head of the poppy plant.

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