Heroin is a powerful opioid drug that's made from morphine, which is a substance that occurs naturally in the Asian opium poppy plant. The naturally occurring gummy-like substance is extracted from the poppy seedpods then processed into heroin.
Heroin is an illegal drug manufactured in clandestine labs and highly attainable.
Forms of Heroin White heroin (powder) is the purest form of the...
To the uninitiated, getting off heroin can seem like the most difficult thing a person could ever do, but longtime addicts know better.
Those experienced former addicts know that recovering from heroin addiction is a lifelong struggle, not a short-term project that can be completed and forgotten.
Another thing those former addicts know is that avoiding relapses can be even harder than...
Heroin, bought by users illegally, is a highly addictive drug that can be smoked, snorted, or injected. Heroin abuse and addiction can cause harmful psychological and physical effects on a person, even fatal consequences. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, from 2002 to 2011, the number of drug poisoning deaths involving heroin doubled, from 2,089 deaths in 2002 to 4,397...Read Full Article
One of the most important things for you to consider when it comes to drug abuse and substance abuse is that each type of drug addiction requires a different type of recovery or help. What this means is that if you are addicted to marijuana, an opiate drug rehab program is not going to deliver the results that you seek. If you are addicted to an opiate drug, then finding help from a marijuana or...Read Full Article
An opiate that's gaining popularity among many narcotic drug users may be an alternative choice they'll soon regret. Heroin is already the most abused opiate and the number of users will continue to grow because it's cheap and one of the easiest illegal street drugs to get anymore. Even though opiate painkillers are extremely addictive when they're abused, users have no clue what they're getting...Read Full Article
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