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What is krokodil (desomorphine)?
Desomorphine, known by the street name krokodil, is an opioid derivative of codeine. Like heroin and other opioids, it has a sedative and analgesic effect and is highly addictive. Those who inject these caustic agents into their veins can develop extreme skin ulcerations, infections, and gangrene — a discolored (green, grey, black) scale-like skin that resembles a crocodile, hence the street name “krokodil”. Krokodil is also called “Russian Magic”, referring to its short duration of opioid intoxication (euphoria).Buy Krokodil online
Krokodil is reported to contain desomorphine, a synthetic morphine analog synthesized in the 1930s. Due to illicit, home-based manufacturing, it may contain other unknown ingredients. It is typically abused via the intravenous (IV) route. Desomorphine is a Schedule I substance in the U.S., meaning it has a high abuse potential with no accepted medical use.
Krokodil also refers to chlorocodide, a codeine derivative in the synthetic path to desomorphine. Homemade versions of the drug start with codeine, and can be ‘cooked’ similar to illicit methamphetamine (“meth”) production. Organic solvents such as gasoline, paint thinner, or lighter fluid, iodine, hydrochloric acid, and red phosphorus (from matches) are used in homemade synthesis. These dangerous chemicals are not always fully “cooked” out of the concoction when used to make illicit krokodil. Buy Krokodil online
What Makes it Deadly?
Users who start taking krokodil rarely live longer than a few more years. Desomorphine produced on the streets with dangerous chemicals is hardly pure. Toxic substances are left in the mixture and lead to a host of severe health problems. The name krokodil (Russian for crocodile) comes from the fact that the drug can cause gangrene, abscesses, and flesh rotting to the bone. The scaly, peeling skin resembles the skin of a crocodile. After continued use, the flesh, veins, and organs of a krokodil user begin to fail, eventually leading to medical complications and death.