Desomorphine, known as ‘krokodil’ is a synthetic opiate that can be readily synthesised from codeine and a few other ingredients. — Reuters picMOSCOW, Feb 21 — Desomorphine, known as “krokodil” for the scaly, peeling skin it produces in its users, is a synthetic opiate that can be readily synthesised from codeine and a few other ingredients.
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2013 Arrest Stats for the Harrison County Street Crimes and Drug Unit
Two illegal drug which have received a lot of media attention have NOT been encountered by the SCAD Unit in Harrison County; the drugs Molly (a purer form of "ecstasy" or MDMA) and “Krokdil” or Desomorphine (dihydrodesoxymorphine, Permonid) a …
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As the Krokodil drug cases in the US have been confirmed by Mexico, the American Journal of Medicine has published an article about the fleshing eating “zombie” drug.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, when it comes to Krokodil drug cases in the US there is some controversy, with some claiming it’s mostly media hype and not … Read the rest of this story