There's a drug that's spreading in popularity called "Krokodil," and it's absolutely terrifying. It's an injectable drug that gives you scaly, reptile-like skin. Get a bad batch, and it rots your body from the inside out. Laci Green explains why people would dare take it, and details it's alarming list of ingredients.
"Desomorphine (Dihydrodesoxymorphine) is an opiate analogue invented in 1932 in the United States that is a derivative of morphine, though more potent."
Breaking worse: The emergence of krokodil and excessive injuries among people who inject drugs in Eurasia
Watch Krokodil Addicts Discuss the Flesh-Eating Drug's Horrifying Effects
"In this Chicago Sun Times video, Amber Neitzel, 26, a drug addict from Joliet, Illinois, showed off one of her sore-covered legs, a gruesome effect of Krokodil, a drug popularized in Russia that's similar to heroin and made up of an injectable combo of paint thinner, gasoline, and codeine."
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