Krokodil: What is it?

What Is Krokodil
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What Is Krokodil?

People often want to know what is the krokodil drug and we’re here to explain it to you. It is a synthetic opioid developed by Roche and has super fast acting effects of sedation and analgesia and is very powerful. For those that don’t know, analgesia is a painkiller. Desomorphine is basically a synthetic heroin.

It reached epidemic proportions in Russia where the drug gained its popularity. While it has made it to America, it isn’t as huge an outbreak as many feared due to the high risks involved with the drug. It has the effects of morphine multiplied many times over and is taken via a shot.

What is in krokodil?

The main ingredient for people making krokodil is codeine. They then mix that with household chemicals like paint thinner and gasoline. While this would turn off most people right there, it’s not a deterrent enough for those willing to try Desomorphine.

Krokodil Pictures and Krokodil Effects

Krokodil has a high risk for addiction and other adverse effects. You can develop extreme skin ulcerations, infections, and even gangrene. Essentially it turns your skin greenish and scales like, which is how it gets the name krokodil because your skin will look like a crocodile.

It is said to be 3 times as toxic as morphine and 10 to 15 times stronger. It has a short duration of a high which makes most users frequently use it, upping the toxic chemicals in their body compared to other drugs like heroin. The biggest issues seen are vein damage, soft tissue infections, necrosis, and gangrene. The soft tissue infections occur quite rapidly with little use. Many people have had to have amputations that used desomorphine.

The other krokodil side effects are listed as:

  • Blood vessel damage (thrombophlebitis)
  • Open ulcers, gangrene
  • Skin and soft tissue infections
  • Need for skin grafts and surgery
  • Limb amputations
  • Pneumonia
  • Blood poisoning
  • Meningitis
  • Rotting gums or tooth loss
  • Blood-borne virus transmission (HIV and HCV due to needle sharing)
  • Bone infections (osteomyelitis) and osteonecrosis
  • Speech and motor skills impairment
  • Memory loss and impaired concentration
  • Liver and kidney damage
  • Overdose
  • Powerful respiratory depressant effect
  • Death

You can see these pictures showing some of the side effects in real life below, although we left out the way more extreme ones. Even these are difficult to look at.

Other Names For Krokodil

Krokodil has many other names it goes by like any other drug you find. For instance, the actual name of the drug is desomorphine. The list of names is below to help you identify when someone is talking about Desomorphine.

  1. Krokodil
  2. Desomorphine
  3. Crocodile
  4. Alligator Skin Drug
  5. Krokodile
  6. Permonid
  7. Dihydrodesoxymorphine
  8. Russian Magic
  9. Poor Man’s Heroin
  10. Zombie Drug

As you can see, there are several names for the drug. No matter what the name though, this is a very serious drug that can cause very serious problems. There are better alternatives out there and we would recommend CBD Oil.

We do not recommend this as something anyone tries and if you know someone who needs help, contact a rehab facility for help.

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