Desomorphine (street name krokodil): is a derivative of morphine with powerful, fast-acting opioid effects, such as sedation and analgesia. Homemade versions start with codeine, and can be cooked similar to meth. Organic solvents such as gasoline, paint thinner, lighter fluid, iodine, hydrochloric acid, and red phosphorus are used in homemade synthesis. Those who inject these caustic agents into their veins can develop extreme skin ulcerations, infections, and gangrene.
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The World’s Deadliest Drug: Inside a Krokodil Cookhouse
The World’s Deadliest Drug: Inside a Krokodil Cookhouse Read more: World’s Deadliest Drug: Photos and Video Inside a Krokodil Cookhouse - LightBox http://lightbox.time.com/2013/12/05/the-worlds-deadliest-drug-inside-a-krokodil-cookhouse/#ixzz2mcvW3NJF
In the vast pharmacopeia of illegal street drugs, few have as heinous a reputation as desomorphine, popularly known as crocodile or "krokodil." An opiate that's chemically related to morphine and heroin, krokodil earned its name in two ways: Addicts develop dark, scaly lesions on their skin, and the drug tends to eat its victims alive, like a crocodile.