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Don39t believe the hype about flesh-eating drug krokodil. - Slate

11/22/2014
10:29 | Author: Christina Harris

Drug called krokodil
Don39t believe the hype about flesh-eating drug krokodil. - Slate

It's been hard to miss the stories about the rise of “krokodil,” a dangerous drug with which American journalists have become fascinated, thanks.

might be excellent clickbait, they do not stand up to serious scrutiny. Yes, krokodil is here, and yes, it is very bad for you. Like most stories about drug panics—the Great Bath Salts Riots of 2012 come to mind—the reporting on the ostensibly “flesh-eating” krokodil generally contains an ounce of truth and pounds of utter nonsense. It poses no immediate danger to your children, unless they are prone to headaches caused by bombastic headlines. And while claims that krokodil is spreading rapidly throughout the U.S.

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Krokodil, Flesh-Eating Drug, Reported In Columbus, Ohio

11/21/2014
08:02 | Author: Evan Martin

Drug called krokodil
Krokodil, Flesh-Eating Drug, Reported In Columbus, Ohio

A homeless man in Columbus told medics he had used the drug, that the so-called "horror drug" is making inroads in the United States.

Authorities in Columbus, Ohio, say they may have encountered their first case of the flesh-eating drug, krokodil.

" It starts purple and then goes into a blister after five or six days.". "It almost starts like a burn from a cigarette," Amber Neitzel, a reported krokodil user, told ABC Chicago affiliate WLS in October.

"Infections from bacteria and dirty needles -- that doesn't mean it's. " We see IV drug users with horrible infections on a daily basis, " Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics spokesman Mark Woodward told The Huffington Post in October.

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39Crocodile39 Drug Photos What Russia39s 39Zombie39 Krokodil Can Do

9/20/2014
06:53 | Author: Kate Thompson

Drug called krokodil
39Crocodile39 Drug Photos What Russia39s 39Zombie39 Krokodil Can Do

Late-stage pictures of the "zombie apocalypse" drug krokodil, which is also known as "crocodile.".

Another reveals a woman writhing in pain as doctors try to clean out her wounds and removed the rotted flesh. Mostly all of them are in Russian, and there’s one clip that shows a man’s leg being sawed off below the knee because the drug apparently rotted it away. There are various videos that have been posted on YouTube, which show people who struggled with the drug.

Viewer discretion advised. Warning: Extremely graphic photos.

"We don’t want the public to be alarmed," she said. Though krokodil’s side effects are frightening, Leslie Bloom, CEO of DrugFreeAZ.org, said people shouldn’t be scared, according to 10news.com.

The drug, whose real name is desomorphine, is three times more addictive than heroin, Time wrote in 2011, and krokodil essentially eats the flesh.

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Krokodil use reportedly spreading What makes dangerous drug so

7/19/2014
04:24 | Author: Devin Garcia

Drug called krokodil
Krokodil use reportedly spreading What makes dangerous drug so

More cases being reported in U.S. of deadly, toxic opiate drug Grosso called for more education about opiates, especially focusing on the fact.

Liza Long, an Idaho mother of four, speaks out about parenting a mentally ill son and how our health care system needs to change.

More cases of Krokodil use are reportedly popping up around the United States, prompting some medical professionals to warn that the addictive, poisonous drug has reached American shores.

These are the symptoms that hospitals around the country are watching out for.

Michelle Castillo is an associate editor for.

Codeine is sold over-the-counter in Russia, and addicts can easily purchase these items necessary to cook the drug.

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Krokodil Information - Narconon

5/18/2014
02:15 | Author: Kate Thompson

Drug called krokodil
Krokodil Information - Narconon

Krokodil is a new drug that has only been around since 2002. It literally destroys the flesh of users Why is it Called Krokodil? If you've ever thought of using this.

If you've ever thought of using this drug.

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Between 2009 and 2011, the amount of krokodil seized by law enforcement increased 23-fold. It is estimated that somewhere between a few hundred thousand and a million people are injecting this deadly drug. In just the first three months of 2011, 65 million doses were seized.

Resources:. Heroin can cause sickness and pain for up to ten days but withdrawal from krokodil can result in a month of unbearable pain.

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