The world’s deadliest drug called “Krokodil” has made its way in UK leaving user like a zombie with stomach-churning open wounds.
- Krokodil: the worlds deadliest drug has hit UK
- Also known as zombie drug users becomes a zombie with their body rotting, the rancid smell of which is detected a few steps away.
- The opiate drug leaves addicts with ghastly open and rotting wounds
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Not long ago an Italian photographer Emanuele Satolli has exposed the deadly opiate drug known as Krokodil in Russia and Ukraine.
The said illegal substance has find its way in UK leaving addicts with ghastly open and rotting wounds like in Russia and Ukraine.
Krokodil also known as desomorphine as the street name has been described as the “world’s deadliest drug” and has already claimed the lives of thousands in Russia and eastern Europe.
The Class A substance is 10 times stronger than heroin and can cause large amounts of flesh to rot away with just one small injection.
The opiate, which got is name because of the horrific effects of a flesh-rotting drug making users’ skin peel away, becoming scaly like a crocodile.
Injecting the drug will burst blood vessels, causing the skin to rot away, becoming green and crusty and also the substance is also called the ‘zombie drug’ as users becomes a zombie.
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Krokodil became popular because it can be made cheaply using over-the-counter ingredients including paint thinner.
Hydrochloric acid and red phosphorous scraped from the sides of match boxes are also used to cook the designer drug.
Users dies with two years of continues injection of the drug.