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How does heroin affect your body? What are the side effects of heroin and what will long term use do to you?
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I'm addicted to another life-ruining drug. Alcohol. It's crazy that drinking is accepted as the norm, but that it causes so many deaths and destroys lives like heroin does. You don't get people catching up socially and saying "hey, let's do a bit of heroin", yet it's normal to pour some poison down your throat at dinner or when you catch up with mates. Both drugs are awful, but I've found alcoholism incredibly hard to deal with not just because of addiction, but because it's so "normal" to drink that some people actually think you're weird if you don't want to drink a dangerous drug with them when you catch up.
So no mention of medication assisted treatment methods that actually do produce results, but instead we get to hear about ibogaine. They now have the suboxone monthly injection, and they still have the vivitrol injection. I think it should be mandatory for some people to get the vivitrol injection because to some people getting high is all they have, so take that away from them and then they have no choice but to face reality.
Real nice at the 1:00 mark that it is states how there are so many people on heroin everyday, yet you guys have a stereotypical bum in a basement shooting up. Way to perpetuate the negative stigma that people who use are worthless trash like the bum and his rats in the basement.
When I take it, I can see some people around me, but nobody near me, people say those are Ghosts, but I know this is the effect of drugs.
You can see strange things, you will dream with it..... meet with Ghost
They have needle disposals at Starbucks now. So many disgusting junkies and opioid addicts and most are WHITE! Spending tax payers money on methadone clinics and guess what even “safe injection sites” and narcan. Oh and not even taking into account the money the states pay to take care of the bastard children these zombies leave behind.
Here's why people get addicted to heroin: it takes away everything that makes you feel bad about life; EVERYTHING. This is why you see people doing anything just to score heroin, or why people look all fucked up when they've gone to the super max end of addiction with the drug. You take it, you feel the best you have, or will ever feel in life. Nothing comes close to heroin; nothing. I'm sorry, but it's true. If you are unhappy about anything in your life, and you struggle with inner doubt, the things you can't do well, but sort of appreciate and love life for everything else, heroin will make you love everything about everything, because nothing is wrong when you're on heroin.
Simple explanation: heroin feels better than you have, or will ever feel, period. You're not supposed to feel that good. The human body is supposed to reward itself when it feels accomplished. Replacing that hard work with heroin is the easy way out, or the short cut. People love short cuts.
Sooo... let me get this straight. Some time after the year 2000, heroin use drastically went up? Hmmm... what major historical event happened around that time that 'sent' us to a country where 90% of the worlds opium is grown? Hmmm.. something doesn't add up..
So why not find out a way to control ibagaine in the states if it helps hell they have suboxone but you still experience withdraws and if I couldn't find h when I was doing it four years ago that's what I looked for I had to come off of it in jail nothing like a cold jail floor to open your eyes to the life you live and how everyone around you gave up on you was hard but I honestly wouldn't change the way I got clean I overcame that now there's nothing I can't acompish
Ekhm. As an well-educated Polish guy I say - heroin wasn't discovered by BAYER, it was stolen from brtish chemistry, Alder Wright. BAYER's employee just stole the idea and started ditrbution, wtithout checking the consequences of taking heroin (they even thoogh its lless addictive than morphine and that it doesn't cause any illness, etc.), what effected in international addiction and created a new market for dealers.
as taylor says ,i also injected heroin once,and i saw how powerful this drug really is ..you dont get to take out the needle from the vein and your eyes already start rolling of pleasure,but you will fast understand why this drug ruin lifes ...if someone is strong enough to taste it like me once ,go ahead ,if not stay far away man ,heroin is no joke,radically change your life in worst i know a lot of people from my hood who died or now they have to take all their lifes suboxone or other meds.. stay alive,smoke only weed
Who started to use heroin intravenous?
In Germany the Drug was used oral, sold in little bottles you could buy in the pharmacy store. It was touted as the new magic cure for every disease (like every new medicine back in the day).
everyone is not normal and have some mental disability. don't feel out or stupid once you find out your mental disabilities during your life time. It's okay and you learn to adapt but best thing is to know and understand your disability and work around it and for it and your very self conscience even better- you're intelligent.
heroine was originally used for people who were taking pills to help them sleep after a 3 or 4 day bender. but because of it being so addictive people got hooked on it. its a sedative. heroine addicts dont really get a buzz off it it just helps them feel normal.
Weird. I've heard that pure heroin (which you won't ever get on the black market) is, when consumed with sterile instruments or orally, more or less non-damaging to your body. The danger is with OD's (then of course, you can die.)
I use to look up these videos all the time when I was high and hating life. I didn't know how to stop or
even really how to care about life anymore. If you are struggling, there is a way out. People care about you,
you are worth fighting for! Just call for help! Addiction Advisors: (877)628-1450 or The Recovery Helpline (877)449-4817
Heroine does not harm your body (besides the stretch fabrics, junkie lifestyle habbits results in infections or lack of hygiene) Thanks for this bullshit documentary, who wants to know real facts has to search outside of youtube. Education instead of prevention which only scares people.
Heroin is the most beautiful drug on earth it takes all your problems away and the feeling of euphoria is overwhelming. But please understand this is the problem it grabs your Seoul and holds it prisoner when I came off it it was the most evil two weeks of my life
pure pharmaceutical heroin is completely safe for use, as long as when injecting you have a new needle that is clean, swab the area of injection with alcohol, and inject safely.. (not hitting arteries/missing veins)... thats IF YOU GET PURE PHARMACEUTICAL HEROIN diacetylmorphine*) not that shit they sell on the street cut with who knows what... (the cut/drawing it through cotton is what contributes to the heart disease and blood clots)
You don`t have to fly to South Africa to get clean.... Just use suboxone.... 1 thing about suboxone is, a lot of insurance will cover it so financially it is the best bet if you want to use it long term, in case you do not think you can live life w/o a substance.... It don`t get you high after a couple of weeks of using it, but does everything else like give you that boost of energy, pain relief, and anxiety relief an opiate would...... I have been on it for 2 years... I can go a week and a half w/o it and not need it.... Withdrawing is not horrible, but if you want to quit, just ween off with small doses.
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