From drug overdose to the war on drugs, what's most deadly?
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*WRONG!* THE MOSR DANGEROUS DRUG IS DESMORPHINE KNOWS AS KROKODIL!! ITS A MIXTURE OF GASOLINE, LIGHTER FLUID, CODEINE, IODEINE, PAINT THINNER and INDUSTRIAL CLEANING OIL!!! IT TURNS YOUR FLESH INTO CROCODILE FLESH!!! SEARCH UP ON GOOGLE IMAGES DESOMORPHINE AFTER EFFECTS FOR THE MOST DISGUSTING GRAPHIC PHOTOS!!!! DONT DO DRUGS! THEYRE USELESS!!!
The war on drugs is a failure because prohibition doesn't work. They discovered that in the U.S. during the 1920s when the prohibition on alcohol was the law of the land. Wherever there's a demand there will be a supply and many crime syndicates were established and funded by providing illegal alcohol. Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat its mistakes. Our governments are idiots! By making drugs illegal they've enabled more crime syndicates to grow using the money from drug sales. Holland is the only one with any sense. They won their war on drugs not by prohibition but by decriminalization, education and rehabilitation. Other governments should be taking notes but apparently politicians are mostly brain dead and the only lessons they've learned are how to smile, lie and take bribes.
No, alcohol only kills lots of people because lots of people take it. You ain't gonna die from a pint of beer or have your skin eaten from the inside unlike with shit like krokodil.
And if theirs a drug 100x stronger than heroin then heroin can't be anywhere near the most lethal drug, can it
Overrall I rate this video 3/10 would not watch again
yeah but no... alcohol is literally a hard drug and is actually poison... it's on par with heroin... desomorphine is only as harmful as it is because it's illegal and unregulated leading it to be incredibly impure which causes it to eat away your skin which coined it the name krokodil. if desomorphine were legal and regulated it would be a much safer drug and would not cause the crocodile like skin.
Drugs are no joke. A friend of mine died just by taking over the counter pain medication mixed with alcohol. That’s not as reckless as it sounds. I know you’re imagining someone downing a handful of pills with a vodka chaser, but that wasn’t it at all. He had just been taking small amounts for a short period of time for whatever normal pain reason, but with that medicine still in his system from hours before he drank a nightcap before bed and this mixed up in his stomach and caused internal bleeding in his sleep. Never woke up. Dead at 37. One of the nicest guys you could have met. It was a pretty large funeral with many friends present. Some crossed the country to attend.
I'm sorry, but you are wrong. Botox is stronger: 50 g of Botox could theoretically kill the entire human population off.
Carfentanyl isn't that dangerous. It is just an extremely potent opiod derivate. That's why it is used to anaesthesize (not kill!) big animals like bears for veterinarian purposes.
Plus, you can very easily give someone an effective antidote like Naloxon or Diprenorphin. Quite complicated - yet not impossible - with Botox though.
Community pharmacists are the health professionals most accessible to the public. They supply medicines in accordance with a prescription or, when legally permitted, sell them without a prescription. In addition to ensuring an accurate supply of appropriate products, their professional activities also cover counselling of patients at the time of dispensing of prescription and non-prescription drugs, drug information to health professionals, patients and the general public, and participation in health-promotion programmes. They maintain links with other health professionals in primary health care.