- Desomorphine, better known by its street name Krokodil, is around 8-10 times more potent than morphine with a powerful, fast-acting sedative high akin to that of heroin.
- The extremely addictive injectable opioid named, in part, because users report black or green scaly skin as a side effect – it will then cause it to "harden, rot, and fall off," often in chunks.
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Krokodil (Desomorphine) was first developed as a painkiller in The United States in the 1930’s
The horrifying effects of Krokodil