What are some Short-Term Effects?
“Rush, Slowed breathing, clouded mental functioning, nausea and vomiting, sedation, drowsiness, Hypothermia.
What are some Long-Term Effects?
Bad Teeth, Inflammation of the gums, constipation, cold sweats, itching, weakening of the immune system, coma, respiratory illnesses, muscular weakness, reduced sexual capacity and long-term impotence in men, menstrual disturbance in women, loss of memory, introversion, depression, pustules on the face, loss of appetite, insomnia.
“Ill just try it once!”
A single dose of Heroin can lead a person to the road of addiction. Those who turn down the path of Heroin find it nearly impossible to turn back.
How is it used?
It can be injected , smoked or sniffed.
What does it look like?
In its purest form, heroin is a fin white powder. But more often is found to be a rose gray, brown or black in color. The coloring comes from additives which have been used to dilute it. The various additives do not fully dissolve when added and when they are injected into the body, they can clog the blood vessels that lead to the lungs, kidneys or brain.