Heroin (diacetylmorphine or diamorphine), Biology

HEROIN (DIACETYLMORPHINE OR DIAMORPHINE) -

  1. Heroin is a white, crystalline semi synthetic compound prepared from morphine by acetylation.
  2. Most dangerous opiate.
  3. It is 200 times stronger than opium.
  4. It may be orally taken, inhaled or injected.
  5. It induces drowsiness and lethargy.
  6. Its after effects include impaired digestion, decreased wt., reduced vision, sterility.
  7. It's often diluted with other harmful substances which may cause secondary illness.
  8. Withdrawal symptoms of heroin include vomiting, diarrhoea, shivering, running nose, muscular cramps & epilepsy.
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