Smack, Biology

SMACK -

  • It is a crud by product of heroin synthesis, commonly called brown sugar (Poor man's heroin).
  • The addicts heat the smack powder & inhale its vapour.
  • It is diaceteyl morphine hydrochloride.
  • Stronger analgesic than morphine.
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