Heroin

It's not Meant for Humans, or This Earth

The Effects of Heroin

The highly addictive drug, Heroin, has many effects to using it. People who use it become addicted and depend on the drug very easily. You can damage organs such as the heart, liver, brain, and many more. About 25% of the people who first have heroin will become addicted.

The Facts

In its purest form, Heroin is a bright white powder. the actual drug comes from an Asian poppy plant that will target the nervous system of the human body. Heroin can be smoked, snorted, or injected in a person's vein. Infections like HIV or AIDS are common among the users as well.
Heroin Facts - Health Project

Statistics

Heroin is usually very common in both Florida and California. However, in the U.S., a total above 200,000 people are addicted to this drug. Someone who is addicted usually smokes around 200mg a day. A survey showed that a little over one percent of high schoolers have used Heroin. Don't do it! Your first time smoking it might be your last time!