What is Morphine?

Morphine is an opiod analgesic drug, a main psychoactive chemical in opium. It is used to relieve intense pain. Like other opioids, such as oxycodone, hydropmorphone, and heroin, morphine directly acts on the central nervous system.

There are also MS Contin tablets and are known as misties, and the 100 mg extended-release tablets as greys and blockbusters. The "speedball" can use morphine as the narcotic component, which is combined with cocaine, amphetamines.

What it does to the body.

Morphine can be injected into the bloodstream, orally, sublinqually,rectaly,epidurally, and can be inhaled. When it hits the central nervous system, the body becomes vulnerable. Acute shortness of breath, constipation, addiction, tolerance, withdrawal, and hormone imbalance are some signs of a long-term use of the drug. Short-term include dizziness, dialated pupils, loss of muscle tensions, slow or shallow breathing, loss of enviroment, and memory loss.

Morphine can be highly addictive with psychological dependence and/or physical dependence.

Morphine Addiction and Abuse

Since Morphine is a highly addictive substance, there can be risk for addiction or abuse. Wiht this, contradictions can occur such as renial failure, cardiac arrest, or coma.

There are meetings for people who have addictions and/or abuse to the drug.

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More about Morphine

Morphine is the most abundance opiate found in opium, and is the first active principle in poppy plants. Morphine can be detected throught the blood, urine, hair, and plasma.
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