Krocodil or Crocodil.
Opoid; Sedative; Stimulant.
Injected usually through the leg.
What does it look like
A caramel-coloured gunge held in the end of a syringe
- Blood vessel damage
- Open ulcers, gangrene, phlebitis
- Skin and soft tissue infections
- Skin grafts/surgery
- Limb amputations
- Blood poisoning
- Rotting gums/tooth loss
- Blood-borne virus transmission (HIV/HCV due to needle sharing)
- Bone infections (osteomyelitis)
- Speech and motor skills impairment
- Memory loss and impaired concentration
- Liver and kidney damage
Consequence of overdose
iS THIS DRUG ADDICTIVE?
Like heroin and other opioids, it has a sedative and analgesic effect, is highly addictive, and potentially harmful.
What is the drug scheduled as?
Krokodil is Scheduled as Schedule I on the DEA's list of Addictive Drugs
Why would someone take this drug?
While a heroin withdrawal may last for a week, a KROKODIL WITHDRAWAL may last as long as a month. The usual opiate withdrawal symptoms like insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, extreme muscle cramping, depression, aches and overall sickness will be seen.
*Krocodil is a cheaper version of Heroine. It costs about a tenth of the price. It is also alot more deadly.