What Happens To Your Body When You Do 'Krokodil', The Zombie Drug

In 2003, Russian police cracked down on the heroin trade and a cheaper street drug called Krokodil popped up.

In 2003, Russian police cracked down on the heroin trade and a cheaper street drug called Krokodil popped up.

Krokodil has similar psychological effects to heroin, but it damages the body of a user even more severely.

Krokodil has similar psychological effects to heroin, but it damages the body of a user even more severely.

Gangrene and blood infections are common among krokodil users.

Gangrene and blood infections are common among krokodil users.

Because dealers create the drug from a legitimate opioid mixed with other ingredients, users never know exactly what they're putting in their veins.

Because dealers create the drug from a legitimate opioid mixed with other ingredients, users never know exactly what they're putting in their veins.

When the drug us cooked with toxic substances, it can corrode the flesh and veins of a user.

When the drug us cooked with toxic substances, it can corrode the flesh and veins of a user.

This terrible possibility has led to the drug being called the

This terrible possibility has led to the drug being called the

Extreme examples show how damaging the drug can be to the skin and blood vessels.

Extreme examples show how damaging the drug can be to the skin and blood vessels.

Even large sores in the mouth can occur from krokodil.

Even large sores in the mouth can occur from krokodil.

The Russian government has now cracked down on krokodil and the original drug that it is made from.

The Russian government has now cracked down on krokodil and the original drug that it is made from.

Hopefully, sights like these will become less and less common in Russia.

Hopefully, sights like these will become less and less common in Russia.

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