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Brand / Generic Names 

Raw opium, opium, codiene, morphine, heroin, diluadid, meperidine, fentanyl, darvon, talwin.

Possible effects of Opiates

General effects of narcotic analgesics include: sedation, slowed reflexes, raspy speech, sluggish rubber like movements slowed breathing, cold skin, and possible vomiting. However as a user continues to abuse narcotic  analgesics he or she will build a tolerance to the drug, therefore causing the effects to diminish. Heroin, a very strong narcotic depressant, completely destroys the users ability to reason. Its synthetic form, known as designer  drug has been proven to be even more deadly and addictive. If the abuser wishes to maintain the same effect, he or she will have to take steadily larger doses as the tolerance develops.

If a user is addicted to opiates he needs to take a dosage every so often to feel good. Withdrawal effects can be chills, aches of the muscles and joints, nausea and insomnia. these symptoms usually start 4-6 hours after there last dosage. And if they don't take another dosage after 14-24 hours after there last dosage it will cause severe pain to the body. Approximately 24-36 hours after the fix the addict experiences insomnia, vomiting diarrhea weakness depression and hot/cold flashes. The effects reach there peak after 2-3 days after there last dose. At this point the addict usually experiences muscular and abdominal cramps, elevated temperature and severe tremors and twitching. The addict is very nauseated at this time, may gag and vomit repeatedly, and may lose 10-15 pounds within 24 hours.