Carnivorous Russian drug Crocodile that leaves addicts in a zombie-like state affects Australia – and some users have no idea what they are taking
- It is feared that harmful synthetic medicine has landed on the Australian coast
- Crocodile causes serious tissue damage and gangrenous infection in its users
- Meat-eating medication leaves the user in a zombie-like state and causes memory loss
- Users can also leave a speech impediment and black or green scaly skin
A synthetic and powerful drug that eats users' meat and leaves them in a zombie state has hit Australia – and some users have no idea what they are taking.
The harmful drug is known as Crocodile, or desomorphine, and causes serious tissue damage and gangrenous infection in its users.
The synthetic contraband has already been torn by America and Russia and has now landed.
& # 39; Crocodile is a drug that is just as violent as the name suggests, & # 39; said Darra Rehab in Australian ownership on his page.
& # 39; The carnivorous drug leaves the user in a zombie-like state that is terrible to watch. Although users don't seem to remember their behavior. & # 39;
A synthetic and powerful drug eats users' meat away and leaves them in a zombie state (pictured, the legs of a drug user after taking Crocodile)
Reports of use have already been made in Victoria; one case has been reported in New South Wales.
Already in June a young man presented himself in a regional hospital with an arm infection due to the medicine.
The drug causes symptoms such as euphoria and shortness of breath.
The long-term effects can even be more severe with swollen veins or infections that lead to black or green scaly skin.
Addled users can be exhausted, memory loss and speech impairment.
& # 39; The homemade crocodile causes serious damage to the skin, blood vessels, muscles and bones, resulting in black or greenish scabs or scales that deserve the name, & # 39; said Darra on the page.
& # 39; In many cases, decaying meat is also a sign of use, the nickname zombie drug developed. Long-term users often need amputations due to decaying meat.
Dara Rehab boss Darren Lockie told Herald Sun. Crocodile was sold to users unknowingly.
& # 39; No one was specifically looking for Crocodile, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; What happens to such drugs is that people can often buy them, thinking they are other drugs, such as heroin. & # 39;
The harmful drug is known as Crocodile or Desomorphine and causes serious tissue damage and gangrenous infection among its users (stock image)
Although cases have occurred in Victoria, local police have emphasized that desomorphine is only a small part of the state's drug market.
Mr. Lockie warned users who had taken Crocodile to seek immediate medical help or to be confronted with the devastating consequences.
He said that drug users often sat still to prevent public shame, but there was much more at stake for Crocodile users.
Mr. Lockie further said that he did not believe that Crocodile would develop into an epidemic in Australia.
& # 39; Methamphetamine is a lot more accessible and a greater threat and Crocodile is mainly used as a cheaper alternative to drugs such as heroin, & # 39; he said.
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