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  1. 1. By: Ajay Chilukuri
  2. 2.  Heroin is made from a plant called the opium poppy which is native to the Middle East and Southeast Asia. It grows in some regions of Central and South America. The substance that is turned into opium is found in the seed pod of the plant. It’s extract then is used heroin.
  3. 3.  Heroin is placed first in the “highly addictive” and the “serious risk of abuse” list. They are regarded as having “extremely limited medical or therapeutic value” and as posing serious risk of abuse because of their addictive properties. It is classified as a Narcotic drug.
  4. 4.  Alquitran  Anti-Freeze  Aries  Beast  Big H  Brown Sugar  China White  Black tar  Brown  Dope  Dr. Feel good  H  Smack  Tigre de Blanco  Junk
  5. 5. There are many affects heroin does to the body. Some are quite similar to smoking and marijuana. They are: slurred speech, constricted pupils, slow gait, droopy eyelids, impaired vision, vomiting and constipation. Addicted users can develop worse affects like infection of the heart lining, collapsed veins, liver disease and abscesses.
  6. 6. Heroin is illegal in the U.S. because of it’s highly abused and it can’t be used to cure any disease.
  7. 7. Short Term  slurred speech  constricted pupils  droopy eyelids  impaired vision  Vomiting  Constipation  Addiction Long Term  Infection of the heart lining and valves  Liver disease  hepatitis C  Kidney disease.  Skin infections  abscesses  scarred or collapsed veins  HIV  Overdose
  8. 8.  Medications and behavioral therapies are the most common.  LAAM (levo-alpha-acetyl-methadol) and buprenorphine, Detoxification, and Methadone Programs  Drug Rehab
  9. 9.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heroin  www.nida.nih.gov  www.drugfree.org  www.justice.gov/dea/concern/heroin.html  www.scribd.com/Classification-of-Drugs-and-Their- Effects

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