Overview On Heroin Heroin goes by many names: Big H, Brown, Sugar, H, Hell Dust, Horse, Junk, Nose Drops, Skag, Smack, Thunder, Tar, Black, and Boy. All of these are essentially the same thing though, heroin. An opioid, or painkiller, drug. Heroin is typically taken intravenously through the use of needles, although it can be…
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What Is Flashblooding? We have seen heroin, crack, meth, and bath salt users all over the news lately. Numbers of addicts continue to rise, and people are finding new ways to try and get high. Flashblooding is the newest way many are trying to get high for less money. Flashblooding, or flushblooding, is when a…
Crossfading Can Be Deadly Crossfading is something you really should avoid doing. In some cases, crossfading can lead to death when mixing two or more drugs. People who die from crossfading are sometimes confused with people who are overdosing. It’s not exactly the same though. When you are crossfading, sometimes you take medications or substances…