Black Tar Heroin

Black Tar Heroin


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Black tar heroin, sometimes known as black sticky heroin or Mexican black tar, is a relatively unrefined form of heroin, a semi-synthetic opioid and Schedule I controlled substance. This form of heroin can be identify as having a dark, sticky texture. The substance is easily distinguishable from powder heroin.

All type of heroin are synthesize from morphine – a natural substance find in the seeds pods of certain types of poppies. Some black tar heroin is export from producers in Asia and South America, but black tar heroin is primarily produce in Mexico. An abundant supply of black tar heroin from Mexico means that the use of this form of heroin is most widespread in western United States – black tar use is especially prevalent in Los Angeles.

Those who use black tar heroin typically inject the drug intravenously. Less commonly, this form of heroin is smoke or snort. Those who snort heroin tend to use powder heroin, though – more on this directly below.

Regardless of the route of administration, heroin reach the brain quickly and induces a powerful euphoric rush. This is the primary reason for the widespread popularity of this drug. Heroin also triggers short-term effects that include:

  • Nausea
  • Dry mouth
  • Heavy limbs
  • Clouded thinking
  • Nodding in and out of consciousness

Black Tar Heroin Vs. Heroin

Black tar heroin and heroin are two different forms of the same drug. Heroin is a white or brown powder derived from opium poppies, while black tar heroin has a dark and sticky appearance that resemble roofing tar. Black tar heroin is mainly made in Mexico, while powder heroin from South America is more common in the United States.

The process of manufacturing black tar heroin involves less refinement compare to the production of powder heroin, resulting in a more impure and less potent product. This means that black tar heroin is frequently adulterate with other substances like sugar to increase its volume and make it more profitable for dealers.

Black tar heroin is commonly inject into the skin, muscles, or veins, while powder heroin may be smoke or snort as well as inject. Studies show that black tar heroin can cause a range of health complications due to its impurities, including collaps veins, infections, and blood-borne disease such as HIV or hepatitis C.

Additionally, black tar heroin has be find to contain high levels of contaminants, including acetic acid, which is use in its production and can cause burns and other injuries to the skin and mucous membranes. Because of these risks, the same research show that black tar heroin use is associate with a higher rate of health complications and overdose deaths than other forms of heroin.

Despite these differences, both black tar heroin and heroin are highly addictive and can cause a range of physical and psychological problems for users. Treatment for heroin addiction typically involves a combination of medications, psychotherapy, and support groups, and requires a long-term commitment to recovery

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