KROKODIL: THE HORRIFYING EFFECTS OF A DEADLY DRUG Krokodil’s, medical name is desomorphine and is created by mixing codeine with gasoline, paint thinner, hydrochloric acid, iodine and red phosphorous.
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Krodile users who inject the substence can suffer horrifying symptoms such as their blood vessels bursting and their skin turning green and rotting away around the infected area. The drug has been avaliable for around the last decade, branded as a cheap alternative to heroin, users are able to make it at home for a tenth of the cost.