#OBAMACARE FENDS Flesh-Rotting DESEASE ‘Krokodil Krokodil Krokodil Arizona, Utah, Oklahoma, and Illinois–The DEA is not ready to get involved But #OBAMACARE is in Place

#OBAMACARE FENDS Flesh-Rotting DESEASE Krokodil Arizona, Utah, Oklahoma, and Illinois

Krokodil, popularized in Russia contains, opiates mixed with gasoline, paint thinner,iodine, lighter fluid, and other toxic fuels. The symptoms of using “krokodil” — a cheap heroin knockoff, includes rotting flesh and exposed bone.

This Russian man is suffering the side-effects of Krokodil use

The drug leaves users with gangrenous limbs, scaly, rough skin and an addiction often far too powerful to overcome. Dr. Abhin Singla, director of addiction services at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Joliet “If you want to kill yourself, (using) this is the way to do it,” said Singla. “It’s a horrific way to get sick,” he continued. “The smell of rotten flesh permeates the room. Intensive treatment and skin grafts are required, but they are often not enough to save limbs or lives.”

The DEA is not ready to get involved But #OBAMACARE is in Place. The highly addictive drug whose name derives from the scaly, green sores that develop near injection sites was invented in 1932, according to the New York’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). The mixture of codeine and other chemicals like hydrochloric acid and red phosphorus quickly produces severe tissue damage, causing injury to the veins and gangrene. (OASAS)

eaten alive by flesh-eating illness

Scales: The drug is called Krokodil because it leaves users with scaly skin akin to that of a crocodile

Scales: The drug is called Krokodil because it leaves users with scaly skin akin to that of a crocodile

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