Fentanyl (Apache, China Girl, China White, Dance Fever, Friend, Goodfellas, Jackpot, Murder 8, and Tango & Cash).

Fentanyl is a powerful opioid that is similar to morphine but it is 50-100 times more powerful. It is usually used to treat sever pain after surgery. Fentanyl is also used to treat chronic pain.

What are the short-term effects?

Euphoria, dizziness, drowsiness, depression, anxiety, sedation, confusion, nausea, fainting, problems breathing, lower blood pressure, and pain relief.

What are the long term effects?

There are poor judgement and decisions, organs in your body can be damaged, increased risk of overdoses and possible death, increases harm o impact on personal life and relationships, and can affect pre-existing mental health issues.

What are the withdrawal symptoms?

These symptoms begin after a few hours after using and include muscle and bone pain, sleep issues, diarrhea and vomiting, cold flashes, severe cravings, and uncontrollable leg movements.

How is Fentanyl used?

Fentanyl can be given as a shot, used in a patch, lonzenges, it comes in powder form, put on blotter paper, used in eye drops, nasal sprays, pill form, and mixed with heroin, cocaine, marijuana, and other drugs.

What does Fentanyl look like?

Fentanyly comes in pill form, in a patch, and a powder