Heroin is a hard drug that is often abused as a recreational narcotic.
Morphine is a highly addictive morphine derivative. Most users inject it into their veins to experience instant effects. As soon as the drug takes effect, the user feels light-headed, happy, exhilarated, bold, stronger, excited and euphoric. This is a very addictive substance that keeps the user wanting more over a period of time. An addicted user soon begins to increase the doses to experience the same level of excitement and release.
Heroin is known by several names in the streets. Some of these are H, brown sugar, H, junk, nose drops, skag, smack, thunder, horse, and hell dust. Heroin is a very dangerous substance to use. It causes serious health risks such as hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, scarred and collapsed veins, abscess, cardiovascular issues, depression, spontaneous abortion of an unborn child, and erratic and violent behavior among others.