Fentanyl is odorless, tasteless, and incredibly powerful. In fact, a dose as small as three grains of salt can be deadly. Because it’s so cheap, plentiful, and profitable, the days of “pure” party drugs are over – today, fentanyl is in everything: cocaine, meth, and MDMA (also known as “ecstasy” or “molly”), not to mention heroin. With fentanyl poisoning exploding in Minnesota and across the nation, recreational drug use is now a life-or-death gamble.
Fentanyl can be sold illegally as a powder, dropped onto blotter paper, put in eye droppers and nasal sprays, made into fake pills passed off as real prescriptions (such as Adderall), or mixed with other drugs (such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and MDMA), to increase their potency. Because fentanyl is synthetic, it can be made anywhere and shipped around the world. This makes fentanyl a low-cost and abundant filler for other drugs.
Skeptics know better than to fall for random pills – don’t trust drugs that didn’t come from a pharmacist.
Naloxone is a drug that can instantly reverse the effects of a fentanyl overdose. You could save a life with naloxone.