A potent drug hitting the streets & heading Kentucky’s way

A potent drug hitting the streets & heading Kentucky’s way

The newest word on the street is about a potent analgesic, and its 10,ooo times stronger than morphine:


The medication is most commonly used on large animals such as elephants and zebras.

Recently the news of Carfentanil was reported by Cincinnati reporter¬†Terry DeMio. DeMio stated:¬†“If it’s in Ohio, one has to figure it’s headed Ky’s way – please be aware and spread the word”

“The synthetic opioid is 100 times stronger than fentanyl, the analgesic blamed for increasing overdose deaths and 10,000 times stronger than morphine on the streets.

Carfentanil, like fentanyl, is a synthetic opiate, but this drug is used by veterinarians who care for large wildlife animals including elephants. It’s being blamed for a recent spate of overdoses in Akron and Columbus.”
Terry DeMio, Cincinnati Enquirer

Read full article here: Cincinnati Enquirer

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