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Morphine

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Bre Mickle

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First Offense:Class 1 Misdemeanor-45 Days

Second Offense:Class 1 Felony
Legal Consequences
Morphine
drugfree.org, . N.p.. Web. 18 Mar 2014. <http://www.drugfree.org/drug-guide/morphine>.

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Hodgson, Barbara. In the Arms of Morpheus. Buffalo: Firefly Books, 2001. Print.
Bibliography
Morphine is a white,crystallized salt.
It's the essential alkaloid found in Opium.
What is Morphine?
Orignally,Morphine was prescribed by doctors for everything medically related:alcoholism,cancer,cough,diarrhea,diabetes,headaches,hysteria,chronic gonnorhea,and pneumonia.
Morphine's Original Use
Injections-use of a needle

Tablets-In the form of a tablet or pill

Syrup

Rectally

Inhaled through a nebulizer
How is Morphine taken?
Treatment for Morphine addiction can come in many different forms:
Residential Treatment
Sober Living
Counseling
Partial Hospitilization

Treatment/Rehabilation
Breanna Mickle
Street Names
Duramorph
Miss Emma
"M"
Monkey
Morpho
Intoxication Effects
feelings of numbness
produces calm
intial feelings of euphoria
repressed appetite
desire for sweets
repressed appetite
flushing,nausea,overwhelming
hallucinations

Morphine's
Short
Term Effects
Morphine's
Long
Term Effects
Repeated injections may lead to changes in skin,such as abscesses
leads to addiction
could to lead to tolerance
Death
Morphine isn't illegal to have but without a prescription,possesion of it could incur these consequences.
It is used as a painkiller.
How much does it take to be high?
It depends on your body but:three pills of 15 mg could get you high or 1 to 3 mL,depending on you.
Has a high potential for
addiction
Withdrawal
Stage 1:Drug craving, anxiety, irritability, perspiration, and mild to moderate dysphoria.
Stage 2:Yawning,heavy perspiration,crying and Stage 1 symptoms intensified.
Stage 3:Dilated pupils,hot&cold flashes,and cramping,all symptoms above as well.
Stage 4:Severe cramping,restless legs,loose stool,insomnia,nausea
Stage 4:Vomiting,liquid diarrhea and blood changes can be observed
Amount
Tablets
For thirty tablets of 15 mg:$7-$20
For thirty tablets of 30 mg:$27-$43
Oral Solution

1 bottle (30 mL)of 100 mg:$31-$35


Morphine and Hormone
Imbalance
Morphine can cause hormone imbalances and can temporarily or long term affect menstruation.

Hormone imbalance
can lead to osteoporosis and bone fracture.
A single injection of Morphine can change the way your genes are expressed.
Morphine can lead to a greater risk of infection for:pneumonia,tuberculosis and HIV.

Where does it come from?
Morphine comes from the poppy plant
Papaver somnerifum
.
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