What you need to know about “carfentanil” abuse.

#addiction #dangersofabuse

Carfentanil is 10,000 times more potent than morphine, 100 times more potent that fetanyl.

There have been countless overdoses and deaths associated with the use of carfentanil laced in drugs being sold and abused on the streets, in our own backyard in America.

There have been numinous occurrences where carfentanil has been acknowledged and traced back to being laced in heroin. But carfentanil has been associated with the use of other illicit drugs such as meth too.

Carfentanil is a tranquilizer marketed for the use of large animals such as elephants. By no means is carfentanil marketed for human consumption.

It would be crucial for parents and loved ones to have open conversations about the dangers of drug abuse.

One might think these types of things would never happen to their children or those they hold close to their hearts.

Unfortunately no one is immune to such possibilities. But we can stand together united and make a difference, perhaps save a life.

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