I'll go over the two definitions that'll will interest most
-potent naturally occurring opioid pain killer widely used for severe pain as well as anesthesia in hospitals. Poor bio availability orally (~10%) means it's best route is IV or IM. Longer lasting than some others. Extremely addictive, would not suggest you abuse or even use unless in pain
-powerful opioid best slammed for best effects. If slammed you'll feel a warm rush (fireworks) up your arm and then a rush straight to the brain, you'll feel weak, and tired but in a good way sort of like an orgasm. Highly addictive, somewhat over rated with some of the "newer" opioids which feel allot better IMO like oxycodone, oxymorphone (best rush ever) and hydromorphone.
Overall a very useful drug for both legitimate and recreational uses...again it's dangerous and you can OD easily or become addicted. Drugs are nothing to mess with if you don't know anything about them or you have a very addictive personality.
Jake: the other day I had to go to the ER for severe pain, they gave me a morphine injection it felt soooo good and releaved my pain but I wouldn't abuse it not worth the legal issues, money and trouble
Thomas: ah God you got dat morphine Jake? You gotta get me some broski...that shit makes you melt awayyyy...luckyy
Jake: agreed it was a pretty crazy rush but I'm not into abusing drugs, it cam cause allot of issues
Thomas: ight that's cool brah..if you ever get any OCs hit me up
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