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Everyone in America is on some sort of pill nowadays but, in the case of opiate addiction it is now hitting epidemic levels. People trust their doctors and doctors trust pharmaceutical companies who in turn profit from selling more drugs.
True, opium is the best for pain management but why make an addictive substance more addictive through a similar manufacturing process as cigarettes?
I often times hear people say, "well my doctor prescribed them to me."
In the case of GMOs, maybe this too, is a similar scheme?

And too many are now on heroin. How the hell did this drug make a come back let alone in suburbia. Along with meth use, heroin is exploding.

Only thing is..... is where does most of the world's heroin come from???

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AD3bQWJo8ms

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http://www.stopheroin.net/heroinfacts.htm

 

This link may be able to answer some of your questions about heroin. Personally, I think the rise in heroin is coming from either two places. The nearest place where opium is generally grown is in Mexico, and the whole argument about the co-border drug trade is another discussion for another day. Also, with a rise in internet technology, knowledge and access to the Black Market Internet is easier to obtain than ever, giving dealers an easy opportunity to stock up, or for addicts to buy direct. I suppose generally speaking, drugs are becoming easier to access as a whole, and not just heroin.

 

http://www.drugabuse.gov/sites/default/files/multipledrugs.jpg

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http://www.stopheroin.net/heroinfacts.htm

 

This link may be able to answer some of your questions about heroin. Personally, I think the rise in heroin is coming from either two places. The nearest place where opium is generally grown is in Mexico, and the whole argument about the co-border drug trade is another discussion for another day. Also, with a rise in internet technology, knowledge and access to the Black Market Internet is easier to obtain than ever, giving dealers an easy opportunity to stock up, or for addicts to buy direct. I suppose generally speaking, drugs are becoming easier to access as a whole, and not just heroin.

 

http://www.drugabuse.gov/sites/default/files/multipledrugs.jpg

watch the video i posted. its better than the .gov propaganda you posted...

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