Hello everyone today I will be considering the most dangerous drugs in the world

deadliest drugs in the worlds

N-bombs

N-bomb is one of the manufactured drugs designed to  the effects of LSD. Like ecstasy, N-bomb causes a feeling of heightened empathy and body high, but it may also influence hallucinations.N-bombs can be fatal at high doses. Overdoses can result in occupation , heart failure, and death.bombs aren’t harmful because of widespread overdoses from drugs like opioids or alcohol.

 GRAY DEATH

Gray death deserves its own spot on the list of deadliest drugs. It’s a mixture of different drugs most of which do not belong inside the human body. It’s hidden ingredients make up an express hit of gray death because each seized batched is different.

Gray Death is among the deadliest drugs because of its raw strength.  Carfentanil is used as an elephant tranquilizer and it can be deadly to even hardened opioid users.it can also  even kill on contact. The drugs in Gray Death can be absorbed through the skin.Gray Death you can overdose after having just touched a small amount.

OPIOIDS

Opioids cover a big  range of drugs including prescription pain medication like OxyContin, street drugs like heroin, and illegally produced synthetic drugs like fentanyl. Sometimes people begin with an easy prescription after surgery or broken bones. If they have a high tendency for addiction, they develop dependence. After pills become too difficult or expensive to acquire, they turn to heroin to pacify their addiction.

 ALCOHOL

Approximately six people in the U.S. die because of alcohol poisoning every day that is about 2200 death each year. Alcohol causes confusion, vomiting, slow breathing, hypothermia, and unconsciousness .Too much drinking can cause damage to the heart, liver, pancreas, and stomach. It can also make you to develop cancer in the mouth, throat, and esophagus. The fact that it is legal may lead some to believe that alcohol is not as dangerous as other drugs. However, alcohol can be great addictive and can lead to fatal poisoning after bender drinking.

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Hey Claire, 

Great research round on dangerous drugs within our society! I wasn't surprised to see that alcohol made the list; however it seems a bit ironic considering it's not deathly unless abused frequently. Whereas N-Bombs and Gray Death are more predictable drugs because they can easily be overdosed with a lower consumption amount compared to alcohol. Perhaps in another research round, you could look into how drugs affect teens because as the times change, we see more teens substance abusing and sadly overdosing. If we get ahead of the problem and bring awareness to the subject, the death rate could lower and the successful futures of the teens could increase. Also, tying in the alternative solution to smoking (which I assume is considered a drug) vaping could be addressed considering many teens vape and don't consider the consequences. Like always another great round of research and I can't wait to see what you come up with next. Here are some links to for future rounds! 


https://www.addictioncenter.com/teenage-drug-abuse/

https://www.cdc.gov/features/t...tance-use/index.html

Hey Claire!

Great topic.  I really enjoy seeing everyone doing such interesting topics that have such an effect on all of us.  I think it's it's really important everyone is aware of the effects that these drugs have and that they can actually be fatal.  Lot's of people think that they can just try the next drug and the next drug.  Failing to see the major picture that there won't always be the next time.  I think that an interesting next round would be looking into the hidden ingredients that we can't detect in drugs.  Fentanyl is a drug that can be deadly, it can be up to 100 times stronger than other opiods.  I think looking into the fentanyl crisis would be something really interesting and there would be lot's of information.  You can't see, taste or smell it.  lot's of times people die because they don't even know that it is in whatever drug they are taking, and currently is a problem in Canada and all over.  I hope you might consider looking in too this because i would definitely say this opioid is very dangerous and has affected so many.

here are a few sites to get you started:

https://www.camh.ca/en/health-...ndex/street-fentanyl

https://www.theglobeandmail.co...nyl/article29570025/

https://globalnews.ca/tag/fentanyl-crisis/

Good luck and great research!

Hi Claire,  

I really enjoyed reading your research round. Good job on making it detailed and easy to read. You made your titles bolded which aided in the comprehension. Furthermore, it’s easy to see that you put a lot of effort. I like how you linked your resources because it makes it easier for the readers to trace back your information if they are interested in reading more.

Nonetheless, you nicely built on your previous rounds where they focused on factors that contributed to drug addiction and how they affect your social life. It’s interesting and important how you emphasized that N-Bombs and Gray Death are predictable drugs in a way where they can be easily overdosed. I’m ecstatic to see where you will be taking your future rounds. Nonetheless, I find that it would intriguing to investigate how the government is acting to prevent overdoses. Recently, there was a spike in fentanyl overdoses in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. I know that BC is offering an online course on how to administer naloxone to a person who has overdosed on this drug. Consequently, I suggest you to also look into drug overdose prevention.  

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Websites you can use: 

https://knowyoursource.ca/what-is-fentanyl  

https://towardtheheart.com/naloxone-training  

https://www.straight.com/news/...-carry-naloxone-kits  

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Can’t wait for your next post, 

-Alison 

Hi Claire,

Great round of research! I'd never actually heard of N-Bombs or Gray death before, so I learned something new today. The fact that alcohol is one of the most dangerous drugs shocked me because, like you said, it's legal and many people drink alcohol so it doesn't seem that dangerous. However, I have heard that you can possibly die from too much alcohol, but I didn't realize that that many people die from it. As a result, your research was very eye-opening for me. Great job!

Maybe you could look into what drugs do to your brain? It would be interesting to see its impact on the human brain, and what drugs do to our brain to make us addicted to them. Perhaps in a later round you could also research how people can end their drug addiction, and if it's even possible to completely get rid of a strong addiction.

Here are some websites that you might find useful:

https://teens.drugabuse.gov/dr.../brain-and-addiction

https://www.drugabuse.gov/publ...ddiction/drugs-brain

https://www.drugabuse.gov/publ...g-drug-use-addiction

https://newsinhealth.nih.gov/2...10/biology-addiction

Good luck!

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