What Is Carfentanil?
Carfentanil or carfentanyl is a structural analog of the synthetic opioid analgesic fentanyl. Short-acting and with fast onset, it has weight for weight, around one hundred times stronger effects than fentanyl and thousands of times stronger than heroin. Wikipedia,
What are the effects of carfentanil?
The carfentanil high can include drowsiness, nausea or tranquility. Many of the side effects are similar to heroin, but the experience can quickly begin and last for only an hour or two. Some of the carfentanil overdose symptoms include difficulty breathing, constricted pupils and heart failure.
Can It be absorbed through the skin?
Carfentanil is not absorbed by intact skin. It can be absorbed via mucous membranes so be sure to wear gloves and wash hands as per routine practices. it can also be absorbed via the respiratory tract, but only if it becomes aerosolized which is very uncommon. It’s not absorbed by intact skin. Can be absorbed via mucous membranes so be sure to wear gloves and wash hands as per routine practices. It can also be absorbed via the respiratory tract, but only if it becomes aerosolized which is very uncommon.
How much more powerful is carfentanil?
It is a potent and dangerous opioid. It’s a form of fentanyl, but 100x stronger. It is 10 000 times stronger than morphine and 4000 times stronger than heroin. It can be deadly in extremely small amounts.
Is It prescribed?
It is a powerful man-made opioid 10,000 times stronger than morphine and 100 times more potent than its close chemical cousin, fentanyl. Developed in the 1970s, It is used to tranquilize elephants and other large animals and is not intended for humans. However, it is classified as a Schedule II drug by the DEA, which means it is a dangerous substance that has a high potential for abuse. Most drug users don’t purposely abuse carfentanil on its own, as it is extremely powerful and deadly. Only discreet laboratory sales it without prescription and its very discreet and secure to order online.