Fentanyl-Laced Heroin is Everywhere in Nashville – How to Check for Fentanyl-Laced Heroin

If you or someone you know lives in Nashville and is using heroin, this is a must-read article.

The number of heroin overdoses has spiked recently due to Fentanyl-laced heroin that is flooding the streets of Nashville. Making matters worse for heroin users is the fact that many heroin dealers are bragging about the number of overdoses and near-fatalities related to their brand, since it entices users who are looking for the ultimate high.

Many dealers are quick to tell you “they’ve had X number of overdoses”, only to make users believe their brand is stronger than their competitor’s brand. Some heroin users find this bragging attractive, believing that they can either use less heroin to save money, or worse, get even more high. Some Nashville heroin users are simply looking for the “maximum hit”, which makes this cocktail very scary.

According to an anonymous source: “Heroin in Nashville is some of the best in the country due to the amount of cash flowing on the streets. There’s no shortage of supply either. Heroin in Nashville is high-quality, and it’s everywhere. Heroin is easier to find than roxy, subs, or anything else. Oh, and it’s cheap as hell.”

Scary Facts About Fentanyl-Laced Heroin in Nashville

  • Death can occur within minutes after injecting killer fentanyl-laced heroin.
  • In the 1980s, a few underground chemists altered the chemical makeup of fentanyl. What they came up with was a highly toxic and potentially lethal product nicknamed “China White.”
  • Since the 1980’s, most all heroin in the USA is laced to some degree with a boosting / multiplier drug like fentanyl or China White.
  • A 30-year old woman was recently discovered on the bathroom floor in the fetal position, dead with a needle still in her arm.
  • Multiple overdoses are commonly seen in a 24-hour period when a particular strand hits the streets.
  • Killer fentanyl-laced heroin is being sold under the names “Theraflu,” ”Bud Ice,” and ”Income Tax.”

How to Look for Fentanyl-Laced Heroin
It may sound simple, but heroin is typically light brown to medium brown in color. Fentanyl is bright white. If you can see bright white crystals, or if the heroin looks too light in overall color, it may have been laced with fentanyl or China White.

How to Stop Taking Heroin
There’s help at Nashville Recovery. We understand heroin addiction, and are treating people who are achieving success using our program. We also treat the depression and anxiety that typically accompany heroin abuse. Anxiety typically sets in anytime a heroin user thinks about stopping.

Nashville Recovery can literally transition people off of heroin with little to no discomfort, whatsoever. They just have to be ready and willing to do something different. Not difficult, but different.

Call or text Nashville Recovery at (615) 431-3701 for an appointment this week.

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