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Tranq Dope:  The Flesh-Eating Zombie Drug Ravaging US Streets

The use of drugs, especially among young people, is becoming increasingly prevalent across the world, with the situation being particularly grave in countries like the United States.

Recently, the "zombie drug," the cheapest drug on the streets of America, has been turning the youth into zombies, eating away their flesh and making them look like ghosts.

The drug is a combination of Fentanyl and Xylazine, also known as ‘Tranq Dope’, with Xylazine typically used for anesthesia in animals.

Overdosing on Xylazine can have severe effects on humans, and it can render opioid overdose reversal medications like Naloxone and Narcan ineffective in reversing its effects.

The second procedure involves small intestine bypass surgery in which small intestinal segments are reorganized to reduce the body's ability to absorb calories and nutrients from food.

These drugs are mixed with other narcotics and sold in the US, making people lose their thinking power and causing their skin to harden.

The consumption of the drug can result in the formation of raw wounds and holes in the skin, which may even lead to the amputation of affected body parts.

Moreover, repeated usage of the drug can result in respiratory problems. In severe cases, the affected body part may require surgical removal, or the skin damage may spread throughout the body.

Medical experts are scared to see the victims who have turned into zombies with ‘Tranq Dope’. They are not responding to any treatment, including those that would typically be effective.

Xylazine, when combined with other drugs like heroin, has more severe effects and can cause long-term problems.

There are two other zombie drugs similar to ‘Tranq Dope’,  alpha-Pyrrolidinopentiophenone and Desomorphine. Alpha-Pyrrolidinopentiophenone, also known as ‘Flakka’, causes people to hallucinate and act erratically.

Desomorphine is called ‘Crocodil’ because it causes a fruit-bite-like lesion when it is injected and can lead to life-threatening complications.

Important Warning: It must be emphasized that drugs and other substances that can lead to intoxication are extremely dangerous and should be avoided at all costs. This article is solely intended to provide information and raise awareness of the risks associated with drug abuse.

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