Opium is the emulsion of the poppy fruit that is dried and condensed. There is a strong sweet smell when smoking. A person who feels dizzy, nausea, or headache when they first inhale, is addicted to multiple intakes.
Morphine is an alkaloid isolated from opium. It is about 10% in opium. It is a colorless or white crystalline powder. It will produce euphoria after smoking and is more addictive than opium. Long-term use can cause mental disorders, paralysis and fantasies. Excessive use can lead to respiratory failure and death.
Heroin is made up of morphine and acetic anhydride. The analgesic effect is 4-8 times that of morphine. It has been widely used in anesthesia and analgesia in medicine, but it is fast and very difficult to withstand. Long-term use can destroy people's immune function and cause damage to major organs such as heart, liver and kidney. Injecting and smoking can also spread diseases such as AIDS.
The main active ingredient of cannabis drugs is tetrahydrocannabinol. Cannabis has inhibitory and anesthetic effects on the central nervous system. It produces euphoria after smoking. Sometimes it can cause hallucinations and delusions. Long-term smoking can cause mental disorders, slow thinking, and damage the body's immune system.
Coca is a tropical shrub that grows in the American continent, southeast Asia, and Africa, especially in South America. The coca bush has a height of 1.5-3 meters and a growth period of 30-40 years. It can pick coca leaves three to four times a year. One of the most important alkaloids, cocaine, can be isolated from coca leaves.