Morphine (MOP) is a type of opioid drug, which is 4%-21% in opium, with an average of about 10%. Its derivative, morphine hydrochloride, is a commonly used anesthetic in clinical practice. It has a strong analgesic effect, and its analgesic effect has better selectivity. It is often used for severe pain caused by trauma, surgery, burns, etc. Angina caused by infarction can also be used as analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrheal agents.
The diacetate of morphine is also known as heroin. But its biggest drawback is the addiction. This makes long-term smokers have a serious dependence on morphine both physically and psychologically, causing serious toxic substances, which cause great harm to themselves and society.