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In-Depth Look at the Laws Regulating Opioid Possession

Heroin was first derived from the opium poppy flower in the late 19th century by drug manufacturer Bayer. The same company later distributed the drug as a cough suppressant and pain reliever. In 1914, the federal government put the first heroin restrictions in place that limited the distribution of the drug. Nowadays, state laws vary in the severity of sentencing depending on state legislation. In 1986 lawmakers did enact a mandatory minimum sentencing guideline for drug offenses in an effort to crackdown on organized illegal distributors. Many states such as Kentucky have adopted some of these methods of harsh drug sentencing and carry some of the most extreme consequences. States like California, on the other hand, have some of the most lenient sentencing which focuses more on small fines and shorter jail time for drug possession to emphasize rehabilitation.

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Signs of an Opioid Overdose

There is a delicate line that all people balance on when they take prescription opioids in order to manage their pain. What would normally bring patients relief can sometimes get out of hand and instead take people’s lives down a darker path that can feel inescapable once an addiction to the opioids has developed.  It is important to know the signs of both an opioid overdose and opioid abuse in order to help yourself, a friend, or a loved one seek help or treatment.

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A Comprehensive Overview of Heroin

In recent years the United States has seen a surge in the severity and reach of those affected by the opioid epidemic. According to the

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Know the Signs of Opiate Addiction

Opiate addiction is on the rise, not only in the United States but across the world.
The most common types of opiates are codeine and morphine, both used to treat moderate to severe pain and typically in combination with other medications.

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Choosing ANR

Since opiate addiction surfaced as a worldwide epidemic in the past 20 years, many different types of opiate addiction treatment options have been introduced. For the many who suffer from opiate addiction, the thought of withdraw is a frightening reality.

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Facts About Opiate Addiction and Treatment

Opiates are a narcotic drug.
They are centuries old and have been traditionally used for pain management. The drugs, as with most other drugs, were originally intended to stay in the medical community. However, their popularity amongst recreational users has increased dramatically since their introduction.

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The plight of heroin addiction
Born and raised in Switzerland, educated in good schools, polite and gentle. He fell into heroin addiction. In time, left all alone to fight the illness. Fell into Methadone and Heroine more and more…

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