Tramadol as a drug
Tramadol belongs to the group of narcotic opioid analgesics. Earlier it could be bought in a drugstore, though with difficulty, but now the drug is everywhere withdrawn from circulation.
Tramadol is available in capsules for oral administration, ampoules for injections and rectal suppositories. In most countries, it is prescribed only to a fatal patient who experiences unbearable pain in the late stages of illness.
In the past, the drug was used in the treatment of drug addiction. Due to the fact that it has an effect on the central nervous system, it alleviates the pain in the withdrawal syndrome, but other manifestations of withdrawal only aggravate. Therefore, now restrictions are imposed on the use of the medication.
Currently, half of the patients in the narco-dispensaries are people who are dependent on Tramadol. According to statistics, the drug is consumed by thousands of schoolchildren.
As a synthetic heroin opiate, Tramadol often causes an overdose. It leads to paralysis, limb amputation, serious CNS lesions and death. But is he a drug? Indeed, many drug addicts use the drug as a single drug or use it at a time when they can not find heroin.
The composition of Tramadol differs slightly depending on the form of release. The active substance of the drug is tramadol hydrochloride. As auxiliary components in the capsules, magnesium stearate and milk sugar are contained, and in injection solutions, sodium acetate and distilled water are contained.