Flesh-Eating Zombie Drug “Tranq” Is In Florida
Remember back when all we feared was a worldwide pandemic? Or remember that drug that made you eat the faces of your friends? Good times…
Now things have stepped up a notch. Now there’s a drug that eats your flesh and turns you into a zombie. Attorney General Ashley Moody held a news conference to warn Floridians about the rise of a killer drug that was found in the bodies of hundreds of Floridians who died from taking it last year. It’s called Xylazine, but on the street it’s known as “tranq”. The drug is classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, which means it’s illegal to possess or sell it. It’s also resistant to opioid reversal treatments, such as NARCAN, which means when you’re dead, you’re sooo dead. That means it’s even deadlier than fentanyl, if you can even imagine that.
The DEA recently warned the public about the increased use of fentanyl and xylazine, sayng a huge spike in deaths in Florida have been blamed directly on the two drugs. The DEA spokesperson said there has never been a more dangerous time to try illegal or illicit drugs, saying the chances of death are extraordinarily high. Mixtures of fentanyl and xylazine have now been found in 48 states, so the chance of taking something that will end your life is higher than ever before. In fact, about 23% of fentanyl confiscated in 2022 had xylazine mixed with it. Xylazine is the real deal, causing necrotic wounds, which means the flesh dies and rots away. That means the limb or infected area would need to be amputated. According to authorities, at least 236 Floridians died with xylazine in their systems last year. The term “tranq” refers to the users tendency to lean over, as if touching their toes, and then staying in that position until the high passes. Users can stay in one position for hours at a time. Source: WFLA.com
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