I believe that George Floyd died from ‘excited delerium’ which was caused by a fentanyl overdose, I did some research on fentanyl to try to figure out why there were so many overdoses on it. Drug dealers get it out of China. It is really cheap but it is 50 times stronger than morphine. Then they use it to cut their drugs like heroin or methamphetamine because they make more money using less of the drug they cut with it. But it will still get people that are using their drugs really loaded. They also use it to make pills like loratab or oxycodone etc. The pills look just like the ones from the manufacturer with the etters and numbers except they have a slightly beige color whih would not be noticeable in evvironments wth less light.
George Floyd had said he couldn’ breathe and that he thought he was dying long before there was a knee on his neck. He probably had no idea that he had taken fentanyl. Most of the overdoses are not aware that they have taken fentanyl
Excited Delirium Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment
Fentanyl’s effects include
Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that is similar to morphine but is 50 to 100 times more potent.!!!! It is used legally in prescription form but it is also made and used illegally
The illegally used fentanyl most often associated with recent overdoses is made in labs. This synthetic fentanyl is sold illegally as a powder, dropped onto blotter paper, put in eye droppers and nasal sprays, or made into pills that look like other prescription opioids.7
Some drug dealers are mixing fentanyl with other drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and MDMA. This is because it takes very little to produce a high with fentanyl, making it a cheaper option. This is especially risky when people taking drugs don’t realize they might contain fentanyl as a cheap but dangerous additive. They might be taking stronger opioids than their bodies are used to and can be more likely to overdose. To learn more about the mixture of fentanyl into other drugs, visit the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Drug Facts on fentanyl.
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