Opium poppy (Papaver somniferum) is one of the world’s oldest medicinal plants. Its use for pain relief dates back to the Neolithic era. Poppy is widely cultivated around the world today. The active alkaloids are removed for culinary purposes.
Opium is made from the poppy plant. It is usually found in a black or brown block of tar-like powder and is also available in liquid form. It is used to induce a state of euphoria, well-being, drowsiness, or sedation.
Morphine is a stronger opiate that originates from opium. It is mainly used as a pain medication, and is also used recreationally or to make other illicit opioids.
Diacetylmorphine (DAM) is the active ingredient in heroin. It is the pure, pharmaceutical grade compound prescribed to those suffering from opioid use disorder
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