Kind of a difficult question to answer. Opium, morphine, and laudanum have been used to get high for centuries, so when heroin hit the market as a cough suppressant and "non-addictive morphine substitute"...it probably didn't take people very long to figure out that it could be used for non-medical purposes. Heroin was first synthesized in 1874 and was completely illegal in the US by 1924; take your answer from that.
the hydrochloride of diacetylmorphine was discovered by acetylation of morphine, its ten times more effective than morphine or codeine...The Bayer Company started the production of heroin in 1898 on a basic commercial scale..the first drug rats used made heroine?boy so promising that they stated heroin was a wonder drug..and after awhile the regular tested patience develoed a tolerance that soon became heroin addicts...n truth is by the time it hit middle America n so forth pple were already addicted to the same high but diffrent form..,.that's whats up ay\
Heroin was an accidental discovery by Bayer pharmaceutical company. They were trying to acetylate morphine to produce codeine, but instead it yielded heroin or Diacetylmorphine. Though it was independently synthesized earlier, the Bayer corporation was responsible for its marketing and gave it the name "Heroin." It was originally sold as a NON-ADDICTIVE substitute for morphine and as a cough suppressant. Obviously, this was a huge mistake, as it is extremely addictive.
household cough medicine in the early 20th century no lie
1898, I think.
as a remedy to morphine addiction...
C.R. Alder Wright first synthesized diamorphine (heroin), in 1874. Felix Hoffman re-synthesized it in 1897 while working for Bayer (the makers of Aspirin). The company marketed it as a cough suppressant, and called it heroin because some of their employees claimed it made them feel "heroic".
A deck of heroin is 1 to 15 grams of heroin, it is also known as a bag of heroin.
Heroin was initially derived from morphine by a doctor. He was researching the combination of different organic acids with the basic structure - for pharmacological reasons - and one of the resulting compounds (heroin) was sent for testing. It was revealed to be a more potent form of morphine, and so used for medicine.Answer: Heroin was discovered in 1874 by C.R. Wright an English researcher. Chemically it is called diacetylmorphine. It was tested and found to be an excellent chemical for the control of pain. The medical profession is always looking for such compounds. It was stated to be less addicting than morphine or codeine. Some reports indicate that thiconclusion was reached after testing on laboratory staff who were all in that part of the human race with a genetic set-up that makes them immune to heroin's addictive nature.
oc was invented to to get heroin addicts off of heroin, but soon discovered it was more addictive than opium, oxy-meaning to cleanse, and cotin to induce the brain to produce levels of serotonin and edorphines, but once its all used up in the brain, its gone.
opiates (heroin, opium, codeine, morphine)
Heroin is an opiate.
I am a heroin addict and I do feel cold except when I am on heroin.
There are 91 drugs in Heroin
you snort it and if you get high then its heroin
Heroin is a narcotic drug, not a demon.