The 'Zombie Drug' Spreading Across The U.S.

Cities all throughout the country are being destroyed by a new medicine that has horrible adverse effects.

Xylazine, sometimes referred to as "tranq" or "zombie drug," is becoming more well-liked in significant American metro regions. 

The substance is well-known for its propensity to make users' skin deteriorate. 

The FDA claims that the medicine produces symptoms that are difficult to distinguish from those associated with opioid usage.

The substance induces a calming and sedative feeling in the person.

Xylazine is not prohibited in itself because the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved it for use by veterinarians but not by people.

Shawn Westfahl, an outreach worker, told The New York Times that "Philly is too late." "Philly’s supply is saturated.  They must hear our tale if other areas of the nation can choose to avoid it.

Due to the drug's use, open sores frequently develop and spread on the skin. If unattended, the skin may deteriorate or result in an even more gruesome outcome: amputation.

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