Drug and street term: Pinky
To better inform everyone, we had a roundtable discussion with teens from Inspirations for Youth and Families about drug and street terms everyone may want to know. The definition below is based on collective information gathered from teens within our rehab and online research.
Pinky (n.) – Street name for the synthetic opiate drug U-47700.
Inspirations Teen Opiate Abuse Treatment
Opiate abuse among teens have been increased and show no signs of slowing down. From codeine and percocet to u-74770 Inspirations is prepared to deal with all forms of teen opiate treatment. The Inspirations staff is here to help teens to form new and healthy habits. Additionally, they acquire coping skills they can use in their everyday life.
The drug U-47700 is one to be on proper guard for as more and more people have been making the switch. Although it is a temporary ban within the U.S. many are ordering this drug from online. Similar to other opiates, pinky can cause respiratory depression if not administered properly. Find out more about U-4770 here.
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