Gray Death


Gray Death can be composed of heroin, fentanyl, carfentanil, U-47700, other synthetic opioids and unknown additives. Buy Gray Death Today and get a discount for bulk orders…


Gray Death is an illicit opioid combination of powerful and dangerous drugs that have led to several fatal overdoses in the U.S. in 2017. The designer, synthetic drug is said to be many more times potent than heroin. Overdoses have been reported in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

Gray Death gets its name partly from its ashy appearance, which is described as similar to concrete mixing powder, also coming in the form of rocks or chunks. The “Death” part is, of course, due to how incredibly dangerous it is, to the point where it can kill you with a single dose. And when you consider the ingredients that make Gray Death so astonishingly potent, it’s not hard to see how.

So far, medical experts have been unable to elucidate all of the specific contents of Gray Death, as it is a cocktail of many synthetic opioids, the amounts of which can vary depending on who makes it and how they do it. However, there are at least four ingredients that are the key components of the drug:

  • Heroin: a highly-addictive opioid drug made from morphine and is commonly abused for its euphoric effects. It accounted for more than 12,000 overdose deaths in 2015.
  • U-47700: A designer drug with effects similar to that of an opioid, but 7.5 times stronger than morphine. U-47700 was developed in the 1970s with the goal of treating severe pain associated with surgery and cancer but was never actually tested on humans or implemented. However, the patent for it is publicly available, with instructions on how to produce it, making it easy for drug labs to create and sell it.
  • Fentanyl: An opioid pain medication that is 100 times more powerful than morphine. Also meant to be used as a surgical anesthetic, Fentanyl abuse is growing at an alarming rate quickly moving to the forefront of the opioid crisis with a 540 percent rise in overdose deaths in the last three years. In 2016, Fentanyl was responsible for more than 20,000 deaths. In 2012, Fentanyl was detected in roughly four percent of overdose deaths in the US. In 2017, in just the span of January to August, it was found in 81 percent overdose deaths.
  • Carfentanil: An analog of Fentanyl, Carfentanil is one of the most potent commercially-used opioids, meant to be used as a tranquilizer for large animals like elephants. It is a whopping 10,000 times stronger than morphine, with a toxicity that has been compared to that of nerve gas. Carfentanil is often taken by users who believe they are taking heroin, as heroin is increasingly being cut with Carfentanil or just sold as heroin since Carfentanil is cheaper, easier to acquire, and easier to make.

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