Morphine was discovered over 200 years ago, and given its name after Morpheus, the god of dreams.
Since then, the powerful opioid has been abused and given many different street names.
Popular Street Names For Morphine
Morphine is very addictive and produces intense euphoria when abused.
Both liquid and pill forms of morphine are sold on the street, usually referred to by their street names.
Street names for morphine:
- first line
- god’s drug
- joy juice
- miss emma
- mister blue
- white stuff
- white lady
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Salt and sugar is the street name for morphine that has been crushed into powder form.
Street Names For Combinations Of Morphine And Other Drugs
Mixing an opioid with any other substance, including other opioids, can quickly lead to an overdose.
A “speedball” is a street name for a combination of an opioid (like morphine) and a stimulant (like cocaine).
Locating Treatment Options For Morphine Addiction
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- U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) — Slang Terms and Code Words: A Reference for Law Enforcement Personnel
- U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) — Morphine
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) — Commonly Used Drug Charts
- The University of Chicago Medicine — As morphine turns 200, drug that blocks its side effects reveals new secrets