Morphine - MOP - MOR

Morphine MOP MOR


Screening Cut-off: 300 ng/ml
DEA Drug Class: Narcotic
Type: Prescription Drug
Trade Names: Astramorph Pf, Avinza, Doloral, Doloral Sirop, Duramorph Pf, Infumorph, Kadian, M-Eslon, M.O.S., Ms Contin, Ms/S, MSIR, Morphine Ir, Morphine Lp Epidural, Morphine Rapi-Ject, Morphitec, Oms, Oramorph Sr, Rms, Rescudose, Roxanol, Roxanol 100, Roxanol-T, Statex
Street Names: Aunti, Aunti Emma, Big H, Big O, Black Hash, Black Pill, Black Russian, Black Stuff, Black Tar, Boy, Brown, Buddha, China White, Chinese Molasses, Chinese Tobacco, Chocolate, Crank, Crop, Dopium, Dover’s Deck, Dover’s Powder, Downer, Dragon Rock, Dream Gun, Dream Stick, Dreams, Easing Powder, God’s Medicine, Gondola, Gong, Goric, Great Tobacco, Gum, H, Hard Stuff, Harry, Hell Dust, Hocus, Hops, Horse, Indonesian Bud, Jive, Joy Plant, Junk, M, Mexican Black Tar, Midnight Oil, Morph, Mud, Nose Drop, O, O.P., Pox, Shag, Shit, Skag, Smack, Tar, Thunder, Toxy, Toys, Zero A-Bomb

Drug Information

Morphine (MOP / MOR) is a prescription drug known as Serax, generally prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain. It is also a common metabolite of opiates morphine, codeine (methyl-morphine), and heroin (semi-synthetic derivatives of morphine). These opiates are commonly smoked, injected intravenously or intramuscularly, or swallowed.

Opiate use causes toxic effects which may include hypothermia, hypotension, papillary constriction, urinary retention, respiratory depression, pulmonary edema constipation, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, dizziness, apathy, confusion, and cold/clammy skin. Overdose can result in coma and/or death.

Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Drug Classification and Effects Information

  • Classification/Schedule II: Prescription drugs with high potential for abuse and physical dependency
  • Physical Dependency: High
  • Psychological Dependency: High
  • Tolerance: Yes
  • Possible Effects: Euphoria, drowsiness, respiratory depression, constricted pupils, nausea
  • Effects of Overdose: Slow and shallow breathing, clammy skin, convulsions, coma, possible death
  • Withdrawal Syndrome: Watery eyes, runny nose, yawning, loss of appetite, irritability, tremors, panic, cramps, nausea, chills and sweating