A reddish-brown heavy-scented addictive drug prepared from the juice of the opium poppy, used as a narcotic and in medicine as an analgesic,
A reddish-brown heavy-scented addictive drug prepared from the juice of the opium poppy, used as a narcotic and in medicine as an analgesic
an addictive narcotic extracted from seed capsules of the opium poppy
Opium is the debut album by KMFDM released in 1984. There were only 200 cassette copies made. The album was re-released in 2002 by KMFDM Records. It was originally recorded in Hamburg, Germany.
Opium is an Oriental-spicy perfume created for fashion brand Yves Saint Laurent (YSL) by perfumer Jean Amic and Jean-Louis Sieuzac of Roure, first marketed in 1977. Its top notes are a mixture of fruit and spices, with mandarin orange, plum, clove, coriander and pepper, as well as bay leaf. ...
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A yellow-brown, addictive narcotic drug obtained from the dried juice of unripe pods of the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum, and containing alkaloids such as morphine, codeine, and papaverine; Anything that numbs or stupefies
To dream of opium, signifies strangers will obstruct your chances of improving your fortune, by sly and seductive means.
The opium poppy is the key ingredient for all narcotics. Opium is used to make heroin. It most often looks like a black or brown block of tar-like substance. Opium is smoked. Short-term effects: Opium can cause euphoria, followed by a sense of well-being and a calm drowsiness or sedation. ...
Afghanistan is the world's largest producer of opium. Bin Laden's organization reportedly makes some of its money providing security for opium shipments.
The gum formed by the drying juice from the unripened fruit (pods) of the poppy (Papaver somniferum). Opium use as an analgesic predates written history; most likely originating in Mesopotamia (NPEC 2006).
Depressant drug extracted from the sap of the opium poppy. In this raw, unrefined state, the drug is widely used recreationally, though less so in the UK.
 Etymologically, opium means ‘little juice.’ It comes via Latin from Greek ópion ‘poppy juice,’ which originated as a diminutive form of opós ‘juice.’ This in turn may be related to Persian āb ‘water.’ The derivative opiate  comes via medieval Latin opiātus.
A resinous sap extracted from the bulb of the opium poppy plant (Papaver somniferum) that contains numerous alkaloids, the most important of which is morphine. When smoked or eaten, the processed opium resin induces a state of dreamlike euphoria. Taken repeatedly, opium is highly addictive.
was used to help control mild pain through much of the 1800’s. It was sold over the counter in drug stores in the form of a pill, or as Laudanum.
The oldest drug, made from the dried juice distilled from part of the poppy flower. Similar to morphine, it causes terrible withdrawal symptoms. At the time, it was forbidden throughout the country as a strong drug that could destroy a country.