Strong pain medications such as morphine and ketamine did not help.
All the junkies try to transfer to them, for the abundance of morphine.
The easiest way to convince a croaker to write a “script” for morphine is to fake gallstones or kidney stones.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the morphine derivative is the most addictive drug in its class.
The Queen's bloodstock adviser indicated in a statement that this is the suspected source of the morphine.
One contains no quinine at all—it is all morphine and atropine.
Sara was suffering so frightfully after his trip that he took his morphine.
The latter should be given in the same dose, as a rule, regardless of the amount of morphine taken.
Simply because the criminal put a little atropine, or belladonna, with the morphine.
It is one of the most valuable means for overcoming the bad effects of the morphine habit.
chief alkaloid of opium, 1828, from French morphine or German Morphin (1816), name coined by German apothecary Friedrich Sertürner (1783-1840) in reference to Latin Morpheus, Ovid's name for the god of dreams, from Greek morphe "form, shape, beauty, outward appearance," perhaps from PIE *merph-, a possible Greek root meaning "form," of unknown origin. So called because of the drug's sleep-inducing properties.
morphine mor·phine (môr'fēn')
A bitter crystalline alkaloid extracted from opium, the soluble salts of which are used in medicine as an analgesic, a light anesthetic, or a sedative. Also called morphia.