It is referred to as the zombie drug because it often knocks users out for hours or makes them unresponsive. Even worse it damages human tissue. And that can lead to infections or in a growing number of cases amputations.
“Tranq is wreaking havoc on the East Coast,” said Dr. Dunford.
In the face of this crisis, it is essential for policymakers and communities to work together to find solutions to prevent the spread of “Tranq” and help those affected by addiction.