“My patients are sometimes my best teachers, so when one of them mentioned a new opioid drug, I searched for information online. This new drug is called Pink, or Pinky, but its chemical name is U-47700.
This drug was first developed in the 1970’s by a scientist at Upjohn, a pharmaceutical company. This drug has never been studied in humans, but produces a strong opioid-type effect due to its action at the mu opioid receptor. It’s quite powerful, with estimated potency at seven or eight times that of morphine.
Last year, forty to eighty overdose deaths in the U.S. were attributed to this drug, depending on which source you read. As a man-made research drug, it was legal to obtain until late last year, when the DEA placed U-47700 on Schedule 1 status. This means it is no longer legal to buy online, and that it has a high potential for causing addiction and harm.”
Read more at: https://janaburson.wordpress.com/2017/02/05/u-47700/
Source: Dr. Jana Burson – February 5, 2017