Are black opium klarna (also known as black glass peepers) popular in the entertainment world? I have a few friends who use them, and they all seem to have a great time whenever they buy them. However, I also know several people who avoid them like the plague, and for good reason. Why is this so? I will explore some of the factors that have led to my friends' distaste for them, and hopefully by the end of this article you will have a better understanding of why this type of substance may not be exactly the drug of choice for everyone.
One factor that leads many people to turn to heroin or prescription pain killers when they run out of options is the "cool factor." When I was young, I used to see a couple of friends who were dealers of both, and I would ask them about their choices for a high. Their response was always "black heroin" or "Black Opium Klarna", because I had never heard of black opium before.
Another factor that leads people to use them is because of their relatively high cost compared to other forms of drug use. Because it is harder to manufacture, black opium tends to be much more expensive than the white variety. This can put black users at a serious disadvantage when trying to decide between using it or getting a legal prescription. Although I don't think it's fair to pit black versus white heroin or OxyContin against each other, they do share a lot of similar characteristics. If you're thinking of trying either of them, keep these factors in mind.