For the first time in United States history, there was over 100,000 overdose deaths in a 12-month period.

Fentanyl is increasingly responsible for the growing amount of accidental overdoses. Currently, more than 60% of drug overdoses involve fentanyl. It is now more important than ever to know the risk of contamination of street drugs, signs of an overdose, test your substance with the Solution Test Strip and carry Naloxone.


Fentanyl is a potent synthtetic opioid manufactured pharmaceutically for severe pain management. It is also made for non-pharmaceutical form. it is about 50x more potent than heroin and 80x stronger than morphine.

In a clinical setting, fentanyl is prescribed in a lozenge, patch or pill form. It is frequently used during cancer treatments.

Illicit fentanyl is cheap to make and easy to produce. It is being distributed throuhout the U.S. No community is immune from its impact.

It is also a significant contributor to our growing overdose epidemic. Street drugs such as heroin, cocaine and meth are being contaminated with fentanyl. No pill is safe unless it came from legitimate pharmacy.

Fentanyl is the primary driver of overdose deaths in the U.S.

Overdose involving opioids rose 38%

Overdose involving fentanyl rose 56%


Source of information NCA/PDA