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Illegal opoid Kamini sold ‘under the counter’ inAustralia’s Indian grocery stores

Desperate taxi drivers are hooked on opiates they are convinced will help them work through the night improve their sex lives.

A report on the treatment of 12 drivers found they were addicted illegal kamini balls, containing morphine and codeine.

The opiates are smuggled into Australia in bags of rice and sold under the counter at hundreds of small ethnic grocers, sources told Daily Mail Australia. 

Jeremy Hayllar, clinical director of the Alcohol and Drug Service in North Brisbane, said the patient in the trial, released on Friday, confirmed they bought their drugs in this manner.

But use and supply of the drug, which is banned from importation and sale in Australia, could be much wider.

‘This is a cash product with 200 times profit [of what it costs] so every grocery store has it,’ one…

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