Friday, February 22nd, 2019

Symptoms of Cocaine Overdose

Symptoms of Cocaine Overdose Cocaine is a Schedule II controlled substance, which means that, although it is an illicit drug, it has some medical uses. Cocaine is a local anesthetic. It is applied to certain areas of the body (for example, the nose, mouth, or throat) to cause loss of feeling or numbness. This allows […]

Ketamollicaine

Ketamolliecaine There is no limit on the lengths people will go to get high. Whether it’s taking large doses of over-the-counter medications (e.g. “Robo-tripping”), creating chemical laden substances sold “legally” and labeled “not for human consumption” (e.g. “Spice”, “Bath Salts”), or combining  street drugs (e.g. “candy-flipping”, “speed-balling”), the drug world is always evolving. Ketamine, molly […]

The link between Cocaine Use and Anorexia

April 8, 2013 by  
Filed under Addiction, Cocaine, Eating Disorders

The link between cocaine use and anorexia is becoming more and more apparent to researchers. The frequency of the co-occurring disorders, especially in young women, is influencing the way people look at the two issues. It is not uncommon for people with eating disorders to use some kind of substance whether it is cocaine or […]

Cocaine Use 2012

November 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Cocaine

Cocaine Use in 2012 Cocaine use in 2012 is on the decline. Once one of the country’s most popular drugs of abuse, cocaine use in 2012 has been largely overthrown by the prescription painkiller epidemic and the rising “designer drug” fad.  Even though cocaine use is far less common than it once was, the infamous […]

Long-Term Effects of Cocaine Use

April 23, 2012 by  
Filed under Substance Abuse

Long-Term Effects of Cocaine Use By Jenny Hunt Cocaine is a powerful stimulant. It creates a feeling of euphoria, which makes it extremely addictive. The powdered form of cocaine can be snorted or dissolved in water and then injected. Crack is the street name given to the form of cocaine that has been processed to […]