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Understanding AddictionDissociative drugs and hallucinogens give users an intensification of their senses, along with a detached otherworldly sensation. Ketamine has been useful in sedation with some legitimate medical purposes, but can also be abused. Most stimulants have no approved medical purpose aside form Ketamine.

PCP (Phenylcylohexyl piperdine) was developed in the 1950’s for medical anesthesia but was restricted in the 1960’s due to adverse side effects. It became commonly known as angel dust when it hit the streets in the 1960’s. It has some potent dissociative effects and has resulted in very dangerous situations when people become intoxicated from its use.

Other hallucinogens have been used by various cultural groups to induce religious or spiritual experiences. Dextromethorphan (DXM) is a medicine that has been used for a long time and very effectively as a cough suppressant. Unfortunately many youth deem it to be safer than other drugs and experiment with it. In large doses it does have a dissociative effect, and it is quite easy to obtain. DXM can be dangerous if ingested in large amounts.

Street Names:

  • acid
  • blotter
  • doses
  • hits
  • microdots
  • sugar cubes
  • tabs
  • window panes

Street Names:

  • caps
  • magic mushrooms
  • mushrooms
  • shrooms
  • cybin
  • psilocyn
  • god’s flesh
  • purple haze
  • mushies
  • freedom caps
  • liberty caps
  • hippie stew
  • boomers
  • hombrecitos
  • las mujercitas
  • little smoke
  • Mexican mushrooms
  • musk
  • sacred mushrooms
  • silly putty
  • simple simon
  • Mixed with MDMA
  • flower flipping
  • hippie flip
  • disco biscuits

Street Names:

  • buttons
  • cactus
  • mesc
  • Devil’s Root
  • dumpling cactus
  • Lophophora Williamsii
  • magic mushrooms
  • Mescal Buttons
  • Pellote
  • sacred mushrooms
  • Peyoti

Street Names:

  • Angel Dust
  • Hog
  • Ozone
  • Rocket Fuel
  • Shermans
  • Wack
  • Crystal
  • Embalming Fluid
  • PeaCe Pill
  • Lovely
  • Dust

Street Names:

  • Killer Joints
  • Super Grass
  • Fry
  • Lovelies
  • Wets
  • Waters
  • Ketaset
  • Ketalar
  • Ketalar SV
  • Ketanest
  • Ketanest S

Street Names:

  • Special K
  • K
  • Kit Kat
  • Super C
  • Super Acid
  • Cat Valium
  • Jet
  • Super Acid
  • Green
  • Special La Coke
  • Purple
  • Vitamin K
  • bump
  • honey oil
  • k-land
  • K-hole
  • baby food
  • God
  • near death

Street Names:

  • Dex
  • DXM
  • Robo
  • Skittles
  • Syrup
  • Triple-C
  • Vitamin-D
  • Tussin
  • Hallucinations, including seeing, hearing, touching, or smelling things in a distorted way or perceiving things that do not exist
  • Intensified feelings and sensory experiences (brighter colors, sharper sounds)
  • Mixed senses (“seeing” sounds or “hearing” colors)
  • Changes in sense or perception of time (time goes by slowly)

Persistent psychosis

  • Visual disturbances
  • Disorganized thinking
  • Paranoia
  • Mood disturbances
  • Hallucinations
  • Other visual disturbances (such as seeing halos or trails attached to moving objects)
  • Symptoms sometimes mistaken for neurological disorders (such as stroke or brain tumor)
  • Increased blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature
  • Dizziness and sleeplessness
  • Loss of appetite, dry mouth, and sweating
  • Numbness, weakness, and tremors
  • Impulsiveness and rapid emotional shifts that can range from fear to euphoria, with transitions so rapid that the user may seem to experience several emotions simultaneously
  • altered perception
  • altered feeling
  • increased heart rate
  • increased blood pressure
  • increased body temperature
  • anorexia
  • insomnia
  • numbness
  • weakness
  • tremors
  • delusions
  • hallucinations
  • paranoia
  • confusion
  • dissociation from reality
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • suicidality
  • memory loss
  • disordered speech
  • weight loss
  • hypotension
  • hypertension
  • bradycardia
  • tachycardia
  • tachypnea
  • hyperthermia
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • visual disturbances
  • drooling
  • loss of balance
  • violence
    seizures
  • coma
  • accidental injury
  • analgesia
  • sense of strength
  • sense of invulnerability
  • rapid eye movements
  • blank stare
  • persistent speech problems
  • dissociation
  • addiction
  • withdrawal
  • lethargy
  • delirium
  • sedation
  • chest pain
  • hallucinations/terrors
  • respiratory depression
  • tachycardia
  • loss of coordination
  • muscle rigidity
  • violent behavior
  • depression
  • euphoria
  • vomiting
  • nausea
  • numbness
  • amnesia
  • seizures
  • coma
  • death
  • bladder spasms
  • incontinence
  • renal failure
  • dissociative effects
  • (similar to ketamine and PCP)
  • distorted perceptions
  • distorted emotions
  • impaired motor function
  • numbness
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • tachycardia
  • arrhythmia
  • slurred speech
  • hypertension
  • hypoxic brain injury
  • hallucinations
  • impaired vision
  • sweating
  • fever
  • tachypnea
  • memory loss
  • coma
  • rapid eye movements
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