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  • Marijuana Marijuana What are the street names/slang terms? Aunt Mary, Boom, Chronic (Marijuana alone or with crack), Dope, Gangster, Ganja, Grass, Hash, Herb, Kif, Mary Jane, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Skunk, Weed, MJ, Blunt, Joint, Roach, Nail, Leafy Greens, Doob, Leaf, Wacky-Weed, Seeds, Stone What are its short-term effects? Short-term effects of marijuana include problems with memory and learning, distorted perception (sights, sounds, time, touch), trouble with thinking and problem solving, loss of motor coordination, increased heart rate, anxiety and or paranoia. A user may also experience dry mouth and throat. These effects are even greater when other drugs are mixed with weed.
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  • HASHISH Hashish Also referred to as: Hash, Black Hash, Hashbury, THC and Crystal Tea. Hashish and Hash Oil are derived from the cannabis plant, the same plant that produces marijuana leaves. Hashish is usually dried and broken into small pieces to be smoked in a pipe. It has a higher potency than marijuana. Hash Oil is extracted from the cannabis plant, then mixed with marijuana or tobacco and smoked. Hash Oil is more potent than both marijuana and Hashish. Here are some of the side effects: Increased Heart Rate; Impaired Short Term Memory; Bronchitis; Damage to Lung Tissues; and Reduced Concentration.
  • Ecstasy What are the street names/slang terms? Adam, E, Roll, X, XTC What are its short-term effects? Users report that Ecstasy produces intensely pleasurable effects — including an enhanced sense of self-confidence and energy. Effects include feelings of peacefulness, acceptance and empathy. Users say they experience feelings of closeness with others and a desire to touch others. Other effects can include involuntary teeth clenching, a loss of inhibitions, transfixion on sights and sounds, nausea, blurred vision, chills and/or sweating. Increases in heart rate and blood pressure, as well as seizures, are also possible. The stimulant effects of the drug enable users to dance for extended periods, which when combined with the hot crowded conditions usually found at raves, can lead to severe dehydration and hyperthermia or dramatic increases in body temperature. This can lead to muscle breakdown and kidney, liver and cardiovascular failure. Cardiovascular failure has been reported in some of the Ecstasy-related fatalities. After-effects can include sleep problems, anxiety and depression.
  • Hallucinogenic Mushrooms Also referred to as: Shrooms, Caps and Magic Mushrooms. A hallucinogen formerly used in native rituals, Hallucinogenic Mushrooms are ingested to produce a euphoric state. Shrooms, as they are informally known, can be eaten, brewed in tea, dried into capsule form or dried and mixed with tobacco or marijuana and smoked. Because there are so many different varieties of mushrooms (over 2500), it is almost impossible to predict the effects. Some side effects from hallucinogenic mushrooms are: Dilated Pupils; Aggression; Confusion; Elevated Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, and Body Temperature; Psychological Dependence; and Physical Tolerance.
  • LSD • • • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: Acid, Boomers, Microdot, Cube, Trips, Tabs, Doses, Hits, Yellow Sunshine, Dots, Electric Kool-Aid, Illusion, Mesc, Sunshine, White Lightening, Zen and Trips. Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) or Acid is the most potent hallucinogen known to man. It is available in tablet, liquid and crystal form. The effects of LSD are unpredictable and depend on the personality, mood, expectations and surroundings of the abuser. The effects can last 2-3 hours for a smaller dose, up to 10-12 hours for a larger dose. With continued use, an abuser’s tolerance level increase which causes them to take larger doses to feel any effects. LSD does not induce compulsive drug seeking behavior like Cocaine or Heroin, but is still very harmful to the body. Some side effects from using LSD are: Hallucinations; Disorientation; Elevated Heart Rate and Blood Pressure; Tremors; Sense of time and Sense of Self Changes; Extreme Mood Swings; Anxiety; Flashbacks; and Psychosis.
  • Inhalants • • • • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: Air Blast, Bagging, Boppers, Buzz Bomb, Climax, Gluey, Hippie Crack, Huffing, Kick, Moon Gas, Oz, Pearls, Poor Man’s Pot, Quicksilver, Snappers, Snorting and Thrust.Whippet. Known as sniffing, snorting, bagging and huffing. Inhalants cause severe damage to the brain and nervous center. They act to slow down body functions and can cause intoxicating effects. Inhalants can cause death as they can directly induce heart failure. Suffocation can occur if oxygen is replaced in the lungs by the inhalant. Side effects: Visual Hallucinations; Numbness and Loss of Muscle Control; Muscle Weakness; Abdominal Pain; Decrease or Loss of Sense of Smell; Nausea; Violent Behavior; Brain Damage; Nervous System Damage; and Chemical Imbalances.
  • GHB • Also referred to as: G, Liquid X, Cap, Scoop, Goop, Georgia Home Boy, Salty Water, Vita-G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Nature’s Quaalude and Cherry Meth. • A synthetic depressant used as an industrial solvent. It is virtually undetectable when it is slipped into someone’s drink, though it does have a slightly salty taste that is usually masked by the taste of the drink. It is cleared from the body quickly and not detectable in regular blood tests. Once administered in large doses, the victim can become unconscious within 15 minutes and in a coma like state in a half hour.
  • Rohypnol • Also referred to as: Roofies, R-2, Forget Pills, Forget Me Drugs, Downers, Stupefi and Valley Girl. • A sedative ten times stronger than Valium. It is medically used for treating sleeping disorders and is illegal in North America. It is available in tablet form or an injectable form. Once administered, the effects begin within 15 minutes and can last for up to 12 hours. After 72 hours, the drug is no longer detectable in blood and urine tests. Manufacturers are now adding a dye to the drug that reacts with liquid so that the victim is aware that something has been added to their drink. This has only increased the use of GHB. • Here are some of the side effects: • Poor Coordination; • Decreased Heart Rate and Blood Pressure; • Muscle Relaxation; • Memory Impairment; • Amnesia; • Tremors; • Loss of Consciousness; • Coma; and • Death.
  • Ritalin • • • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: Kibbles and Bits, Pineapple, West Coast, Vitamin R and Pharming. A stimulant prescribed to treat Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is described as being similar to cocaine. It is usually crushed and snorted or dissolved in water and injected. As it is a stimulant, some abusers use it to stay awake for long periods of time. Side effects from Ritalin are: Dilated Pupils; Sweating; Increased Body Temperature; Elevated Heart Rate; Elevated Blood Pressure; Dangerously High Body Temperature; Paranoia; Lethal Seizures; and Heart Failure.
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  • Hydrocodone -Vicodin • Also referred to as: Vike, Vics, Watson-387, V-Itamin and Vikings. • A legal opiate prescribed for pain that has qualities similar to morphine, Vicodin is the most commonly abused form of Hydrocodone. It is available in both pill and liquid form and is highly addictive. Prolonged abuse of Hydrocodone can lead to severe liver damage.
  • Oxycodone • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: Oxycontin, Oxy and Percs. Oxycondone, or Oxycontin as it is commonly called, is a prescription pain reliever that is twice as potent as morphine. It is usually crushed, then snorted or injected. Many abusers use it as a substitute for heroin and to help with withdrawal symptoms. Note: The makers of OxyContin are changing their formula. For more information, please see our “News” section. Side effects include: Drowsiness; Constipation; Depressed Respiration; Physical Tolerance; Psychological and Physical Dependence; Lowered Heart Rate, Blood Pressure; Closing of the Throat; Loss of Consciousness; Coma; and Seizures.
  • Methamphetamine • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: Speed, Meth, Crystal Meth, Crank, Tweak, Go-fast, Ice, Glass, Uppers, Black Beauties, Uppers and Speedball. Can be smoked, snorted, injected or taken orally depending on the form. It is highly addictive immediately and is extremely damaging to the central nervous system. One of the more common street forms today is Crystal Meth. It is colorless and odorless and is easily produced. The production of Meth leave a lot of toxic waste behind. For every pound of Meth produced, 5-7 pounds of toxic waste is left behind. Side effects include: Inflammation of Heart Lining; Rapid and Irregular Heart Rate; Irreversible Stroke-Producing Damage to Small Blood Vessels; Clouded Mental Functions; Aggression and Irritability; Hyperthermia; and Convulsions.
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  • Cocaine • • • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: 24-7, B.J.’s, Badrock, Jelly Beans, Rooster, Tornado, Ice, Beamers, Bolo, Coke, Crank, Rock, Space, Snow, Nose Candy, Flake, Blow. Big C, Lady, Snowbirds and White. The most potent stimulant of natural origin, Cocaine used to be used for medical purposes but it was found is was too addictive to continue this practice. It is extracted from the Coca Bush and the majority of Cocaine is produced in Columbia. There are two forms of Cocaine, a powdered form and a freebase form known as Crack. The powdered form is snorted or dissolved in water and injected while Crack is smoked in a pipe. The effects of Crack are more rapid and intense than Cocaine, but they do not last as long. Crack has a more rapid addiction potential, but both are considered to be highly addictive. Side effects include: Blurred Vision and Dilated Pupils; Tremors and Twitching; Chest Pain and/or Pressure; Elevated Heart Rate and Blood Pressure; Paranoia; Impotence; Seizures; Stroke; and Permanent Damage to Nasal Passage
  • Desmethyl Fentanyl “Facebook” • Please be advised that there’s a new illegally-produced synthetic drug floating around out there that can cause serious harm if you come into contact with it. The drug is called Desmethyl Fentanyl — a chemicallymodified derivative of the powerful prescription painkiller Fentanyl — and is reportedly “40 times more potent than heroin and 80 times stronger than morphine.” • Inspector Marc Riopel of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) said that “even though officers were wearing masks and gloves, still by being in contact with the product, they suffered from mild injuries. One of them had to hospitalized because of a heart condition.” • Montreal police — the SPVM — said further they found sophisticated equipment used to produce industrial quantities of drugs. Apparently, one machine seized “was capable of producing at least one pill per second.” • SPVM released an image which shows the seized drugs bearing the typical copycat “branding” imprints — such as the Facebook logo, evident in the picture above and right — in an effort to market the drug to our kids.
  • Heroin • • • • • • • • • • Also referred to as: Smack, H, Skag, Thunder, Junk, Black Tar, Heaven, Wings, Stuff, Skid, Shoot and Witch. An illegal opiate derived from Morphine, Heroin is usually injected but it can be snorted or smoked. There has been a recent shift from injection use to snorting and sniffing. Heroin users have a very high risk of contracting deadly diseases due to needle sharing and the use of dirty needles. Side effects include: Depressed Respiratory Rate; Clouded Mental Function; Scarred and/or Collapsed Veins; Bacterial Infections of Blood Vessels and Heart Valves; Liver or Kidney Disease; Lung Complications; and Fatal Overdose.
  • Huffing/Smoking Alcohol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEglizRVsIo