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    • Drugs of Abuse

    According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the most commonly abused drugs are listed below with their street names:

    •Alcohol (beer, wine and liquor)
    •Club Drugs (special K, roofies, liquid ecstacy, jet, GHB)
    •Cocaine (coke, snow, flake, blow)
    •Heroin (smack, H, ska, junk)
    •Inhalants (poppers, snappers, whippets)
    •LSD (acid, blotter, dots)
    •Marijuana (pot, ganga, weed, grass, 420)
    •MDMA (Ecstasy) (molly, XTC, X, love drug, bean)
    •Methamphetamine (speed, meth, chalk, ice, crystal)
    •Tobacco Addiction
    •PCP/Phencyclidine (angel dust, ozone, whack, rocket fuel)
    •Prescription Drugs (oxy, cotton, blue, 40, 80)
    •Steroids (Anabolic) (juice, gym candy, pumpers, stackers)
    •Emerging Drugs (K2/spice, bath salts, salvia)

    For further information and to learn more about these drugs and their effects on the brain and body, statistics and trends, visit National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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