Drugs plus Their Effects
Mushrooms and LSD are hallucinogenic. This is the page that gives you the facts on drugs plus the effects of steroids, tobacco, PCP, inhalants, Ritalin, Designer Drugs, LSD and Inhalants.
Other names for them are: shrooms, caps, magic mushrooms They’re eaten, brewed and drunk in tea. These are hallucinogens, Many users buy hallucinogenic mushroom spores via mail order. The effect will increase blood pressure, sweating, nausea and hallucinations.
LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide)
This is the most common hallucinogenic. They are often decorated with colorful designs or cartoon characters for appeal. More names for LSD are: acid, microdot, tabs, doses, trips, hits, sugar cubes. It is taken orally, or by a gelatin/liquid that is put in the eye.
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Another hallucinogen, commonly known as angel dust, ozone, rocket fuel, peace pill, elephant tranquilizer and dust. PCP is snorted, smoked, used orally or injected. Marijuana joints can be dipped into PCP without the smoker being aware of it. Negative effects include: hallucinations, out-of-body experiences, impaired motor coordination, inability to feel pain, respiratory attack, disorientation, fear, panic, aggressive behavior, increased risk of exposure to HIV, hepatitis, and other infectious diseases if it’s injected as well as death.
Ritalin is a stimulant that’s referred to as speed, or west coast. The tablet is crushed and the powder is snorted or injected. Ritalin is often prescribed to children with attention deficit problems and it often bought or stolen from classmates. The negative effects are: loss of appetite, fever, convulsions and severe headaches. There is increased risk of exposure to HIV, hepatitis, and other infections, paranoia, hallucinations, repetitive movements, tremors and muscular twitching.
The molecular structure of an existing drug or drugs creates a new substance known as 'designer' drugs. These drugs plus others are stimulants, and are often known as synthetic heroin, and goodfella. They are injected, sniffed or smoked. Negative effects include instant respiratory paralysis. There is a strong possibility of overdose due to potency and they have many of the same effects as heroin.
Otherwise known as Rhoids or juice, are taken orally or injected into the muscle. Steroid users subject themselves to more than 70% of potentially harmful side effects: liver cancer, sterility, masculine traits in women, feminine traits in men, aggression, acne, mood swings. Many professional athletes and body builders use these drugs plus other things to enhance their performance – a problem when they are role models to others. To read more search
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Tobacco is legal and according to American statistics 1 in 5 12th graders are daily smokers. Drugs plus tobacco is consumed as cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco (chew, dip, snuff). The negative effects are: addiction, heart disease, cancer of the lung, larynx, esophagus, bladder, pancreas, kidney and mouth. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis, spontaneous aborting and low birth weight are other side effects.
Otherwise known as laughing gas, whippets, aerosol sprays, cleaning fluids, and solvents. The vapor in these products is inhaled. There are literally hundreds of legal household products that can be sniffed (or huffed) to get high. All of these inhalants are toxic and can cause headaches, muscle weakness, abdominal pain, severe mood swings and violence, nausea, nose bleeds, liver, lung and kidney damage, dangerous chemical imbalances in the body, lack of coordination, fatigue, loss of appetite, decrease in heart and respiratory rates, hepatitis, or peripheral neuropathy when used over time.
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(Source: US. Government Initiative on Educational Excellence)