Drug Information

Drug Name What is it? Street Name How is it used? How does it affect your body?
Narcotics (Opioids)
Non-synthetic narcotic extracted from the poppy plant, made into a liquid, powder, or solid. Big O, Molasses, Gee, Midnight Oil, Zero, Guma, Dream Gun Smoked, injected, or pill form Euphoric rush, relief of physical pain, addictive, coma, seizures, loss of consciousness
Narcotics (Opioids)
Semi-synthetic opioid drug prescribed for pain. Oxy, Ox, Perc, Kicker  Pill form, crushed and snorted, dissolved in water and injected Euphoric rush, relief of physical pain, addiction, coma, seizures, loss of consciousness
Narcotics (Opioids)
An opiate drug processed from morphine and extracted from certain poppy plants. Dog food, Black Tar, Smack, Junk, Horse Injected, smoked, or snorted Highly addictive, euphoric rush 
Physical symptoms of use: dry mouth, flushing of the skin, small pupils, nausea, drowsiness, and respiratory depression
Narcotics (Opioids)
A synthetic opioid that is 80-100 times more potent than morphine. Fentanyl is often used as a cutting agent to increase the potency of heroin and counterfeit pills. Poison, Tango & Cash, Apache, Apace, China Girl, Dance Fever  Laced fentanyl is typically injected or inhaled like heroin Euphoric rush, nausea, seizures, reduced blood pressure, slowed respiration, fainting, death 
Narcotics (Opioids)
A non-synthetic narcotic made from opium for pain relief.  Dreamer, God's Drug, First Line, Hows, Emsel, MS, Mister Blue, Morpho, Unkie Injected, oral solutions, tablets or capsules Euphoric rush, relief of pain, and addictive 
Narcotics (Opioids)
A synthetic opioid prescribed as Methadose used for detoxification and maintenance of opioid use disorder. Amidone, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Fizzies, Maria, Pastora, Salvia, Street Methadone, Water Tablet, capsule, and liquid Sweating, itchy skin, sleepiness, addictive
White, crystalline powder derived from coca leaves.  Blow, Coca, Coke, Crack, Crank, Flake, Rock, Snow, Soda Cot Snorted and Dissolved in water and injected. Crack Cocaine is smoked. Euphoric rush, increased blood pressure and heart rate, anxiety, paranoia, insomnia, loss of appetite, sudden cardiac arrest, and convulsion
A stimulant that speeds up the body's system. Crystal meth resembles glass and is an illegally converted version of the prescription drug that is cooked with over-the-counter drugs in meth labs. Meth, Speed, Crystal, Crank, Ice, Tweak, Trash, Shabu Snorted, smoked, injected, or pill form Highly addictive, agitation, increased heart rate and blood pressure, anxiety, stroke or death
Ecstasy or MDMA
Known as a party drug, ecstasy comes in pill or powder form; pill has a variety of logos and colors. Molly, Adam, Bean, E, MDMA, Go, Lover's Speed, Peace, X Tablet, capsule, occasionally smoked, crushed and snorted, powder, crystal, liquid Increased motor activity, alertness, heart rate, blood pressure, muscle tension, tremors, euphoric rush, chills, blurred vision, severe dehydration, paranoia, anxiety, a sharp increase in body temperature 
Bath Salts
Designer Drug
Synthetic stimulants sold online, in convenience stores, and "head shops" under various names. Resemble Epsom salts and labeled, "Not for human consumption." Erroneously sold as bath salts, plant food, and research chemicals.  Bliss, Blue Silk, Cloud Nine, Drone, Ivory Wave, Lunar wave, White Dove, Starburst, White Lightening Snorted, smoked, orally, or put into a solution and injected Insomnia, irritability, dizziness, feelings of empathy, stimulation, alertness, euphoria, and sensory awareness, paranoia, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, sweating, nausea, prolonged panic attacks, or death
Flakka (alpha-PVP)
Designer Drug
A dangerous drug that is similar to the street drug commonly known as bath salts. Flakka is typically white or pink in color, and is found in crystal form Gravel Snorted, injected, vaporized, or eaten Paranoia and hallucinations that may lead to violent aggression and self-injury, overdose or death
Spice/K2, Synthetic Marijuana
Designer Drug
A synthetic version of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that is sprayed with synthetic psychoactive chemicals. Often looks like potpourri and typically labeled, "not for human consumption."  Bliss, Black Mamba, Blaze, Bombay Blue, Fake Weed, Legal Weed, Genie, Zohai, Red X, Dawn Scooby Skunk, Snax smoked using "joints", pipes, E-cigarettes, as a tea Paranoia, anxiety, panic attacks, hallucinations, and giddiness, addictive, increase in heart rate and blood pressure, convulsions, organ damage, or death
A depressant drug used to help sleep, relieve anxiety and muscle spasms, and prevent seizures. Prescribed names: Fiorina, Pentothal, Seconal, or Nembutal Barbs, Block Busters, Christmas Trees, Goof Balls, Pinks, Red Devils, Reds & Blues, Yellow Jackets Pill or injecting a liquid Lack of inhibition, relief of anxiety, sleepiness; impairment of memory, judgment and coordination, irritability, paranoia, suicidal thoughts, and overdose  
Depressants that produce sedation, induce sleep, relieve anxiety, and prevent seizures. Prescribed as Valium, Xanax, Restoril, Ativan, Klonopin Benzos, Downers, Nerve Pills, Tranks Orally or crushed and snorted Calming, euphoria, vivid or disturbing dreams, Amnesia, hostility, irritability, and overdose
GHB-Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid
Prescribed as Xyrem, it is also known as the, "date rape drug." It comes in a liquid or as a white powder that is dissolved in water, juice, or alcohol. In liquid form, GHB is clear and colorless and slightly salty in taste. G, Georgia Home Boy, Goop, Grievous Bodily Harm, Liquid X, Scoop, Liquid Ecstacy Liquid mixed in a beverage or white powder dissolved in a liquid Hallucinations, euphoria, drowsiness, decreased anxiety, excitement and aggressive behavior, addictive, and overdose
Prescription stimulants used to treat Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Prescribed as Adderall, Concerta, Dexedrine, Focalin, Metadate, Methylin, Ritalin Bennies, Black Beauties, Crank, Ice, Speed, Uppers Orally or injected. "Ice" or crystallized methamphetamine hydrochloride is smoked Increased body temperature, blood pressure and pulse rates, insomnia, loss of appetite, physical exhaustion, hallucinations, violent and erratic behavior, and overdose
A stimulant drug made from the leaves and twigs, of evergreen shrub. Active ingredients are cathine and cathinone.  Abyssinian Tea, African Salad, Catha, Chat, Kat, Miraa, Oat, Qat, Quaadka  Chewed, smoked, or sprinkled on food
Dried Khat is used as a tea or chewable paste
Manic behavior with grandiose delusions, depression, suicidal thoughts, hallucinations, paranoia, nightmares, euphoria, increased alertness and energy, increase in blood pressure and heart rate, insomnia, gastric disorders
DXM (Dextromethorphan)
Cough Suppressor
A cough suppressor found in many over-the-counter medications such as cough syrup, tablets, capsules, or powder. CCC, DXM, Poor Man's PCP, Robo, Skittles, Triple C Drinking cough syrup or swallowing tablets, capsules, or powder Increase in perceptual awareness, altered time perception, hallucinations, confusion, addictive, loss of coordination, slurred speech, sweating, and lethargy 
General, short-acting anesthetic with hallucinogenic effects.  Special K, Cat Valium, Kit Kat, K, Super Acid, Super K, Purple, Special La Coke, Jet, Vitamin K Injected, liquid mixed with liquids, powder that is snorted, mixed in with drinks, or smoke Halluncinatory effects that last 30-60 minutes, immobility, amnesia, agitation, depression, unconsciousness, flashbacks, hallucinations
A very strong hallucinogen sold on streets that is odorless and colorless with high potential for abuse. Acid, Blotter Acid, Dots, Mellow Yellow, Window Pane Added to absorbent paper such as blotter paper divided into square dosage units, tablet, capsules, liquid form Hallucinations, distorted perception of shape and size of objects, colors, and sounds, acute anxiety and depression, flashbacks, elevated heart rate, higher body temperature, increased blood pressure, dilated pupils, and overdose
A synthetically produced hallucinogen. Angel Dust, Boat, Crystal, Embalming Fluid, Hog, Ozone, Rocket Fuel, Shermans, Supergrass, Tic Tac, Wack, Zoom Tablet or capsules are swallowed. 
In powder form, snorted. Leafy material sprayed or dipped in liquid and smoke
Induces distortion of sight and sound, feelings of detachment, disorientation, sedation, immobility, amnesia, numbness, slurred speech, loss of coordination, feeling of strength, increased blood pressure, rapid and shallow breathing
Invisible, volatile substances found in common household products such as felt tip markers, spray paint, air freshener, typewriter correction fluid, computer cleaners, and glue. Huff, Rush, Whippets, Gluey Inhaled through nose or mouth, huffing inhalant-soaked rag stuffed in mouth, inhaling from balloon with nitrous oxide, sniffing or snorting the substance from a container or dispenser, inhaling fumes from substances in a bag.  Feeling less inhibition, loss of consciousness, brain damage, slurred speech, loss of coordination, euphoria, dizziness, damage to nervous system and organs 
Narcotics (Opioids)
Prescribed as Dilaudid as a pain reliever that is 2-8x more potent than morphine but shorter duration and greater sedation.  D, Dillies, Dust, Footballs, Juice, Smack Orally or by injecting tablets dissolved in solution Euphoria, relaxation, sedation, and reduced anxiety, constipation, nausea, vomiting, impaired coordination, loss of appetite, rash, slow or rapid heartbeat, changes in blood pressure, and overdose.
Mind-alternating psychoactive drug. Dry, shredded, green/brown mix of flowers, stems, seeds and leaves from the cannabis Sativa plant.   Aunt Mary, Bud, Blunt, Chronic, Dope, Ganja, Grass, Hash, Herb, Joint, Mary Jane, Pot, Reefer, Smoke, Weed Smoked as a cigarette or in a pipe or bong. Mixed with food. Relaxation, increased appetite, sedation, increased sociability, difficulty in thinking and problem-solving, distorted perception, decreased blood pressure, increased heart rate, dizziness, nausea, confusion, anxiety, paranoia, and drowsiness