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  1. Cocaine, also known as benzoylmethylecgonine, is a very controversial drug today because although it can be used as a local anesthetic, usually in optic or nasal surgery, it is actually used primarily as an expensive, addictive, and extremely detrimental illegal substance. It is usually seen as a white powder; typically cocaine is transported Missing: Untitled.
  2. Dec 16,  · While the Coca-Cola Company officially denies the presence of cocaine in any of its products — past or present — historical evidence suggests that the .
  3. Cocaine is a powerfully addictive stimulant that directly affects the brain. Cocaine has been labeled the drug of the s and ‘90s, because of its extensive popularity and use during this period. However, cocaine is not a new drug. In fact, it is one of the oldest known drugs.
  4. The Cocaine Addiction Cycle Principles 1. Once addicted, the cocaine user falls into a cyclic use pattern. 2. The Cocaine Addiction Cycle is divided into five distinct stages. 3. The addict can recover, but only when he pulls himself completely out of the Cocaine Addiction Cycle. This chapter will describe the repeatable patterns that cocaine us-Missing: Untitled.
  5. Jun 27,  · A massive surge in cocaine production has flooded markets around the world, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). Author: Aarthi Swaminathan.
  6. Cocaine Although produced from a somewhat variable natural product, by a batch process capable of wide variation, cocaine varies comparatively little when compared for example to heroin products. Nevertheless no two illicit samples of cocaine are exactly identical. For the most part it is a white or off-white crystalline powderMissing: Untitled.
  7. Mar 13,  · Street cocaine typically comes in two forms: powder cocaine, and crack cocaine. (3) What are the most common cocaine cutting agents? 1) Boric Acid. Boric acid is used for various industrial reasons, such as insecticide, weatherproofing, and as a fireproofing fabric. It is a common agent for cutting cocaine due to its similar appearance. 2 Missing: Untitled.
  8. Cocaine is typically processed in jungle labs by first soaking leaves in gasoline inside metal drums. Step Two. Gasoline containing cocaine alkaloid is drained from metal drums and filtered into a barrel with diluted acid. The gasoline will be removed from the acid layer and sodium bicarbonate or ammonia will be added to the solution to make Missing: Untitled.
  9. In the mids a new, smokable form of cocaine, called crack, was introduced in the United States. Soon thereafter, it became apparent that crack cocaine abuse was a serious and important public health concern. Over the past several years, crack cocaine use has increasingly been associated with a myriad of immediate and long-term adverse effects. Duing this same period, crack cocaine use has Missing: Untitled.

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