DRUG TYPES - Stimulants, Depressants, Analgesics, Hallucinogens, Alcohol, Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Cannabis, Cocaine, Ecstasy, GHB, Heroin, Inhalants, LSD, Methadone, 'Magic' Mushrooms, Tranquilizers

Stimulants

Stimulants are drugs that promote the Central Nervous System. These compounds have the tendency to increase awareness and physical activity. They consist of Amphetamines, Cocaine, Crack and some inhalants like Amyl or Butyl Nitrites. Caffeine (present in tea, coffee and many sodas) is also a mild stimulant drug. http://eliterehaballiance.com/stimulants/


Depressants

These are substances that slow down or depress the Central Nervous System. Depressant drugs consist of alcohol, barbiturates and tranquillisers. It's worth keeping in mind that, although alcohol is a legal drug and can be purchased by anybody over 18 years of ages, it can be a dangerous drug, especially when abused. http://eliterehaballiance.com/depressants/


Analgesics

Analgesics are substances that offers relief from pain. Mild analgesics, such as the many brand-named preparations of aspirin or paracetemol, are fairly harmless. Analgesic drugs of abuse are far stronger than this and are all powerful pain medication. Some are refined from an extract gotten from opium poppies (Papaver somniferum) and are classified as "opiates" and some are produced by chemical synthesis. http://eliterehaballiance.com/analgesics/


Hallucinogens

Hallucinogens - or psychedelics - are drugs that affect a person's understanding of sights, sounds, touch, smell etc. A few of the more powerful hallucenogenics can put in an effective effect on a drug users believing and self-awareness. http://eliterehaballiance.com/hallucinogens/


Alcohol

What is it? Alcohol is the common name for ethyl alcohol. It's a Central Nervous System depressant and is one of the most commonly used (and abused) drugs in our society. It's produced by the fermentation of fruits, vegetables or grains by yeasts which transforms the carbohydrates (sugars) of these plants to ethyl alcohol. Alcoholic drinks consist mainly of numerous strength mixes of water and ethyl alcohol. http://eliterehaballiance.com/alcohol/


Amphetamines

Exactly what are they? Amphetamine, dextroamphetamine, and methamphetamine are collectively referred to as amphetamines. Their chemical homes and actions are extremely similar. These drugs promote the main nerve system - that is, they increase activity in the brain. http://eliterehaballiance.com/amphetamines/


Barbiturates

What are they? Barbiturates are central nerve system depressants. They act in a similar manner to alcohol and slow down numerous areas of the brain. Drugs of this class are known as sedative/hypnotics, in that they can be used as sedatives to soothe individuals and also (at greater dosages) as hypnotics to assist sleep. http://eliterehaballiance.com/barbiturates/


Cannabis

What is it? Cannabis is a Central Nervous System depressant acquired from the plant Cannabis sativa, which grows in numerous parts of the world. It is available for use as a drug in three main kinds: as the dried leaves and buds, known as yard or marijuana, as a strong resin (hashish or hash) which is gathered from the buds and flower heads, as well as a thick liquid prepared from the flowers or resin (hash oil). http://eliterehaballiance.com/cannabis/


Cocaine

What is it? Cocaine is an effective Central Nervous System stimulant. It's a chemical derived from the leaf of the Erythromycin coca bush, which grows mostly in Colombia, Peru and Bolivia. http://eliterehaballiance.com/cocaine/


Ecstasy

Exactly what is it? Ecstasy is an hallucinogenic stimulant. It is a man-made drug with both hallucinogenic and amphetamine-like properties. The chemical name for ecstasy is 3,4 Methylenedioxymethylamphetamine - or MDMA in other words type. It's chemically just like two other synthetic drugs, MDA and methamphetamine. http://eliterehaballiance.com/ecstasy/


GHB

What is it? GHB or as it is frequently known 'GBH' has an anaesthetic impact. Its chemical name is Gamma Hydroxybutyrate. It's normally seen as a colourless, odourless, salty-tasting liquid. http://eliterehaballiance.com/ghb/


Heroin 

Exactly what is it? Heroin is an opiate. Pure heroin is a white powder with a bitter taste that is made from the milky 'sap' of the opium poppy (see right). This plant is grown as an illicit crop in nations across the Middle East, Asia and South America. http://eliterehaballiance.com/heroin/


Inhalants

What are they? Inhalants are chemicals that produce mood-altering vapors. Many people don't typically think of inhalants as drugs because most of them were never ever indicated to be utilized that way. There are more than a thousand various business items that can be abused for their mood-altering homes. http://eliterehaballiance.com/inhalants/


LSD

What is it? LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide) is an effective hallucinogen. It's a drug which modifies an individuals perception of sights, sounds, touch and so on, to the extent where hallucinations can happen - that is, where the user sees or hears things that don't, in reality, exist. http://eliterehaballiance.com/lsd/


Methadone

What is it? Methadone is an artificial opiate. It was first synthesized by German researchers throughout World War II because of a scarcity of the morphine that was utilized as a painkiller. It produces comparable effects to heroin or morphine. http://eliterehaballiance.com/methadone/


 Magic Mushrooms

Exactly what are they? Many types of fungus possess psychedelic homes and about a lots of these grow wild in the UK. The most typical is the Liberty Cap - Psilocibe semilanceata, which is typically described as a 'Magic mushroom'. http://eliterehaballiance.com/magic-mushrooms/


Tranquilizers

Exactly what are they?  Tranquilizers are synthetic drugs that are meant to reduce stress and anxiety and help people to sleep. Benzodiazepines are the most commonly recommended of these drugs, which include the popular brand names such as Valium and Temazepam. http://eliterehaballiance.com/tranquillisers/


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