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This powerfully addictive central nervous system stimulant floods the brain with dopamine and causes a level of euphoria that is unmatched, according to users, by any other stimulant.

Estimates are some 80 Billion dollars are spent on this drug annually in the United States and the vast majority of this drug is grown and refined in Columbia, Bolivia and Peru and then sent around the world by various means.

A common generalization is that in powder from it is snorted by the middle and upper classes while “crack” a crude form of free basing, is smoked by lower class users of this drug. With either route of administration, cocaine produces an intense high of short duration.

Like most stimulants it will cause an increased heart rate and blood pressure but can also cause seizures and hallucinations. The downside of the high is commonly characterized by anxiety, irritability, insomnia and fatigue. Long-term effects can cause or contribute to heart attacks, respiratory failure and extreme depression.

This drug is highly addictive and has a wide variety of street names with the most common being blow, flake, snow, rock, candy, crack, YA and nose candy.

Screening for this is available on our on-site devices and via our laboratory services for drug abuse testing kits