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PCP, a hallucinogen, was called “hog” on the street during the 1960s as it was primarily used by veterinarians as an animal tranquillizer. It is frequently laced into tobacco and smoked, but can also be snorted of found in pill form.

This drug causes an increase in blood pressure and heart rate, rapid breathing numbness and profuse sweating. In large doses it may have the opposite effect, a decrease the heart rate and respiration, unawareness of pain, vomiting, nausea and convulsions. An overdose may lead to death.

Street names for this very dangerous drug are “ozone” (as persons under its effect don’t seem to inter-relate and “just be out there in space somewhere”) as well as sherm, rocket and super grass.

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