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  • Answer: it causes you to do different things or help with a medical problem.
  • Answer: Speed and why do u wants to know
  • Answer: yes the police dept does it all the time the regular protocall is hair first then if too short face chest arpit leg .....google passitkit hair razor is the stuff
  • Answer: Any prescription medication comes with a safety sheet that discusses possible adverse reactions, and risks. You can look up the medication online and find this information.
  • Answer: Two of the long-term effects of acid (LSD) are types of hallucinations, known as HPPD (hallucinogen persisting perception disorder) and psychosis. HPPD causes repeated flashbacks to prior events, while psychosis disorders often effect behavioral changes or violent mood swings .These are the symptoms associated with long-term LSD use, however, the causes of these symptoms are not known. LSD can affect your ability to think and reason, and can bring cause psychosis, an inability to think rationally and the inability to communicate with other people.Users of LSD may have psychological problems that severely affect their behavior. These include mood swings, violent behavior and paranoia. These effects can be seen with a single use of LSD, and may last for years.
  • Answer: swallowing, smoking, snorted, injected are some ways drugs could get in your body
  • Answer: Gear, Speed,Amphetamines, any stimulant
  • Answer: 30-60 days with no drugs.
  • Answer: The origins dating back nearly 3000 years B.C., with the Emperor Shen Nong, born in 2737 BC, and considered by many as the Father of the Chinese Medicine
    Zhang Zhongjing established a way to diagnose and treat infectious diseases, and many other medicines in China made discoveries and treatments that were far in advance of their time.
    As early as the 6th century AD a very comprehensive medical encyclopedia, containing over 4,500 remedies was written, by a certain Sun Simiao.
    Li Shizhen, considered as the Chinese medical equivalent of Leonardo da Vinci, physician and naturalist. He lived in the 16th century, and revised, reorganised and established the Compendium of Materia Medica, which has been tanslated widely, and is still considered as the leading reference. By some it is Li Shizen who is the Father of the Chinese Medicine.
  • Answer: Ecstasy works by releasing large amounts of serotonin from their synapses in the brain. This flood of serotonin causes extreme relaxation and euphoria. It also releases dopamine and blocks its reuptake. Much like crystal meth but it ecstasy is more potent of a serotonin drug. lastly there is talk that ecstasy releases oxytocin in the brain which has to do with love, trust, and bonding.
  • Answer: yes.. weed when smoked is put into your bloodstream. and when you sweat you release the THC from your body which can be spread onto your body hair.
  • Answer: Your mind is affected by drug abuse. Some drugs affect the part of your brain that makes decisions.

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  • i have read so many articles i read this one at school about marijuana and all it said was what was in side of it and not what it will do and have asked so many people if marijuana and spice is bad for you and they all say yes but no one will say what it does to our body and why it is bad for you. from what i have experienced in four years of hardcore smoking. is i get major hange overs from smoking and i get winded easily maybe thats just because im out of shape but when kids or parents say that spice will put wholes in your brain they are retarted untill they have proof they are stupid. but one for sure thing that smoking anything will hurt is your lunges because when you breath in the smoke it is not filtered so as it goes down your wind pipe it is filtered through your lunges then only sixty percent of the smoke you inhaled is exhaled.

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  • Answer: It can be and is done, in combination with narcotic antagonists, and is said to provide a complete detox in a very short time. It is called Ultra Rapid Opiate Detoxification (UROD). However, as always, there is no free lunch.

    First of all, the procedure is done under general anesthesia. This is a major medical procedure, dangerous in itself when used unnecessarily -- and especially so when used in conjunction with opiate intoxication. There is a lengthy recovery period ranging from 6 hours to 2 days, during which the patient must be closely monitored by specially-trained staff.

    In addition to the risk of general anesthesia and the recovery period, not much is known about the stresses that UROD puts on a body that has already been weakened by the addiction. The anesthesia stops the patient from consciously suffering the effects of the detox, but it is still severe. This is a further opportunity for problems to develop. Many patients have died during UROD. It is far more dangerous than traditional detox.

    Patients are not provided with follow-up care, and do not receive any of the tools necessary to help them maintain long-term sobriety. One of the reasons for that is that, while legal, UROD is thoroughly discredited among addiction professionals, and reputable practitioners want nothing to do with it.

    People who relapse after UROD are far more likely to overdose due to drastically reduced tolerance for the drug.

    Finally, UROD costs $15,000 and up, and it is not recognized as a viable treatment method by most insurance companies. Very few will pay for it.

    All in all, an expensive, lousy idea.
  • Answer: Absorption will depend on the drug itself and the method of injestion, IV, IM, and SC injection will usually be absorbed at 100%, smoking, nasal or anal absorption is usually much higher eating the drug, which is the least effective due to stomach acids and enzymes. This is why users will prefer injecting, smoking or snorting a drug in order to reduce their usage and save money. The method of injestion also affects the speed of absorption, which is in this order: fastest: intra-venus injection, then Smoking, IM injection, SC injection, insufflation, anal injestion, mucal absorption(holding it in the mouth) and then, last and slowest: oral.
    As for excretion, as far as I know, all drugs are excreted at 100%, given enough time, marijuana can take months to leave the system, cocain takes mere hours, but all drugs are excreted completely, however, if more drug is taken before it has finnished excreting, then the body may end up with very large amounts building up, and unless the user stops, the amount will keep growing.
    Also note, there is no known basis for the spinal fluid theory propagated about every drug known to man at some point in time.
  • Answer: i have read so many articles i read this one at school about marijuana and all it said was what was in side of it and not what it will do and have asked so many people if marijuana and spice is bad for you and they all say yes but no one will say what it does to our body and why it is bad for you. from what i have experienced in four years of hardcore smoking. is i get major hange overs from smoking and i get winded easily maybe thats just because im out of shape but when kids or parents say that spice will put wholes in your brain they are retarted untill they have proof they are stupid. but one for sure thing that smoking anything will hurt is your lunges because when you breath in the smoke it is not filtered so as it goes down your wind pipe it is filtered through your lunges then only sixty percent of the smoke you inhaled is exhaled.
  • Answer: Crystal meth.actually crack and cocaine
  • Answer: It can be sniffed if purchased in powder or it can be put in a drink) you can also inject it & it can be absorbed through mucus membrane.
  • Answer: raises temperature, heart rate and pulse. increases energy and pleasure,
  • Answer: Amphetamines of any kind usually speed up the body. Things like Meth, Adderall, Ritalin, etc are all classified as types of Amphetamines.
  • Answer: heroin or ecstasy most likely
  • Answer: Depends on how the drug is metabolized (broken down) and/or excreted (eliminated) from the body. Some drugs are broken down by the liver, then eliminated in your urine or feces. Some drugs are not broken down at all and may be eliminated in your urine or feces. Therefore you would need to provide which drug(s) you are referring to.
  • Answer: Alcohol is a central nervous system [ CNS ] depressant. It depresses your respiration , heart rate and reaction time.
  • Answer: A drug that lowers heart rate and respiration is a barbituate.
  • Answer: It does it by the mak ing the body like drugs. when u slep it ghets better and it likes the druios more
  • Answer: Drugs that excrate in sweat are antiepileptic ,beta lactum antibiotics