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Cocaine white powder comes from the dried leaves of a coca plant grown in South America. Crack is developed from cooking the combination of cocaine powder and baking soda, which is then broken in to small pieces or "rocks". This highly narcotic drug's crackling sound from being heated gives it the name "crack" Cocaine and crack are some of the most destructive drugs on the illegal market. They will damage and destroy a person's mind, health, personality and life.

Usually white in color, crack cocaine is extremely addictive and can be dangerous. Crack cocaine is a form of the drug that gives the individual a very quick high. It can be taken by inhaling or snorting, injecting through a vein and smoking it in a pipe. Crack causes a short-lived, intense high which is immediately followed by the opposite, intense depression, on edge and the craving for more. It can also make the user feel:- 

  • Paranoid
  • Angry 
  • Hostile
  • Anxious

Even when taken in small amounts for a short time, cocaine can increase the heart rate, cause muscle spasms and convulsions. If you’re worried about or are suspicious that someone you know is taking cocaine, there are many short term effects to look out for such as:- 

  • Loss of appetite
  • Contracted blood vessels
  • Nausea
  • Disturbed sleep patterns
  • Bizarre, erratic and often violent behavior
  • Dilated pupils
  • Panic and psychosis

One of the main problems with cocaine and crack is it can cause a dependency within just a few weeks. Sound like anybody you know? What a lot of first time users don’t realize about crack cocaine is that the effects last such a brief time. It will only take around 5 to 15 minutes for a crack addict to need another rock. What's more, cocaine and crack are very expensive. Keeping up with the supply can easily drive someone on the road to ruin. Theft, prostitution, drug dealing and other types of crime are all associated with cocaine and crack. In no time at all an addict’s life turns into a vicious circle of getting more drugs, using them and wanting more. Everything that’s good in his or her life will sooner or later drop by the wayside.

There are also severe long term health effects to anyone taking cocaine and crack regularly. It won't be long before long-term users' experience:-

a) Respiratory problems

b) Lung damage

c) Damage to the heart, liver and kidneys

d) Malnutrition and weight loss

e) Tooth decay

f) Chest pains

The Cocaine Test at Home:-

Cocaine and crack interfere with the brain processing chemicals. Users begin to need more and more, just to feel normal. If you're concerned about someone you love maybe taking cocaine and crack, why not buy a home test kit online? It can be used confidentially at home to test to see if the drugs are present in the system. A cocaine test can now be done via a urine, hair or saliva sample and more rarely a blood test. It is simple to do at home or at a business and the highly accurate results are seen in minutes. 

Coca (Cocaine and Crack)

Cocaine had its highest prevalence in America in the 1980s and has since declined in use however is still prominent and can be destructive if you form an addiction. Coca is one of the most potent, dangerous and oldest stimulants with a natural origin. This drug puts major strain on your cardiovascular system and affects your mental state also. A binge pattern with Cocaine is quite common as once ingested its effects are short lived and more needs to be taken to keep the high.  If you or a loved one are affected by drugs or you need information on drug testing or what support is out there, click on the following links.

National Helpline: Get Help: www.samhsa.gov Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids: www.drugfree.org/ Helpline: 1855 DRUG FREE (1-855-378-4373)

National Institute on Drug Abuse: www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/nationwide-trends

Home Tests for Cocaine:www.hometests.com

What is the scope of Cocaine use in the United States? www.drugabuse.gov