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Alcohol as a Drug

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First thing you need to knowis that Alcohol is a drug as such It depresses the central nervous system similar to the way general anesthetics do, but it has some major differences from anesthetics.


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Valiumi an addictive drug (chemically known as diazepam) is primarily used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, seizures, restless legs syndrome, and alcohol withdrawal. Va


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Hallucinogens are drugs that take a user on an “acid trip” also known as "drug induced experience" where the person’s senses and reality are altered by the dru


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Barbiturates are a type of drugs that function as a central nervous system depressant.  This allows these drugs to have wide ranging effects, from mild sedation to complete anesthesia kno


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Peyote or Mescaline is a hallucinogenic drug that has was originally used in Native American tribal ceremonies for thousands of years to assist the user in a spiritual journey. 

Rohypnol - GHB

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Drug-facilitated rape is defined as sexual assault made easier by the offender's use of an anesthetic-type drug that renders the victim physically incapacitated or helpless and unable to consen


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Ketaminei is best known as club drug. This and similar drugs are often used by young persons when they are out partying for the night.

Celexa Antidepressant

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Celexa is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) and is considered to be a non-addictive antidepressant by research. 


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Psilocybin molecule, the drug found in magic mushrooms are hallucinogenic mushrooms (Magic Mushroom) that alter a person's state of mind and consciousness.


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Caffeine one of the worlds favorite stimulant, sold in the form of coffee and soda as well as energy drinks in thousands of shops ad grocery stores.

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