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Flakka

On the street, it’s also called “gravel” for its white, crystal chunks. In the lab, it’s known as a stimulant, part of a chemical class called cathinones, with the amphetamine-like effects of Molly and Ecstasy. In the media it’s been dubbed “the insanity drug.”
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designer drugsK2 Spice

Also known as synthetic cannabis or marijuana. There are wide variety of combinations and mixtures that could constitute K2 Spice.

Bath Salts

Bath salts is a term used to describe a number of designer drugs often containing substituted cathinones, which have effects similar to amphetamine and cocaine. The name derives from instances in which the drugs were being sold under the guise of being bath salts.

Smoking Alcohol

This refers to inhaling fumes from burning liquor, which can quickly result in an alcoholic overdose.

Smiles

Also known as 2C-I, it is commonly sold in its hydrochloride salt form, which is a fluffy, sparkling-white powder, which can sometimes be pressed into a tablet form. This drug is considered psychedelic and a physical stimulant.

Dragonfly

Bromo-DragonFLY is a psychedelic drug related to the phenethylamine family. Bromo-DragonFLY is considered an extremely potent hallucinogen, only slightly less potent than LSD.

Krokodil

Considered a flesh-eating opiod, Krokodil is an extremely addictive, injectable opioid. It is made by mixing codeine with some combination of gasoline, paint thinner, iodine, kitchen and bathroom cleaner, hydrochloric acid and red phosphorous from matches.