Whether you're a grizzled veteran of the Mary Jane circuit, or you're a complete stranger to marijuana, you probably wouldn't mind knowing more about smoking weed. Can pot hurt you in the long term? Just how illegal is growing cannabis? Are
Many professional athletes have turned to anabolic steroids to get fit fast. But relying on a steroid like creatine or even human growth hormones (HGH) can have serious health consequences that are anything but impressive.
Sex is a (delicious) piece of cake for most young adults so why are they taking Viagra and Cialis? Here, we'll look at how these pills are used illegally and also what it means to abuse the ED drugs.
After seeing Trainspotting and the effects of a heroin addiction, you may have sworn to avoid drugs forever. Or you may have been curious about heroine and opium. Either way, this video will tell you everything you need to know about heroin and
Hydrocodone, or Vicodin, is a commonly abused and incredibly addicting pain relief medication. Here, we'll examine how this prescription drug works, the consequences of abuse, and how it compares to other drugs, like Tramadol.
Wound up? Then you may seek a sedative to calm down. Whether prescribed by a doctor or purchased on the street, sedatives and barbituates can make you feel intoxicated and sleepy. Here, the real deal on mellow-inducing drugs, from Valium to Xanax.
You may know GHB as one of the drugs, like rohypnol, that's used in date rape. Or you may have heard that the GHB drug really stands for grevious bodily harm. Regardless of what you've heard however, we've got the facts on this substance.
In the '70s, it was no secret that taking a psychedelic trip would lead you to a different state of mind. But what exactly happens in the mind after you swallow that potent LSD or mild peyote?
It's certainly possible to become addicted to prescription drugs like vicodin, morphine, Demerol, oxycontin and codeine (to name a few!), but tolerance is different than addiction. Learn more about recognizing painkiller addiction.
Crystal meth promises its users extreme euphoria, but you may wonder: Will doing methamphetamine turn you into a meth addict?
Whether you know it by its RX name (oxycodone), or its street one (oxycotton), this drug is abused even more than codeine! Here, we'll look at the varieties of the narcotic, from Perocent to Oxycontin, and examine how the prescription drug works.
It has as many names as it does uses, but whether you know it as PCP, angel dust, or rocket fuel, phencyclidine can be a confusing drug. Luckily, we've got the facts, from PCP effects to how it compares with opium and other drugs.
You've may have heard of skittling or robotripping, but probably have not heard of DXM? Here, we'll take a look at dextromethorphan(which is the main ingredient in cough medications like Robitussin), and see what it does and how it works.
When seeking addiction treatment for substance abuse or any other addiction, an addict may find a 12-step program the most effective means of detox. Learn more about this road to recovery.
Your dentist may give you a dose of nitrous oxide when he extracts your wisdom teeth, but this chemical compound isn't just used in surgery! From a whippet to a whipped cream canister, nitrous is one of the more easily abused drugs out there.
Huffing is an easy access and inexpensive high, which explains why so many people admit to abusing inhalants by sniffing glue or huffing paint. In this video, we'll look at the facts and myths surrounding this dangerous household high.
When deciding to get sober, the first step is detoxification (detox), which eliminates drugs from the body. Unfortunately, drug detox may lead to withdrawal symptoms, which can be very difficult to cope with. Learn more about withdrawal here.
When appropriately prescribed by a doctor, stimulants are sure to get you wound up and wired. But abusing a stimulant is never a good idea! Learn about uppers, from amphetamine to methamphetamine, and see how speed really effects the body.