Cannabis Usually smoked with tobacco or by itself but sometimes dried and cooked with food.Naturally grown drug which contains a strong chemical known as THC.Most commonly used illegal drug in Britain but only 1 in 6 16-24 year olds said they had tried it in 2010.
Cannabis Class B drugIf caught in possession of cannabis you could be sentenced up to 5 years in prison or be given an unlimited fine, in some cases both.If caught dealing cannabis you can be sentenced up to 14 years in prison and be given an unlimited fine.
Cannabis Long Term EffectsAddicitionFeelings of paranoia and anxiety- strongly linked to mental illness such as schizophrenia Effects the ability to concentrate Respiratory conditionsEffects on sexual reproduction Short Term EffectsFeeling sick after a few drags (called a ‘whitey’)Getting the giggles or ‘munchies’Feeling of time slowing down and relaxation
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Cocaine Most commonly snorted but can be smoked or injected. Drawing out the chemicals so that you can smoke it or inject it is called Free-Basing.Common ‘night-life’ drug that has become more popular than ecstasy.Stays in your system for up to 72 hoursIs often mixed with local anaesthetic to create a numb feeling.
Cocaine Class A drug.Illegal to possess, sell or give to peoplePossession can lead to 7 years in prison.Selling Cocaine can lead to life in prison and an unlimited fine.Being caught with Cocaine almost always leads to some form of police action.
Cocaine Long Term EffectsAddiction- Cocaine is a highly addictive drugDepression, irritability or paranoia Asthma Loss of septum when snortedReduced sex-drive Short Term EffectsShort lived ‘buzz’ with feelings of energyThe come down from Cocaine is unpleasantFlu type symptomsHeadacheAfter effects get worse with continued use
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Mephedrone Is similar to Ecstasy and Cocaine.Commonly snorted but can be swallowed in ‘bombs’ and sometimes found in capsules. White, off-white or yellow powder.Derived from a chemical also found in plants that’s creates a feeling of euphoria.Before it’s classification in 2010 it could be bought in shops, advertised as plant food.
Mephedrone Class B drug.Possession can lead to 5 years in prison and an unlimited fine.Supplying to other people can lead to 14 years in prison and an unlimited fine.Until 2010 it was sold as a ‘legal high’.
Mephedrone Long Term EffectsThese are new drugs and the long term effects are still unpredictableOverstimulation of the respiratory system, damaging the heart Short Term EffectsOverstimulation of the nervous system leading to fitsAnxiety and ParanoiaHighly addictive
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Methamphetamine Similar effects to Cocaine and is part of the amphetamine familyCrystal form is highly dangerous and addictive Comes in several forms including; powder, tablets or crystalsCan be snorted, injected, swallowed or smoked
Methamphetamine Class A drugPossession leads to up to 7 years in prison and an unlimited fineSupply can lead to life in prison and an unlimited fineIf caught with methamphetamine the police will always take some form of action
Methamphetamine Long Term EffectsPhysical damage to the brainSevere Psychosis Overdose can lead to strokes, lung and kidney damage Short Term EffectsYou can get an ‘itch’ where you scratch your skin awayIncreased sex-drive and lowered inhibitions
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Remember… All misuse of any type of drug can lead to serious health problems and even death
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