What Does Crack Smell Like? Identifying Crack Cocaine Use & Abuse

Is it crack cocaine, or something else? When it comes to identifying drugs, smell is one of the most reliable senses a person can use. No one can feel a drug’s potency or risk of addiction. Taste can be limited in its usefulness as many drugs are bitter and difficult...

Crack Addiction: Use and Abuse Effects & Symptoms

Crack, what is it? Crack cocaine, also just referred to as crack, is a type of cocaine that is smoked most often, although it can also be snorted. Crack creates a short, but very intense high in users. It’s often described as the most addictive type of cocaine...

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Crack Detox & Withdrawal Symptoms, Timeline & Centers

How Crack Affects the Brain Crack cocaine, also just referred to as crack, is a very powerful version of cocaine. Crack is a stimulant drug. When someone uses it, it creates a rapid, euphoric high. Crack is typically smoked, although it can be snorted. When someone...

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Crack Treatment: Inpatient, Outpatient & PHP Rehabs

Crack Treatment: Inpatient, Outpatient & PHP Rehabs

Why Do People Need Crack Rehab? Crack is a version of cocaine. Crack is a very powerful stimulant, and it’s created when cocaine is mixed with water, and baking soda or ammonia. This leads to something that looks similar to a rock, and it is a less expensive...

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Dealing with Crack Addiction

Dealing with Crack Addiction

Crack addiction has been a major issue plaguing humanity for quite some time, as crack emerged in the 1980s and immediately began to ruin the lives of its new advocates. It wasn’t long before crack cocaine became something of a pandemic, spreading across the United...

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