Heroin is an opiate which was created to help people with morphine addiction. Heroin is taken intravenously and then it crosses the blood brain barrier where it acts similar to endorphins which are known for creating euphoria and some people have reported to have the best sex while on this drug.
Cocaine is an alkaloid from the leaves of the coca plant. Its effects are to stimulate Central Nervous System, suppress appetite, increase energy and also creates a sense of euphoria.
Methamphetamine also known as “Meth” or “Ice”, creates its effects once it crosses the blood brain barrier where it triggers the release of neurotransmitters such as Norepinephire, Dopamine and Serotonin. Its a well known drug for stimulating the reward pathway which is why this drug can cause euphoria and excitement but can also lead to addiction and dependence.
7. Crack Cocaine
Crack Cocaine is also known as “Crack”. This is the freebase form of cocaine which can be smoked. It is said to be the most addictive form of cocaine. Its psychological effects includes euphoria, loss of appetite, insomnia, increased energy and it has also been said to be a confidence booster.
Lysergic acid diethylaminde also known as “Acid” is a semisynthetic psychedelic drug of the ergoline family. Its effects include altered thinking processes, closed and open eye visuals, altered sense of time and spiritual experiences. A famous quote about LSD has been said by Steve Jobs the cofounder of Apple who has said that “Taking LSD was a profound experience, one of the most important things in my life.”
Ecstasy or MDMA which also goes by other street names such as “E” or “X”. This drug is part of the amphetamine classes of drugs and it is a common recreational drug used in clubs and raves and during sex. It effects includes causing euphoria, a sense of intimacy, lowers levels of anxiety.
Opium is the dried latex obtained from the opium poppy. It has 12% Morphine and this is chemically processed to produce Heroine. Opium is not very popular anymore since there are lots of other drugs that are purified and have stronger effects.
Marijuana also known as Cannabis is a psychoactive drug that is commonly smoked but can also be ingested. It is used recreationally, medicinally as well as for religious and spiritual reasons. Its one of the oldest known drug and its effects include a state of relaxation, slight sense of euphoria, philosophical thinking and it lowers anxiety.
2. Psilocybin Mushrooms
Psilocybin Mushrooms also known as “Srooms” are fungi that contain the psychedelic substances psilocybin. The effects of Srooms are dose dependent and can cause audio and visual hallucination but higher dosages are more likely to cause fear and may result in dangerous behavior.
PCP or Phencyclidine also known as “Angel Dust” is a dissociative drug which was used in the past as an anesthetic agent which exhibits hallucinogenic and neurotoxic effects. The reason for this drug popularity is because it can be ingested, smoked, or inhaled. PCP has strong effects on the nervous system which leads to hallucinations, delusions, confused thinking, loss of coordination, and disrupted eye movement it also has an effect on the autonomic nervous system which would lead to rapid heart rate and altered temperature regulation. The drug has been known to alter mood states in an unpredictable fashion causing some individuals to become detached and others to become hyper and animated.