Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

drug project #2

No description
by

Rachel Wehrlin

on 3 November 2012

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of drug project #2

Drug Project By: Rachel Wehrlin Steroids Oxycodone Heroin Ecstasy Salvia Divinorum Cocaine and Hannah Laury Coca coke crack flake snow snow cot Origin cocaine is from the coca plant which is originally grown in Bolivia, Peru, and Colombia. Description Cocaine is an intense stimulant drug.
Its a white crystalline powder that looks like a small, irregularly shaped chunks of a whitish solid How its used powered cocaine can be snorted or injected into blood after being dissolved in water, or cocaine base can be smoked either alone or often times with marijuana or tobacco. Short Term Effects: Loss of appetite contracted blood vessels Dilated pupils Disturbed sleep patterns nausea bizarre behavior hallucinations seizures Death Long term effects: Street names damage to brain, heart, blood vessels, lungs, liver, kidneys, and nose Pumpers Respiratory failure Juice Arnolds Roids malnutrition or weight loss Stackers tooth decay Weight Gainers ORIGIN Most illicit steroids are smuggled into the US from abroad. The internet is the most widely used means of buying and selling anabolic steroids. Also they ae bought and sold at gyms, bodybuilding competitions, and school from teammates, coaches, and trainers hallucinations irritability or mood disturbances death Schedule: Cocaine is a schedule 2 drug Consequences: For possession of cocaine you can get a minimum of 1 year in jail to a maximum of 10 years; along with a possible fine of $5,000 steroids are available in: tablets and capsules, sublingual - tablets, liquid drops, gels, cream, transdermal patches, subdermal implant pellets, and water based and oil based injectable solutions Treatment: Description there are many options for cocaine treatments. There’s behavioral interventions, cognitive behavioral therapy, counseling, cocaine detox, etc. MDMA Adam Origin: MDMA is a synthetic chemical made in labs; it’s primarily manufactured in Canada and Netherlands and is smuggled across country boarders Description: Ecstasy is it is a stimulant and psychedelic drug causing energizing effects coca coke flake snow snow cot How it's used: This drug is usually used in tablet form and swallowed, or is crushed up and snorted, and it is occasionally smoked but very rarely injected. Short term effects: confusion depression sleep problems anxiety paranoia faintness, chill, or sweating blurred vision nausea Long term effects: brain damage depression, anxiety, and memory loss kidney failure hemorrhaging psychosis cardiovascular collapse convulsions Schedule Ecstasy is a schedule 1 drug Consequences: Sentences can span for 2 to 3 years for possession, up to 10 years for trafficking Treatment: mood swings, behavioral issues
boys: early sexual development
girls: can induce permanent physical changes boys: stunt in growth, early sexual development, acne
girls: increased facial and body hair, deepening voice, menstrual irregularities, male pattern baldness, heart attacks Short Term Effects customized plans, tailored for the individual person and situation Long Term Effects one-on-one attention from licensed drug addiction therapists close monitoring of emotional needs and sense of well-being Schedule Steroids are a schedule 5 drug because they can be bought OTC with a prescription by the doctor Beans clarity Consequences Disco Biscuit If you are an athlete and you are caught with
steroids you can be fined, disqualified, kicked
off the sports team, in worse cases be no longer allowed to compete in competitions and
be no longer able to play that sport. Hug Drug Lover's speed peace Treatment stop using steroids and go back to healthy eating and and go to the gym to build the muscles Origin: It’s processed from morphine, which is naturally occurring in seed pods from certain varieties of poppy plants in Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia, Mexico, and Colombia. Anabolic steroids are powerful man-made versions of testosterone, a male sex hormone. Interesting Facts Synthetic Marijuana Description: Heroin is the rapidly acting opiate drug. How it's used: Heroin is most commonly injected, but it can be smoked, sniffed/ snorted. More pure heroin is snorted or smoked. Big H Junk Horse Smack Thunder nose drops Short term effects: Rush Slowed breathing Clouded mental function Nausea and
vomiting Drowsiness Hypothermia Coma Death Long term effects: tooth decay constipation cold sweats itching weakening of the immune system coma respiratory illness muscular weakness memory loss depression loss of appetite insomnia Schedule: Heroin is a schedule 1 drug Consequences: For possession 7 years in jail or a $15,000 fine. If you are a dealer 5 years-life in jail or a $25,000 fine. Treatment: You can take opiate substitution drugs like methadone, buprenorphine (suboxone), and naltrexone You can take behavioral therapies, or go to support groups. Marijuana Origin: Marijuana was and still is grown in the US, Canada, Mexico, South America, and Asia. Description: It is a mind- altering (psychoactive) drug How it's used: It is mostly smoked, or it can also be mixed into food or brewed in tea. Short Term Effects: sensory distortion anxiety panic poor coordination or movement lowered reaction time after initial "high" depressed or sleepy feeling increased heart rate Long term effects suppressed immune system growth disorders increase of abnormal structures in the brain destruction of lung fibers difficulty retaining information personality changes or mood swings inability to think clearly Schedule: Marijuana is a schedule 1 drug Consequences: for a misdemeanor one year in jail and a possible fee of $2000, or for a felony one year up to 10 years and a possible fee up to $5000 Treatment: Street Names K2 fake weed yucatan fire skunk moon rocks liberty essence black mamba Origin synthetic marijuana was
sold at head shops, gas stations. on the internet, and tattoo parlors. Description dried shredded plant material
and chemical additives dried brown/ green leaves Drug Schedule Synthetic marijuana is a schedule 1
drug because it illegal in the U.S How is it used? Usually it is smoked and
sometimes put in tea Short term vomiting tremors seizures numbness pale appearance raised blood pressure severe agitation Long term unconsciousness paranoia psychotic episodes Treatment doctors " protect ", calm the drugged person
down and allow nature to take its course, working the chemicals out Consequences you can be put in jail fined Interesting fact K2 costs around $20 for one gram
and around $45 for 3 grams Methamphetamine beannies brown chalk chicken feed mexican crack redneck cocaine ice crystal tick tick Street names Origin Japan
It went worldwide
duringWorld War 2 Description odorless
bitter tasting
white powder
dissolves easily in alcohol
brown
yellow - gray
orange
pink
pill form
Meth is a stimulant How is it used? snorted smoked injected Treatment behavioral therapy
some medicines: Bupropion
and Wellbutrin - these medicines
reduce grave for drugs Schedule Meth is a schedule 1 drug
because it is and illegal drug Consequences Strong feeling of energy so person tends to push body faster and further this leads to "crash" or mental break down. Also a loss in appetite that can cause loss in
weight Long term Liver and Kidney damage Respiratory Tooth decay Depression Permanent damage to
blood vessels of heart,
brain, high blood pressure
leading to heart attacks,
strokes and death. Short term of appetite
increased heart rate,
blood pressure, and
body temperature
nausea
hallucinations
panic and violent behavior Interesting fact the average meth
cook annually teaches
ten others how to make
meth. Origin Sierra Mazaleca -
Oaxaca, Mexico
Mazatec Indians Street names Maria Pastora Sally- D Salvia How is it used? chewed, smoked,
vaporized, or ingested origin: Description green plant leaves or
liquid extract Oxycodone is synthesized from thebaine, a constituent of the poppy plant. Description: Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic narcotic Short Term Psychoactive hallucinogen how it's used: Hallucinations oxycodone is most commonly swallowed in tablets, but they can be crushed up and sniffed, or dissolved in water and injected. Schedule Schedule 1 because
it is not used for
medical purposes Long Term Short term effects: http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Oxycodone.pdf sedation Inadequate preparation using it in a setting in which is dangerous to be intoxicated from any drug at all. ( EX: driving) respiratory depression constipation papillary constriction Consequences getting in a car wreck because are smoking or ingesting the substance while driving Long term effects: Treatment Therapy dry mouth vomiting nausea severe itching confusion Interesting Fact restlessness muscle and bone pain insomnia intense anxiety vomiting Salvia is a plant from the mint family consequences: jail time depends on the amount of the drug for amount of jail time but it can range from1-5 years to a maximum of 30 years with a fine of $5000 LSD acid boomers Treatment: doses dots hippie loony toons superman zen most effective treatments would be an oxycodone detox while with therapy and in a rehabilitation center Origin schedule: oxycodone is a schedule 2 drug Albert Hofmann a chemist
synthesized LSD for the first
time in 1938 in Basel, Switzerland Long term Flash backs depression euphoria death inpatient and outpatient treatments are most common 'trip' episodes psychosis Consequences education goes away http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Ecstacy.pdf friendships could go away no trust from friends or family members being arrested Treatment Therapy Description tablets
capsules
liquid
odorless
colorless
LSD is a hallucinogen How is used? taken orally placed on tongue tablets/capsules swallowed Short term tremors dry mouth loss of appetite sweating or chills http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Cocaine.pdf http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Heroin.pdf http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Marijuana.pdf http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Oxycodone.pdf http://edition.cnn.com/2000/LOCAL/northeast/07/25/boh.alexander.steroids/index.html?iref=allsearch http://edition.cnn.com/2005/US/08/30/meth.raids/index.html?iref=allsearch http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2010/11/24/dea-outlaws-chemicals-used-to-make-synthetic-marijuana/?iref=allsearch http://edition.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/europe/02/24/britain.lsd/index.html?iref=allsearch http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/18/us/18salvia.html?ref=salviadivinorum&_r=0
Full transcript