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Hallucinogens

Health Drug Project March 2011
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Anna Williams

on 12 May 2011

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Transcript of Hallucinogens

PCP Street Names By: Anna Williams Origin of PCP How PCP is Made Effects on the Body Schedule of PCP Five Key Points Work Cited How PCP is Used PCP was created in the 1950’s to be used as a painkiller, but in 1965, it was discontinued because of the side effects that the patients showed, such as nervousness, they became delusional , and foolish while recovering from its effects It was a anesthetic before it became illegal, but I could not find any information on how it is made. On February 24, 1978, PCP was transferred from Schedule III to Schedule II under the Controlled Substances Act. Angel Hair
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PCP can be snorted, smoked, injected, or swallowed. It is commonly sold in a powder or liquid form. When I powder form it is applied to a leafy substance such as mint, parsley, oregano, tobacco, or marijuana. If taken in high dosages PCP is known for inducing violent behavior and negative physical reactions such as seizures, coma, or even death. If taken in small to medium doses the effects are a little less severe, they include, shallow breathing, flushing, extreme sweating, numbness of the extremities and poor muscular coordination. It acts as a hallucinogen, stimulant, depressant, and anesthetic all at the same time. Http://www.streetdrugs.org/html%20files/PCP.html
http://www.drugfree.org/drug-guide/pcp
http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drugs_concern/pcp.htm
http://healthmad.com/addiction/10-facts-about-pcp/
1. Is a hallucinogen, stimulant, depressant, and anesthetic all at the same time. 2. Developed in 1950. 3. Made illegal in 1965. 4. Is a Schedule II drug. 5. When in a powder form it is applied to a leafy substance such as mint, oregano, marijuana, etc. http://www.uatests.com/drug-information/pcp-pictures.html http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/addiction/drugs/mouse.html
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