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A 1. Colloquial term for amfetamines. 2. Colloquial term for LSD ( from the first letter in acid). A 4624 Methadone. Colloquial term for MDMA. A Boot Colloquial term for being under the influence of a drug. A Cry for Love Cry for Love. A draw of toke Colloquial term for inhaling cannabis smoke.

A la canona Colloquial term for opioid withdrawal without medication. Synonyme: Cold Turkey. A Monkey in winter Monkey in winter. A Star is born Star is born. A taste of Colloquial term for taking a small amount of drugs without experiencing the effects.

A-21 1. Ketobemidone. 2. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. A-65 Piritramide.

A-66 1. Phenmetrazine. 2. Phenmetrazine hydrochloride.

A-71 Ethchlorvynol.

A-101 Nordazepam.

A-102 Temazepam.

A-124 Diazepam.

A-157 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

A-178 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. A-302 Methadone hydrochloride. A-30400 1. Pemoline 2. Pemoline magnesium.

A-31528 Pemoline magnesium. A-E-A compound Amobarbital. A-Klinikk Alcohol dependence treatment clinics in Finland. A-THC Tetrahydrocannabinol. A-bomb 1. Colloquial term for marijuana and heroin smoked together in a cigarette. 2. Colloquial term for heroin. 3. Colloquial term for marijuana.

A-buzz Colloquial term for being drunk. A-head 1. Colloquial term for heavy amfe-tamine-user. 2. Colloquial term for heavy LSD-user (from acid-head). A-laget Swedish Colloquial term for skid-

row alcoholics gathered around the Systembo-laget, state-monopoly liquor-stores. A-mu-kia Turbina corymbosa. A-nam Pentazocine. A-notion ao-titara Calamus. A-poxide 1. Chlordiazepoxide. 2. Chlordi-azepoxide hydrochloride. A.B.T. Abbreviation for Alice B Toklas. A.D. Colloquial term for addict. A.E.P. Phenobarbital. A.N.R. Pentobarbital sodium. A.P.P. Phenobarbital. A.T.A. Amfetamine sulfate. AA See: Alcoholics Anonymous. AA Bum Colloquial term for member of Alcoholics Anonymous.

AAA 1. High quality morphine from China. 2. Colloquial term for amfetamines (helps you travel long distance like triple A - American Automobile Association). 3. Acronym for Atheist Alcoholics Anonymous. 4. A potent LSD, which has the letters 'AAA' on each dot. AAAA Al-anon term, acronym for four important aspects for recovery of a person who is a co-dependent upon an alcoholic are: Acceptance, Awareness, Adjustment, and Attitude. Aan het gas zitten Dutch colloquial term for starting using heroin after a negative experience.

Aap South African term for marijuana. AAPA American Academy of Psychiatrists in Alcoholism and Addiction. AAS Acronym for Anabolic and Androge-nous Steroids.

A's Colloquial term for LSD.

Ab Colloquial term for abscess from using an infected needle.

AB 35616 1. Clorazepate. 2. Clorazepate dipotassium. AB 39083 Clorazepate. Abaca Ocinum micrantum, Ayahuasca admixture plant.

Abactio Abortion or labor started by drugs or surgery.

Abalgin Dextropropoxyphene hydrochloride. Abaphen Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Abber Danish term for a person who does not take drugs.

Abbey Commercial Belgian beers licenced by abbeys.

Abbot pump A small pump that allows exact amounts of a drug to go through an intravenous tube.

Abbott Colloquial term for Nembutal, from the manufacturers name.

Abbott 30400 Pemoline magnesium. Abbott 35616 Clorazepate dipotassium. Abbott 39083 Clorazepate monopotas-sium.

Abboxapam Oxazepam.

ABC-laws Acronym for Alcohol Beverage

Control Laws.

Abces de fixation French colloquial term for a place where drags are sold. Abchecken German term for checking a situation or a person.

Abdrohnen German colloquial term for getting high.

Abdrucken German colloquial term for injecting drags.

Abdul Nasser Colloquial term for strong hashish.

Abe US Colloquial term for $5 worth of drags. From the portrait of president Abraham Lincoln on a five-dollar bill. Abe's cabe Colloquial term for $5 bill in drag deals.

ABEAD Acronym for the Brazilian Association of Studies on Alcohol and Other Drags. Abensanil Acetaminophen. Aberrant motivational syndrome Syndrome found among chronic cannabis-smokers characterized by of loss of the interest for the immediate environment and a strong identification with the drag-culture, compare with amotivational syndrome. Abessinischer Tee Tea containing khat. Abessinskt te Scandinavian colloquial term for Abyssinian thea.

Abflippen German colloquial term for bad feeling while being high on drags. Abflug machen 1. German colloquial term for fleeing. 2. German colloquial term for dying of a drag overdose.

Abfucken German colloquial term for goofing up a drag deal.

Abgang German colloquial term for beginning of a drag effect.

Abgang machen 1. German colloquial term for leaving the drag scene. 2. German colloquial term for dying of a drag overdose. Abgebrannt German colloquial term for having no possibility to get drugs. Abgefahren German colloquial term for being high on drags.

Abgefuckt German colloquial term for: 1. Being disappointed. 2. Having gone down the road to rain. 3. Not having drags. Abgehen German colloquial term for: 1. Drag deals on the way. 2. Drug delivery on the way. 3. Drags available. Abgestellt German colloquial term for being disappointed (for bad drag effects). Abgetornt German colloquial term for being disappointed (for bad drag effects). Abgewogenes German colloquial term for a quantity of heroin on the street. Abgewrackt German colloquial term for: 1. Being addicted. 2. Collapse after excessive drag use.

Abgreifen German colloquial term for arresting a drag user or drag dealer. Abhanigkeiten Journal of the Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol Problems (ISPA).

Abheben German colloquial term for euphoria after drag taking. Abhini Opium.

Abhängigkeit German term for dependence. Abini Opium. Abinol Lorazepam. Abkari Opium.

Ablinken German colloquial term for: 1. Cheating in drag deals. 2. Offering bogus or poor quality drags.

Abnehmkraut German name for Aconitum napellus.

Abnormal drinker A person whose drinking of alcohol beverages is not normal compared with the group to which he belongs. Abolic Colloquial term for veterinary steroid. From anabolic steroids. Abona Tabernanthe iboga. containing the stimulant ibogaine.

Abonete Tabernanthe iboga. containing the stimulant ibogaine.

Abortifacient Drag which brings about abortion.

Abortion Ending of a pregnancy before the fetus is developed sufficiently to survive. Aborts Colloquial term for Absolut vodka and port mixed together. Abott 47631 Estazolam. Aboua Tabernanthe iboga. containing the stimulant ibogaine.

About Done Colloquial term for being drunk.

About Full Colloquial term for being drunk. About Had It Colloquial term for being drunk.

About Right Colloquial term for being drunk.

About Shot Colloquial term for being drunk.

About to get busy Colloquial tern for: Time to start selling drags. Abpacken German colloquial term for dividing drags into portions.

Abraxas Foundation started in Pennsylvania, USA providing drag-treatment programmes for adolescents in gender specific residential programmes of therapeutic community type as well as non-residential programmes. Abraxas Foundation is well known for good evaluation Abre-o-sol Sinicuichi. Abrego, Juan Garcia One of Mexico's most important drag dealers, leader of the gold-cartel, has a significant political influence and has been accused as responsible for many assassinations among them the murder of Mr. Colisio, the presidential candidate for the governing party PRI, 1994. Abrego was arrested by the police in January 1996. Abreojos Colloquial term for eye opener, the first drugs or alcohol of the day. Abricotine Apricot-flavoured liqueur. Abrir a sente Colloquial term for use of drugs to stimulate mental activity and produce mental inspiration, may be removal of inhibitions about perfection, rather than actual stimulation.

Abrir la boca Colloquial term for informing on someone.

Abromalin Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital calcium. Abroncodid Hydrocodone bitartrate. Abrupto placenta Premature detachment of placenta. Serious complication in pregnancy that has a relatively high incidence among pregnant women who uses stimulants like cocaine during pregnancy. Abscess Accumulation of pus in tissues as a result of infection. Characterized by inflammation and painful swelling, it may occur in various parts of the body, e.g., skin, gum, eyelid, and middle ear. Many abscesses respond to treatment with antibiotics; others require surgical drainage. Abscesses are common among intravenous drug abusers. Abschiessen German colloquial term for injecting (drugs).

Abschotten German colloquial term for:

1. Reducing aggresions. 2. Keeping from getting caught.

Absenteeism 1. Habitual failure to appear, especially for work or other regular duty.

2. The of occurrence of habitual absence from work or duty.

Absetzen German colloquial term for quitting to take drugs.

Absint 1. See: Absinthe. 2. Flunitrazepam. Absint-alsem Dutch name for Artemisia absinthium.

Absinth See: Absinthe. Absinthe From Old French, from Latin absinthium, from Greek apsinthion. 1. A perennial aromatic European herb (Artemisia absinthium), naturalised in eastern North America and having pinnatifid, silvery silky leaves and numerous nodding flower heads. Also called common wormwood. 2. An extract of absinthium and other bitter herbs, containing 60 per cent alcohol; prolonged ingestion causes nervousness, convulsions, trismus, amblyopia, optic neuritis, and mental deterioration. The liqueur have a bitter anise or licorice flavour. Production of absinthe is now prohibited in many countries because of its toxicity.

Flavoured, distilled liquor, yellowish green colour, turning to cloudy, opalescent white when mixed with water. Highly aromatic. this liqueur is dry and somewhat bitter in taste. Absinthe is made from spirit high in alcohol. such as brandy, and marketed with alcoholic content of 68 percent by volume. Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is the chief flavouring ingredient- other aromatic ingredients include licorice, usually predominating in the aroma, hyssop, fennel, angelica root, aniseed, and staranise. The beverage was first produced commercially in 1797 by Henry-Louis Pernod, who purchased the formula from a French exile living in Switzerland. The oil of wormwood probably due to its content of thujone, a fragrant ketone (C10H16O) came to be considered dangerous to health, supposedly causing hallucinations, mental deterioration, and sterility, although some authorities suggest that any harmful effects of the liquor are caused by its high alcohol content and not its other ingredients. Absinthe manufacture was prohibited in Switzerland in 1908, in France in 1915 and eventually in many other countries. In 1918 Pernod Fils established a factory in Tarragona, Spain, to manufacture both absinthe and a similar beverage, without wormwood for export to those countries prohibiting true absinthe. Beverages developed as substitutes similar in taste but lower in alcohol content and without wormwood, are known by such names as anis, or anisette, pastis, ouzo, or raki. Anis and pastis are also popularly known under such trade names as Pernod, Pernod 45, and Ricard. Absinthe is usually served diluted with water and ice and may be used to flavour mixed drinks The classic absinthe drink, the absinthe drip, is served in a special drip glass allowing water to slowly drip through a sugar cube into the liquor- Pastis also turns cloudy white when mixed with water, and anise turns to a cloudy, greenish-tinged white.

Absinthium Wormwood; the dead leaves and flowering tops of Artemisia absinhium. Absinthium majus Synonym for Artemisia absinthium.

Absinthium officinale Synonym for Artemisia absinthium.

Absinthium vulgare Synonym for Artemisia absinthium. Absinthkraut Artemisia absinthium. Absintism Misuse and dependence of absinthe.

Absolute Absolvere to set loose, free from limitations; unlimited; uncombined. From Latin absolutus.

Absolute alcohol Ethanol containing not more than 1% by mass of water. In some cases the definition is ethanol of at least 99,6 per cent purity.

Absolutes Honesty, unselfishness, and love, AA-term from the Oxford movement. Absolutist In some languages a synonym for abstainer, a person who does not drink alcohol.

Absorb Colloquial term for drinking alcohol.

Absorption Taking of molecules of one substance directly into another substance. Absorption may be either a physical or a chemical process. Physical absorption depends on the solubility of the substance absorbed, and chemical absorption involves chemical reactions between the absorbed substance and the absorbing medium. Drugs can be absorbed through the bodily mucous membranes e g cocaine is absorbed through the mucous membrane in the nose . Abstainer To hold back, to refrain from something by one's own choice. Those who practise abstinence from alcohol are termed "abstainers", total abstainers", or - in a more old-fashioned formulation - "teetotallers". The term "current abstainer", often used in population surveys, is usually defined as a person who has not drunk an alcoholic beverage in the preceding 12 months; this definition does not necessarily coincide with a respondent's self-description as an abstainer. From French abstenir, from Latin abstinare. Abstemious 1. Abstaining from alcohol.

2. To be temperate or moderate in the amount of alcohol consumed. Abstemonious Abstemious. Abstemoniously Soberly. Abstention Temperance or moderation in the amount of alcohol consumed. Abstinence 1. Abstention from alcoholic beverages. 2. The act or practice of refraining from indulging an appetite, as for food.

3. Restraint of one's appetites or desires.

4. The willful avoidance of pleasures, especially of food and drink.

The term "abstinence" should not be confused with "abstinence syndrome," an older term for withdrawal syndrome. From French abstenance, from Latin abstinen-tia, from abstinns, abstinent-, present participle of abstinre, to hold back. See also: Sobriety; Temperance. Abstinence delirium. See: Delirium. Abstinence syndrome Older term for Withdrawal syndrome.

Abstinence violation effect AVE, the mechanism of relapsing to use of a substance or to a behaviour after a period of abstinence. The initial relapse often proceeds to uncontrolled use or behaviour. The AVE occurs when the person believes that the main cause or causes of the relapse are factors like lack of willpower or underlying diseases. In relapse prevention the attention is focused on controllable external or situational factors that may trigger relapse. The goal is to provide the person with the ability to return to abstinence as soon as possible after a relapse. This can be achieved through therapeutic interventions to deal with feelings of failure and guilt immediately after a relapse. AVE can be limited or prevented by educating persons in treatment programmes that a brief relapse is undesirable but common in the treatment process and that it is important to seek help if it happens. Abstinence, conditioned See: Withdrawal, conditioned. Abstinence-epilepsia See: Epilepsy. Abstinence-hallucinosis See: Hallucinosis.

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