Auf der Rolle Hngen German colloquial

term for living under poor conditions.

Auf die Trebe gehen German colloquial term for fleeing from home to join the drug scene.

Auf etwas abfahren German colloquial term for the initial drug effects. Aufgehende Sonne German colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Aufgepumpt sein German colloquial term for being high.

Aufkochen German colloquial term for preparing heroin for injection. Auflängen German colloquial term for adulterating drugs.

Aufpeppen German colloquial term for using stimulants.

Aufputschmittel German colloquial term for narcotics.

Aufreissen 1. German colloquial term for mediating drug transactions. 2. German colloquial term for finding a drug supplier. Auge im Dreieck German colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Augen auf Null stellen German colloquial term for a fatal overdose. Auleticon Arundo donax. Aunt Hazel Colloquial term for heroin. Aunt Mary Colloquial term for marijuana. Aunt Nora Colloquial term for cocaine. Aunti Colloquial term for opium. Aunti Emma Colloquial term for opium. Auropan Pentobarbital sodium. Aurora borealis 1. Luminous bands or streamers of light that are sometimes visible in the night skies of northern regions and are thought to be caused by the ejection of charged particles into the magnetic field of the earth. Also called northern lights. 2. Colloquial term for THC the most important active substance in cannabis. Preparations sold illegally under this name seldom contain THC but more often PCP.

Ausflippen German colloquial term for becoming psychotic.

Ausfreaken German colloquial term for becoming psychotic.

Ausgeflippt German colloquial term for becoming psychotic.

Ausgekochter Mohnsaft German colloquial term for opium. Ausgetrockneter Mohnsaft Opium. Ausklinken German colloquial term for separation from family and friends. Ausklinken, sich German colloquial term for losing self-control.

Auspacken German colloquial term for making a confession.

Ausrasten 1. German colloquial term for lose of self-control. 2. German colloquial term for separation from friends and family. Ausschleichen, sich German colloquial term for self-detoxification by decreasing the amounts of drugs taken. Austrominal Phenobarbital. Auto German colloquial term for heroin. Auto fuel Colloquial term for non-beverage alcohol.

Auto überführen German colloquial term for heroin-transport.

Autogeschäfte German colloquial term for heroin dealing.

Autogramm German colloquial term for an injection.

Autograph Colloquial term for an intravenous injection.

Autonomic nervous system The part of the vertebrate nervous system that regulates involuntary action, as of the intestines, heart, and glands, and that is divided into the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system.

Autostrich German colloquial term for prostitution in cars usually in connection with drug abuse.

Autosuggestion Conscious or unconscious acceptance of an idea as true, without demanding rational proof, but with potential consequences for good or ill. Pioneered by Emile Cou (1857-1926) in healing. The method is sometimes used in modern psychotherapy to cure tobacco, alcohol and drug dependence. Ava See: Kava. Ava-Ava Piper methysticum. Avanak toplari Turkish Colloquial term for depressants.

Avatar US. magazine about drugs.

Avazen Diazepam.

AVE Acronym for Abstinence Violation Effect.

Avellana d'India Areca catechu. Aversion therapy A treatment which suppresses undesirable behaviour by associating a painful or unpleasant experience with the behaviour. The term refers to any of several forms of treatment of alcohol or other drug dependence directed toward establishing a conditioned aversion to the sight, smell, taste, or thought of the misused substance. Generally the stimulus is a nauseant drug, such as emetine or apomorphine, administered just before an alcoholic drink, so that immediate vomiting occurs and absorption of the alcohol or other substance is avoided. Other stimuli involve an electric shock given in association with an alcoholic drink or with visual suggestions of drinking (bottles, advertisements), administration of a drug that causes brief paralysis of breathing, or verbal suggestion with or without hypnosis. A related technique is covert sensitisation, in which the entire aversion procedure is carried out in the imagination.

Avex Diazepam.

Avicenna (979-1037) Latin from Arabic Abu Ali al-Husayn ibn Abdallah ibn Sina. Physician and philosopher born in Persia. His Canon is one of the most famous medical books ever written and was the standard text in Europe through the 17th century. He systematically compiled all of Graeco-Arabic medicine.

Avispas Argentinan colloquial term for barbiturates.

Avlane Loprazolam or Loprazolam mesilate. Avtenning Norwegian term for detoxification.

Avtand Swedish term for being detoxified. Awa Piper methysticum. Awa-Awa Piper methysticum. Awakener Colloquial term for an early morning bracer, eye-opener. Awash Colloquial term for being drunk. Away 1. Colloquial term for being in jail. 2. Colloquial term for someone no longer using drugs.

AWE Acronym for Alcohol Withdrawal Scale.

Awerdenty Whiskey, from Aquardiente. Awkward Colloquial term for losing physical control due to drug use. Awry-eyed Colloquial term for being drunk. Axelrod, Julius b. 1912. American biochemist and pharmacologist, co-winner of the Nobel-prize for medicine in 1970 for research on the chemical aspects of nerve impulse transmission.

Axial amnesia See: Korsakoff's syndrome. Axon Greek axon, axis. The usually long process of a nerve fiber that generally conducts impulses away from the body of the nerve cell.

Axotal Butalbital or Phenobarbital. Ayahuasca Wine of the soul, name in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador for the South-American Banisteriopsis with hallucinogenic effects, See: Yage.

Ayahuasca amarilla Banisteriopsis caapi. Ayahuasca negra Banisteriopsis caapi. Ayahuascaliane Synonym for Baniste-riopsis caapi.

Ayahuma Couroupita guianesis, Ayahuasca admixture plant.

Ayak toplari 1. Turkish term for amfeta-mines. 2. Turish term for STP. Ayawasca Banisteriopsis caapi. Ayawaska Banisteriopsis caapi.

Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 1900s opiated patent medicine.

Ayeramate Meprobamate.

Ayi Peyote.

Ayr Secbutabarbital.

Ayran Alcohol beverage made from fermented cow-milk by the Mongols. Ayrcap Secbutabarbital. Ayurvedic Traditional medicine in India that uses marijuana to treat various problems such as diarrhea, cholera, tetanus, insomnia, loss of appetite and malaria. Az-Kap Secbutabarbital. Azalla Cannabis. Azàm Hashish.

Azaraki Strychnos nux-vomica South Asian and South East Asian tree containing strychnine.

Azene Clorazepate or Clorazepate monopotassium.

Azeotropic Mixture Solution that contains the same ratio of chemical constituents after it is. The most common example is a solution of 4.43% water and 95.57% ethyl alcohol. Constituents of such mixtures cannot be separated by ordinary distillation, but addition of another chemical may make this possible - as in the addition of benzene to the above alcohol/water solution. Azepamid Medazepam. Azepyl Chlordiazepoxide or Chlordiazepox-ide hydrochloride.

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