Black maria

Colloquial term for highly potent marijuana. Black mo Colloquial term for hashish. Black moat Colloquial term for highly potent marijuana.

Black mole Colloquial term for hashish. Black mollies 1. Colloquial term for amfetamines. 2. Colloquial term for Benzedrine. Black monte Colloquial term for hashish. Black mota Colloquial term for hashish. Black mote Colloquial term for marijuana mixed with honey.

Black oil Colloquial term for hashish oil. Black parica Anadenanthera peregrina. Black pearl 1. Colloquial term for heroin. 2. Colloquial term for black pill marketed in California as a Chinese arthritic remedy - contains herbs, spices, and traces of Librium, Valium and a diuretic.

Black pill Colloquial term for opium pill. Black pills Colloquial term for opium pellets, smoked in a pipe. Black powder

Colloquial term for black hashish ground into powder.

Black prince Colloquial term for dark hashish from Afghanistan. Black rock Colloquial term for crack. Black shit Colloquial term for opium of low quality.

Black spot Colloquial term for opium den. Black star Colloquial term for LSD. Black stuff 1. Colloquial term for heroin.

2. Colloquial term for black tar opium.

3. Colloquial term for blood in feces from any source, but especially related to "booting", the repeated injection and reinjection of a drug mixed with blood from the vein.

Black stuff blancho Colloquial term for cocaine and opium.

Black sunshine Colloquial term for LSD. Black tabs Colloquial term for LSD. Black tar heroin Colloquial term for crude Mexican heroin (high potency even though in impure form).

Black tar opium Colloquial term for tar-like opium mainly for smoking. Black whack Colloquial term for PCP. Black widows Colloquial term for amfeta-mines.

Blackkout 1. Acute anterograde amnesia, not associated with loss of consciousness, resulting from the ingestion of alcohol or other substances a period of memory loss during which there is little if any recall of activities. When this occurs in the course of chronic alcohol ingestion, it is sometimes referred to as the ''alcoholic palimpsest". 2. Colloquial term for anterograde amnesia not associated with loss of consciousness, occurring during or immediately after an alcohol drinking session, or from alprazolam (Xanax) triazolam (Hal-cion) , possibly some other (benzodiazepines) and barbiturates. 3. Colloquial term for stimulant under the influence of which individuals learn information which is not remembered at a later point in time

Blacks Colloquial term for amfetamine. Blackthorn A thorny, deciduous Eurasian shrub (Prunus spinosa), having white flowers and small, bluish-black, plum like fruits used chiefly for flavoring alcoholic bever ages such as sloe gin. Also called sloe. Blade Colloquial term for for razor blade used when snorting cocaine. Blairphen Phenobarbital. Blam Colloquial term for a dose of cocaine. Blanca 1. Spanish colloquial term for heroin. 2. Latin American colloquial term for cocaine. 3. Colloquial term for amfetamines. 4. Colloquial term for stimulants. Blanche 1. French colloquial term for smoking hashish or marijuana. 2. French colloquial term for cocaine. 3. French colloquial term for heroin.

Blanco 1. Colloquial term for heroin.

2. Colloquial term for cocaine.

Blanco de Espana Colloquial term for LSD.

Blanco y negro Colloquial term for weak marijuana.

Blank 1. Colloquial term for very weak drugs. 2. Colloquial term for milk sugar or any other kind of powder sold as narcotics.

3. Colloquial term for capsule of powder supposedly saturated with LSD, but which does not contain the drug.

Blank sein Colloquial term for not having money to purchase drugs. Blanket Colloquial term for a marijuana cigarette.

Blanking out Colloquial term for amnesia not associated with loss of consciousness, occurring during or immediately after a drinking session.

Blanks 1. Colloquial term for heroin.

2. Colloquial term for low quality drugs. Blast 1. Colloquial term for smoking marijuana; 2. Colloquial term for smoking crack.

3. Colloquial term for a student beer party. Blast Mary Jane Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast a joint Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast a reefer Colloquial term for smoking a joint of marijuana or hashish.

Blast a roach Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast a stick Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast party Colloquial term for group gathered to smoke marijuana. Blast the joint Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast the reefer Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast the stick Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast the weed Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blast weed Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blasted 1. Colloquial term for being drunk. 2. Colloquial term for being under the influence of drugs.

Blaster Colloquial term for a marijuana-smoker.

Blastido (suy) Colloquial term for heavy intoxication from marijuana. Blasting party Colloquial term for a drug party.

Blatt Colloquial term for LSD on paper. Blatt-Löffel German colloquial term for small silver spoon for use of cocaine. Blau sein German colloquial term for being drunk.

Blau werden German colloquial term for drug-induced collapse (when arms. legs and lips turns blue).

Blauche 1. Colloquial term for smoking hashish or marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine.

Blaue Löwen Colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Blaue Mikros Colloquial term for LSD-trips. Blaue Träne Colloquial term for blue LSD tablets.

Blauelsterkraut German name for Aconitum napellus.

Blauer German colloquial term for 100 mark bill.

Blauer Adler German colloquial term for 100 mark bill.

Blauer Akonit Aconitum napellus. Blauer Engel Colloquial term for barbiturates.

Blauer Gott German colloquial term for LSD.

Blaukappen Aconitum napellus. Blaumützen Aconitum napellus. Blaze Colloquial term for marijuana. Blazed Colloquial term for being high. Bleach Colloquial term for recommended agent for cleansing needles used for intravenous injection of drugs (to prevent AIDS). Bleach test Colloquial term for purity test -indicates the amount and type of diluent used in "cutting" cocaine.

Bleichgesicht Colloquial term for needle addict.

Blend 1. Colloquial term for whiskey containing either two or more straight whiskeys or a blend of whiskey and neutral spirits (usually 40%-50% alcohol). 2. Swedish brand-name for a cigarette introduced by Tobaksbolaget 1971 as the first low-tar cigarette. Blend became rapidly one of the market leaders in the Scandinavian tobacco market. Blended whiskey Mixture of straight whiskey. (that distilled from mash of a single grain) and mixed-grain whiskey or neutral spirits. Blended straight whiskey is a mixture of straight whiskeys only. Whiskeys are blended in order to achieve a uniform product with a balanced character and, generally, a lighter, somewhat less pronounced taste than that of straight whiskey.

Blenker German colloquial term for an undercover agent. Blesin Lorazepam.

Blessed plant Colloquial term for marijuana.

Bleu Heaven Colloquial term for LSD tablet.

Bleu Rock Colloquial term for LSD tablet. Bleu acid Colloquial term for LSD tablet. Bleu cheer Colloquial term for LSD tablet. Blew his cork Colloquial term for becoming psychotic due to an overdose. Blind 1. Colloquial term for being drunk. 2. Colloquial term for being high on drugs. Blind drunk Colloquial term for being drunk.

Blind pig Colloquial term for a place where alcoholic beverages are sold illegally; a speakeasy. Also called: Regional. blind pig. After the early custom of exhibiting animal curiosities in speakeasies. Blind running rage Colloquial term for [Al-Anon] equal to "alcoholic rage", not induced by chemicals - physical/emotional outburst probably due to pent up frustrations from dealing with an alcoholic - may be a key factor in child abuse and other abuses by persons who live with addicted individuals and are continuously unable to do anything about "curing" the circumstances -a personal recommendation of the authors is to get such individuals to Al-Anon immediately.

Blind squid Colloquial term for a mix of ketamine, belladonna and LSD. Blind tiger

Colloquial term for a place where alcoholic beverages are sold illegally; a speakeasy. After the early custom of exhibiting animal curiosities in speakeasies. Blitz German colloquial term for LSD trip. Blitzed 1. Colloquial term for being drunk. 2. Colloquial term for being high on drugs. Blizzard Colloquial term for white cloud in a pipe used to smoke cocaine. Blo Colloquial term for cocaine. Blocardyl "S" Chlordiazepoxide. Block Colloquial term for marijuana. Block busters 1. Colloquial term for barbiturates. 2. Colloquial term for depressants. in general.

Block stick Colloquial term for a joint of marijuana or hashish.

Blockbuster Colloquial term for 50 mg Nembutal, pentobarbital capsules. Blockbusters Colloquial term for barbitu rates.

Blocked Colloquial term for being high on drugs and not able to function. Blocked up Colloquial term for being high on drugs and not able to function. Blok Colloquial term for 1 kilo of marijuana. Bloker Colloquial term for a cocaine addict. Blomkisal Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital sodium. Blomman for dagen Morning glory seeds. Blomsilan Oxazepam. Blond Dutch colloquial term for weak blond hashish.

Blonde Colloquial term for marijuana. Blonde hash Colloquial term for hashish from Lebanon.

Blonder Colloquial term for hashish from Lebanon.

Blonder Marokkaner Colloquial term for hashish from Morocco. Blood Alcohol Concentration BAC. The concentration of alcohol in the blood, expressed as the weight of alcohol in a fixed volume of blood and used as a measure of the degree of intoxication in an individual. The concentration depends on body weight, the quantity and rate of alcohol ingestion, and the rates of alcohol absorption and metabolism. Also called Blood Alcohol Level. Blood alcohol level The concentration of alcohol (ethanol) present in the blood. It i usually expressed as mass per unit volume, but different countries may express it differently or use different units examples include milligrams per 100 millilitres (mg/100 ml or, incorrectly, mg percent). milligrams per litre (mg/l), grams per 100 millilitres (g/100 ml), grams percent. and millimoles per litre. A concentration of 8 parts per thousand would be expressed in legal terminology in USA as 08%, in Scandinavia as 0.8 promille. and in Canada and elsewhere as 80 mg/100 ml. National differences also exist in the BAL set as the legal limit for driving under "per se" laws with most limits in the range 20-l00 mg/100 ml.

The BAL is often extrapolated from measurements made on breath or urine or other biological fluids in which the alcohol concentration bears a known relationship to that in the blood. The Widmark calculation is a technique for estimating BAL at a given time after alcohol ingestion by extrapolating from BALs at known times and assuming a fixed rate of alcohol elimination (zero order kinetics). In some jurisdictions this is considered a dubious assumption and estimates of BALs at previous points in time are not accepted. Blood boosting 1. Colloquial term for in travenous injection of blood or red blood cells by athletes to boost the oxygen carrying capacity -an illegal act for athletes, packing can cause blood clotting due to blood thickness. 2. Colloquial term for withdrawing blood into a syringe which mixes it with the drug contained there, and reinjecting the blood and the drug.

Blood doping A relatively new technique that has been used by some athletes to increase their performance and endurance. It consists of giving a blood transfusion to add red blood cells to increase the oxygen-carrying ability of the blood. It is illegal in most competitions. Also called blood boosting, blood packing. Blood packing A relatively new technique that has been used by some athletes to increase their performance and endurance. It consists of giving a blood transfusion to add red blood cells to increase the oxygen-carrying ability of the blood. It is illegal in most competitions. Blood pressure Stimulants like amfeta-mine and cocaine can lead to a fast onsetting and very strong increase of the blood pressure and sometimes leads to blasts of bloodvessels in the brain.

Blood-brain barrier A physiological mechanism that alters the permeability of brain capillaries, so that some substances, such as certain drugs, are prevented from entering brain tissue, while other substances are allowed to enter freely. Fat soluble substances such as THC in cannabis easily pass the barrier.

Bloods Colloquial term for Los Angeles street gang noted for widespread distribution of drugs in the entire USA.

Bloody shame Colloquial term for a Bloody

Mary without alcohol; tomato juice and spices; usually for abstainers.

Blotter 1. Colloquial term for LSD;.

2. Colloquial term for cocaine.

Blotter acid Colloquial term for LSD.

Blotter cube Colloquial term for LSD.

Blow 1. Colloquial term for snorting a drug.

2. Colloquial term for cocaine; to inhale cocaine;

3. Colloquial term for smoking marijuana. Blow a fill Colloquial term for smoking opium.

Blow a fix Colloquial term for injection misses the vein and is wasted in the skin. Blow a pill Colloquial term for smoking opium.

Blow a shot Colloquial term for injection misses the vein and is wasted in the skin. Blow a stick Colloquial term for smoking a marijuana cigarette.

Blow blue Colloquial term for snorting cocaine.

Blow coke Colloquial term for snorting cocaine.

Blow it out Colloquial term for getting drunk.

Blow one's roof Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blow smoke Colloquial term for snorting cocaine.

Blow snow Colloquial term for sniffing cocaine.

Blow some smoke Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blow the vein Colloquial term for injection misses the vein and is wasted in the skin. Blow up Colloquial term for crack cut with lidocaine to increase size, weight, and street value.

Blow weed Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blow your mind Colloquial term for becoming intoxicated on a psychedelic drug. Blow-your-mind-roulette Colloquial term for game played with various drugs where drugs are taken randomly. Blowcaine Colloquial term for crack cut with procaine.

Blowing pot Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blowing smoke Colloquial term for smoking marijuana.

Blown away 1. Colloquial term for being drunk. 2. Colloquial term for being very intoxicated.

Blowout 1. Colloquial term for crack.

2. Colloquial term for a heavy alcohol and/or drug consuming party.

Blowup Colloquial term for cocaine.

Blu-phen Phenobarbital.

Blud madman Colloquial term for PCP.

Blue 1. Colloquial term for depressants.

2. Colloquial term for crack. 3. Colloquial term for amobarbital. 4. Colloquial term for amfetamines.

Blue Cross Butalbital APAP and Caffeine Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Butalbital.

Blue Diamond Colloquial term for heroin (logo is a gemstone). Blue Ice 4-methylaminorex. Blue Monday Colloquial term for sad feelings upon returning to work - often because of an unenjoyable job, but sometimes because of a hangover or cessation of cocaine use. Blue Thunder Colloquial term for heroin (logo of hand holding lightning bolt). Blue acid Colloquial term for LSD. Blue aconite 1. Aconitum ferox. 2. Aconi-tum napellus.

Blue and clear 1. Colloquial term for amfe tamines. 2. Colloquial term for look-alike Fastin (stimulant) - typically caffeine, ephed-rine, pseudoephedrine, and/or phenylpropanolamine.

Blue and reds Colloquial term for (Tuinal) red and blue capsule containing amobarbital and secobarbital.

Blue angels 1. Colloquial term for amfetamines. 2. Colloquial term for depressants.

3. Colloquial term for amobarbital. Blue barrels Colloquial term for LSD. Blue bell Colloquial term for LSD.

Blue birds 1. Colloquial term for barbiturates. 2. Colloquial term for depressants in general. 3. Colloquial term for amobarbital. Blue blood Colloquial term for person injecting drugs intravenously. Blue boy Colloquial term for amfetamine. Blue bullets 1. Colloquial term for amo-barbital. 2. Colloquial term for depressants. in general. 3. Colloquial term for barbiturates. Blue cap Colloquial term for LSD. Blue caps 1. Colloquial term for mescaline.

2. Colloquial term for crack, from vial stopper color.

Blue capsule Colloquial term for amobarbi-tal.

Blue chairs Colloquial term for LSD. Blue cheer Colloquial term for LSD in tablets or capsules.

Blue cloud Colloquial term for amobarbital. Blue cross Mexican colloquial term for inhalant.

Blue crystal Colloquial term for amfetamines.

Blue de hue Colloquial term for marijuana from Vietnam.

Blue devil 1. Colloquial term for amobarbi-tal. 2. Colloquial term for depressants in general. 3. Colloquial term for barbiturates.

4. Colloquial term for images hallucinated in delirium tremens.

Blue dolls 1. Colloquial term for depressant. 2. Colloquial term for amobarbital.

3. Colloquial term for barbiturates. Blue dots Colloquial term for LSD. Blue fly Colloquial term for LSD.

Blue haze Colloquial term for euphoria from taking large amounts of Xanax. Blue hearts Colloquial term for amfetamines.

Blue heaven 1. Colloquial term for amo-barbital. 2. Colloquial term for barbiturates. 3. Colloquial term for LSD. 4. Colloquial term for morphine.

Blue heavens Colloquial term for depressants.

Blue jeans Colloquial term for dark blue LSD.

Blue lions Colloquial term for LSD on pa per.

Blue madman Colloquial term for PCP. Blue microdot Colloquial term for LSD. Blue mist Colloquial term for light blue LSD tablet.

Blue moons Colloquial term for LSD. Blue morning glory Colloquial term for hallucinogens.

Blue morphine Colloquial term for morphine (Numorphan).

Blue sage Colloquial term for marijuana. Blue saze Colloquial term for a joint of marijuana or hashish. Blue sky Colloquial term for LSD. Blue sky blond Colloquial term for high potency marijuana from Colombia. Blue sky blonde Colloquial term for marijuana from Colombia.

Blue star Colloquial term for an annual hoax letter sent to schools in the USA by unknown informants - describes a tattoo - 9 sheet of blue stars of LSD (the size of a pencil eraser) on a white sheet -since LSD is absorbed directly through the skin, it could not be handled - ostensibly given to children for fun or to addict them - the DEA has investigated this every year for years and believes that it continues to be a hoax. Blue tab Colloquial term for LSD. Blue tablet Colloquial term for look-alike Valium - typically an antihistamine such as doxylamine or chlorpheniramine, in combination with acetaminophen or salicylamide. Blue tips Colloquial term for depressants. Blue velvet 1. Colloquial term for opium and pyribenzamin. 2. Colloquial term for paregoric plus an antihistamine. Blue vials Colloquial term for LSD. Blue water-lily Even called ninfa or quet-zalaxochiacatl. The leaves contains the psy-choactive substance apomorphine. Blue wax Colloquial term for mescaline in a chewable bar.

Blue wedge Colloquial term for LSD. Bluebirds Colloquial term for barbiturates. Blues 1. Colloquial term for Valium. 2. Colloquial term for barbiturates. Blues Brothers See: Belushi, John. Blumen Colloquial term for LSD on paper. Blunt 1. Colloquial term for a cigar slit open and filled with marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana and cocaine inside a cigar.

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