Folium cocae Coca leaf

Folkodein Pholcodine.

Folkodien Pholcodine.

Folkodin Pholcodine.

Folköl Swedish term for beer containing 2.8 % alcohol.

Following that cloud Colloquial term for searching for drugs.

Foo foo stuff 1. Colloquial term for heroin. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine. Foo-foo Colloquial term for powdered drugs. Foo-foo dust Colloquial term for cocaine. Foo-foo powder Colloquial term for powdered drugs.

Food and Drug Administration (FDA), agency in the Public Health Service division of the US. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Established in 1928, it is charged with protecting public health by ensuring that foods are safe and pure, cosmetics and other chemical substances harmless, and products safe, effective, and honestly labeled. All new medicinal drugs in the USA must be licensed for use by the FDA.

Fool pills Colloquial term for barbiturates. Foolish pleasure Colloquial term for heroin.

Foolish powder 1. Colloquial term for heroin. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine. Foon Colloquial term for opium for smoking. Football 1. Colloquial term for Dilaudid 2. Colloquial term for oval shape pill of amfe-tamine sulfate. 3. Colloquial term for (oval shape) Placidyl, Xanax. Footballs Colloquial term for amfetamine. Force, the Colloquial term for LSD on paper. Ford, Betty 1. (b. 1918) US first lady and wife of president Gerald Ford. Made hidden alcoholism and female alcoholism to a public issue when she openly told about her alcohol and drug problem Betty Ford's autobiography was titled The Times of My Life and was published 1978. In 1987, Betty: a glad awakening was published. This second book is the story of her recovery from chemical dependency. Since her treatment for alcohol and prescription drug dependency in 1978, Mrs. Ford has been an active and outspoken advocate for improved awareness, education and treatment for alcohol and other drug dependence. Mrs. Ford was active in the fund raising and planning of the Betty Ford Center which opened in 1982 and is regarded as a leading US treatment facility. 2. The Betty Ford Story, film released in 1987. Director David Greene: Gena Rowlands won an Emmy for her towering portrayal of former first lady. After surviving breast cancer, the feisty Mrs. Ford earns the love and admiration of the entire country. This makes it all the harder for Mrs. Ford to keep private her biggest personal battle-against alcohol and prescription-drug addiction. Fordex Amfetamine sulfate. Fordrim Flurazepam or Flurazepam hydro-chloride.

Forget me pill Colloquial term for fluni-trazepam.

Forjar Colloquial term for rolling a mari juana cigarette. Forma cristalina Crystals. Formaika Italian colloquial term for heroin. Former alcoholic Controversial term for an alcoholic who does not drink alcohol in an uncontrolled way. The term is inappropriate within the AA movement who prefers the term recovering alcoholic. Formulone Phenobarbital. Forspaz Phenobarbital. Fortabs Butalbital.

Fortagesic Pentazocine or Pentazocine hydrochloride or Pentazocine lactate. Fortal Pentazocine or Pentazocine hydro-chloride or Pentazocine lactate. Fortalgesic Pentazocine or Pentazocine hy-drochloride or Pentazocine lactate. Fortalin Pentazocine.

Forte General term for when a drug dose is stronger than the standard dose.

Fortified wine Wine, such as sherry, to which alcohol, usually in the form of grape brandy, has been added.

Fortral Pentazocine or Pentazocine hydro-

chloride or Pentazocine lactate.

Fortralin Pentazocine.

Fortrin Phenobarbital.

Fortronal Cyclobarbital and Phenobarbital.

Fortuss Dihydrocodeine bitartrate.

Fortwin Pentazocine or Pentazocine hydro-

chloride or Pentazocine lactate.

Forty-five-minute psychosis Colloquial term for DMT.

Forty-niner Colloquial term for a cocaine addict.

Fortyfive-minute-psychosis Colloquial term for dimethyltryptamine (DMT). Forwards Colloquial term for amfetamine. Fosfato dihidrogenado de 3-(2-dimetil-aminoetil)-indol-4-ilo Psilocybine. Fosfenil sedativo Phenobarbital. Fotral Pentazocine.

Four 1. Colloquial term for LSD. 2. Colloquial term for Empirin with codeine no 4 and Doriden. 3. Colloquial term for Dilaudid (% gram).

Four Ds Colloquial term for [Al-Anon] four important facets in decision making are: dig, deliberate, decide, and do it. Four Stars Colloquial term for heroin.(logo of four stars).

Four absolutes Colloquial term for (12 Step) four absolutes for recovery are honesty, unselfishness, love and purity, also called the "principles" of AA (Oxford movement). Four and four Colloquial term for 4 units of heroin and 4 units of cocaine. Four doors Colloquial term for codeine and glutethimide (Doriden) ; effects like heroin. Four five Colloquial term for pistol of the .45

caliber variety, typically semi-automatic. Four way 1. Colloquial term for LSD on paper. 2. Colloquial term for a combination of LSD, STP, metamfetamines (or cocaine), and strychnine.

Four way-66 Colloquial term for Tuinal (amobarbital & secobarbital), named for numbers on the 100 mg. capsule). Fours and Dors Colloquial term for a combination of Empirin with codeine no. 4 and Doriden.

Fours & doors Colloquial term for codeine and glutethimide (Doriden) ; effects like heroin.

Fours & dors Colloquial term for codeine and glutethimide (Doriden) ; effects like heroin.

Foursed Methylphenobarbital and Phenobarbital.

Fourteen Colloquial term for a needle. Fourth T Colloquial term for one guarter of an eighth ounce of cocaine . Fourth degree Colloquial term for withdrawal symptoms. Foy-anodyne Phenobarbital. Foy-nux Phenobarbital. Fractured Colloquial term for being high. Fragrant weed Colloquial term for tobacco. Fraho Colloquial term for marijuana. Frajo Colloquial term for marijuana. Frankenstein effect Colloquial term for acromegaly produced by human growth hormone (HGH) (protruding eyebrows, enlarged knuckles, odd body conformity) like Dr. Frankenstein's monster - HGH is taken by some body builders and athletes in an attempt to enhance growth.

Frankfurt declaration Declaration adopted by European Cities on Drug Policy demanding:

1. Legalization of possession and consumption of cannabis. 2. Legalization of possession of other illegal drugs for personal use.

3. Methadone programs of low threshold type.

4. Project for evaluating legal prescriptions of opioids like heroin.

Frankincense Boswellia sacra. Frankincense tree Boswellia sacra. Franklin Colloquial term for a 100 dollar bill.

Franodil Phenobarbital. Franol Phenobarbital. Franyl Phenobarbital.

Franzosenkapp [Cap of the Frenchman] German name for Aconitum napellus. Frasigun Methaqualone. Fraustan Diazepam. Freak 1. Colloquial term for a thing or an occurrence that is markedly unusual or irregular. 2. Colloquial term for a drug user or ad dict. 3. Colloquial term for an eccentric or nonconformist person, especially a member of a counterculture. 4. Colloquial term for an enthusiast. 5. Colloquial term for a person using Methedrine to excess. 6. Colloquial term for undergoing either a very beautiful or a very bad experience. 7. Colloquial term for being psychotic. 8. Colloquial term for a person who excessively and habitually uses a substance, especially LSD.

Freak out 1. Colloquial term for an experience of frightening feelings or hallucinations, especially as a result of taking a drug.

2. Colloquial term for an experience or scene of unrestrained excitement or irrational behavior.

3. Colloquial term for one having such an experience or participating in such a scene. Freak rock Colloquial term for dancing while being high on LSD.

Freak-up Colloquial term for concious abnormal behaviour.

Freaken German colloquial term for:

1. A thing or an occurrence that is markedly unusual or irregular. 2. A drug user or addict. 3. An eccentric or nonconformist person, especially a member of a counterculture. 4. An enthusiast. 5. A person using Methedrine to excess. 6. To undergo either a very beautiful or a very bad experience. 7. To be psychotic. 8. Colloquial term for person who excessively and habitually uses a substance, especially LSD.

Freaking 1. Colloquial term for experience or cause to experience frightening hallucinations or feelings of paranoia, especially as a result of taking a drug. Often used with out.

2. Colloquial term for behaving or cause to behave irrationally and uncontrollably. Often used with out. 3. Colloquial term for becoming or cause to become greatly excited or upset. Often used with out.

Freaking freely Colloquial term for a condition caused by LSD use. Freakout 1. Colloquial term for lose touch with reality. 2. Colloquial term for the desired effect of a hallucinogen. 3. Colloquial term for having a bad experience with LSD. Freaky Colloquial term for concious abnormal behavior.

Freaky feeling Colloquial term for condition caused by LSD use. Free dope Colloquial term used as motto by those who pledge for legalization of cannabis use.

Free draw Colloquial term for a free sample of cannabis given by the dealer to encourage the customer to buy.

Free lunch Colloquial term for buffet meal given "free" to purchaser of drinks. Free thinking Colloquial LSD term from 1960 to describe an unbounded thought pattern disassociated from reality - colors appear to come alive and glow; spaces between objects take on a greater subjective importance; users have a dazed wonderment at the beauty of common things - already existing feelings are intensified and become overwhelming (dread, fear, delight, sadness). Free trip Colloquial term for transient reoccurrence of aspects of a previous drug experience (hallucinogen or PCP). Free-baser Colloquial term for.a person who inhales cocaine smoke. Freebase Colloquial term for smokable form of cocaine (also called alkaloidal base), a purified base form made from cocaine (street cocaine) by processing with volatile chemicals, usually ether, typically smoked through a water pipe.

Freebase equipment Colloquial term for equipment used for /reebase smoking: glass beaker, Bunsen burner and pipe. Freebase kit Colloquial term for equipment used for /reebase smoking: glass beaker, Bunsen burner and pipe.

Freebase rock Colloquial term for crack. Freebies 1. Colloquial term for a free drug trip. 2. Colloquial term for freon inhalation. Freed Term for [12 Step group] book which serves as the framework for a 12 Step group for persons who have overcome any form of addiction - has Jesus Christ as higher power. Freeze 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for renege on a drug deal. Freier German colloquial term for prostitution customer.

Frekentine Am/epramone hydrochloride. Frenantal composé Phenobarbital. Frenantrole compuesto Phenobarbital. Frenap Am/etamine sulfate. Frenatol composé Phenobarbital. French Connection 1. Colloquial term for the organised drug dealers operating from Marseille and dominated the heroin trade in the 1960s and 1970s. They were importing large amount of opium and opioids from the Middle East to laboratories in Marseille where it where converted to heroin and exported to USA:s and Europe's bigger cities. 2. Title of a film directed by William Friedkin from 1971 with Gene Hackman as the main character. The film partly based on a real story picture the drug trade from Marseille to USA. It got 5 Oscars. It was followed by French Connection II (1975), and the TV-drama Popeye Dole (1986).

French blue Colloquial term for am/etamine.

French blues 1. Colloquial term for blue amfetamine tablets. 2. Colloquial term for a combination of amfetamines and barbiturates which is injected.

French fries Colloquial term for crack. French quaalude Colloquial term for. methaqualone.

French wine coca Cocaine containing nerve tonic invented by John Styth Pemberton from Atlanta, USA after the success of Vin coca Mariani - in 1886 Pemberton added another ingredient and changed the name to Coca-Cola.

Frenormol Amobarbital. Frenotensil Methylphenobarbital and Phenobarbital. Frenotos Zipeprol. Fresh Colloquial term for PCP. Fresh and sweet Colloquial term for being released from prison.

Freshman Colloquial term for a new drug addict.

Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939), Austrian physician and founder of psychoanalysis who theorized that the symptoms of hysterical patients represent forgotten and unresolved infantile psychosexual conflicts. His psychoanalytic theories, which initially met with hostility, profoundly influenced 20th-century thought. 1884- 1887 Freud devoted most of his time to the study of cocaine, he ordered the substance from the pharmaceutical company Merck in Darmstadt and injected himself with relative small quantities and tried it on his patients 28 years old he published a very enthusiastic report on cocaine Über Coca. where he hailed cocaine as an ideal drug against depression, nervousness, hysteria, hypochondria, neurasthenia, anemia, tuberculosis and persistent fever, he also briefly mentioned the local anesthetic effects of cocaine. Freud also prescribed cocaine to his friend Ernst von Fleischl who was addicted to morphine. It was Freuds friend the ophtalmologist Carl Koller who discovered and published articles about the revolutionary anesthetic effects of cocaine. Freud regretted deeply that he had not himself finished his studies over this because he was in love and wanted to visit his fiancee. Ernst von Fleischl died in a severe double dependence on cocaine and morphine. In several scientific papers Freud was criticized over his naive enthusiasm over cocaine and Freud has described this period as one of the worst in his life. Freudal Diazepam.

Fried Colloquial term for being very high on drugs.

Friede German colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Friedhof 1. German term for a cementary. 2. German colloquial term for a prison. Friend Colloquial term for fentanyl. Friendly powder Colloquial term for cocaine.

Fries Colloquial term for crack. Frijol de Playa Drug made of parts from the shrub Canavalia maritim. It is smoked by Indians at the coast of the Mexican Gulf and have hallucinogen effects. The active substances are not fully studied. Frijol de chintlatlahua Rhynchosia pyramidalis.

Frijoles Colloquial term for mescal beans. Frijolillo 1. Sophora secundiflora. 2. Rhyn-chosia pyramidalis.

Frijolillo of Texas Sophora secundiflora. Frijolillos Sophora secundiflora. Frijolito Sophora secundiflora. Fringanor Phendimetrazine pamoate. Frios Colloquial term for marijuana laced with PCP.

Frisco special Colloquial term for a mixture of cocaine, heroin and LSD. Frisco speedball 1. Colloquial term for heroin injected intravenously and simultaneously with cocaine in a ratio of two "boys" heroin to one "girl" cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for a combination of cocaine, heroin and LSD.

Frisin Clobazam. Frisium Clobazam. Frisiun Clobazam.

Frisk Colloquial term (Skid Row) for searching.

Friskie powder Colloquial term for cocaine.

Frisky powder Colloquial term for cocaine.

Frixolillo Sophora secundiflora.

Frocalium Methaqualone.

From Mount Shasta Colloquial term for being addicted to drugs.

Front Colloquial term for putting up money for a drug deal before the drugs are delivered.

Front loading Colloquial term for taking a drug from a bigger syringe and put it in smaller syringes.

Front the bread Colloquial term for paying for drugs in advance.

Front the cash Colloquial term for paying for drugs in advance.

Front the money Colloquial term for paying for drugs in advance. Front, at the Colloquial term for a place where one drug is taken after the other. Frontal Alprazolam.

Fruchtsalat German colloquial term for a combination of pills.

Fruit salad Colloquial term for a combination of pills.

Frumidan Phenobarbital.

Frumidan Chlordiazepoxide.

Frust German colloquial term for frustration.

Fry Colloquial term for crack.

Fry Daddie Colloquial term for crack and marijuana; cigarette laced with crack.

Fry daddy Colloquial term for crack and marijuana; cigarette laced with crack.

Frenantal Phenobarbital.

Fu 1. Colloquial term for marijuana.

2. Phytolacca acinosa.

Fu Manchu Colloquial term for a hashish smoker.

Fu-liu Betel pepper.

Fu-liu-t'eng Betel pepper.

Fuchskraut German name for Aconitum napellus.

Fuchsschwanz German name for Aconitum napellus.

Fuchswurz Aconitum napellus. Fuck Me please Colloquial term for heroin.

Fuck head Colloquial term for a mentally confused person.

Fuck up Colloquial term for goofing up a drug deal.

Fucked Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Fucked up Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Fuddle Colloquial term for confuse with drink.

Fuel 1. Colloquial term for marijuana mixed with insecticides. 2. Colloquial term for PCP. Fuente Colloquial term for source, drug supplier.

Fufal Areca catechu.

Fufal Areca catechu.

Fuff Colloquial term for hashish.

Fuffy German colloquial term for hashish worth 50 marks.

Fugoa Cathine.

Fugs US poetic rock-group founded 1964 in New York by Ed Sanders, Tuli Kupferberg and Ken Weaver, with guest performances of Allen Ginsberg. The Fugs became a cult group with roots in Greenwich Village s beat generation. Their songs contained anarchistic jokes about drugs, sex and politics. Fugua Cathine hydrochloride. Full 1. Colloquial term for being high on drugs. 2. Swedish colloquial term for being drunk on alcohol.

Full moon 1. Colloquial term for upper part of a peyote cactus. 2. Colloquial term for a round hashish cake.

Full of junk Colloquial term for being totally high on heroin.

Fulla Colloquial term for hashish. Fultjack Swedish colloquial term for bogus drugs, especially bogus amfetamine. Fuluz mahi Strychnos nux-vomica South Asian and South East Asian tree containing strychnine.

Fuma D'Angola Portuguese colloquial term for marijuana.

Fumadero Colloquial term for a marijuana smoking den.

Fumado Argentinean colloquial term for being under the influence of marijuana. Fumar Colloquial term for LSD. Fumata Colloquial term for a smoke-in. Fumette French colloquial term for a whiff of marijuana.

Fumo Italian colloquial term for hashish. Fumo brabo Cannabis. Fumo bravo Colloquial term for marijuana. Fumo de Angola Colloquial term for marijuana.

Fumo de cabolco Colloquial term for marijuana.

Fumones Spanish colloquial term for marijuana users.

Fun Colloquial term for a dose of opium. Fun joint Colloquial term for a place (apartment, restaurant) where drugs can be purchased.

Fun medicine Colloquial term for drugs in general.

Funaton Dimethylthiambutene hydrochlo-ride.

Funked out Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Funky 1. Colloquial term for having a moldy or musty smell. 2. Colloquial term for having a strong, offensive, unwashed odor.

3. Colloquial term for music that has an earthy quality reminiscent of the blues.

4. Colloquial term for earthy and uncomplicated; natural: 5. Colloquial term for self-expression, originality, and modishness; unconventional:

From funk, strong smell, tobacco smoke, perhaps from French dialectal funquer, to give off smoke, from Old French fungier, from Latin fumigare.

Funneling Colloquial term for use of a funnel for rapid ingestion of alcohol to get drunk quickly, especially teenagers and alcoholic college students.

Funny cigarettes Colloquial term for joints of marijuana or hashish.

Funny farm Colloquial term for a mental hospital.

Funny stuff Colloquial term for marijuana. Furaethidin Furethidine. Furethidin, -e, -um Furethidine. Furethidine C21H31NO4. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amend ments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 361.5. Percentage of anhydrous base: 100. See: Opioids.

Furethidine hydrobromide C21H31NO4 HBr. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 442. 4. Percentage of anhydrous base: 81. 7. See: Opioids. Furethidine methyliodide C21H31NO4 CH3I.Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 503. 4. Percentage of anhydrous base: 71. 8. See: Opioids. Furethidine picrate C21H31NO4 C6H3N3O7. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 590.6. Percentage of anhydrous base: 61. 2. See: Opioids. Furetidin Furethidine. Fusel Colloquial term for alcohol. Fusel oil An acrid, oily, poisonous liquid mixture of amyl alcohols, with a disagreeable odor and taste, occurring in incompletely distilled alcoholic liquids and used as a solvent and in the manufacture of explosives and pure amyl alcohols. A typical fusel oil contains 60-70 percent of amyl alcohol (q.v.), smaller amounts of n-propyl and iso-butyl alcohols, and traces of other components. Before industrial production of synthetic amyl alcohols began in the 1920s, fusel oil was the only commercial source of these compounds, which are major ingredients of lacquer solvents. The fusel oil alcohols are apparently produced during fermentation from amino acids. In industrial alcohol plants, fusel oil and ethyl alcohol are recovered from the fermented liquors and separated by distillation. In the beverage industry, fusel oil is ordinarily allowed to remain in the finished products. The amount present in a 50 per cent distilled alcoholic beverage is typically between 0.5 and 2 grams per liter. German Fusel, bad liquor, from Low German.

Fuselöl Colloquial term for.fusel oil. Fuso Italian colloquial term for a drug addict. Fusskranker German colloquial term for drug courier traveling by air. Future Colloquial term for metamfetmine.

Fuula Finnish colloquial term for bogus hashish.

Fuzz Colloquial for an undercover police agent.

Fuzzy navel Colloquial term for peach schnapps and orange juice.

Fuzzy sinsemilla Colloquial term for fresh sinsemilla (flowering top of marijuana plant) with stem fuzz still attached. Fuzzy tail Colloquial term for undercover police agent.

Fymi Finnish colloquial term for hashish. Fünf German colloquial term for withdrawal symptoms.

Fünf-fünf-fünf German colloquial term for opium.

Fünfeckiger Stern German colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Fünfundzwanzig 1. German colloquial term for being high on drugs. 2. German colloquial term for LSD.

Fünfzehn German colloquial term for opium. Fyre en rev Norwegian colloquial term for smoking hashish.

Fysari Finnish colloquial term for hangover following drug use. Fysepton Methadone hydrochloride. Füsse German colloquial term for a drug courier.

Fytska Finnish colloquial term for hashish.

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