Hook up the reindeers Colloquial term for

for preparing cocaine for injection.

Hook, auf dem German colloquial term for a stage of acute addiction.

Hookah 1. Colloquial term for a water pipe for hashish or marijuana smoking, filters the smoke through water or wine. 2. English magazine in favor of cannabis legalization.

Hooked Colloquial term for being addicted.

Hooked on the gow Colloquial term for an intavenous drug addict.

Hooked on the needle Colloquial term for an intavenous drug addict. Hooker Colloquial term for a prostitute. Hooking Colloquial term for prostituting (for money to drugs).

Hootch 1. Colloquial term for alcohol.

2. Colloquial term for alcohol drinker.

3. Colloquial term for distilled alcoholic spirits (generally 40% alcohol or greater). 4. Colloquial term for homemade distilled alcoholic spirits (generally 40% alcohol or greater). Hooter 1. Colloquial term for a mixture of cocaine and marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for a large marijuana cigarette.

Hop 1. Either of two species of the genus Humulus, nonwoody annual or perennial vines in the hemp family Cannabeceae native to temperate North America, Eurasia, and South America. The hops used in the brewery industry are the dried female flower clusters (cones) of the common hop H. lupulus. The Japanese hop H. japonicus is a quick-growing annual species used as a screening vine. Hops have been used almost exclusively for brewing purposes for 1,200 years. The brewing value of the cones is based on their content of bitter (soft) resins, essential oils, and tannins. These constituents, which are extracted from hops by boiling in wort (an aqueous infusion of malt), impart the desired mellow bitterness and delicate hop aroma to brewed beverages and aid in their preservation. 2. Colloquial term for opium. 3. Colloquial term for a dose of morphine. 4. Colloquial term for a dose of heroin.

5. Colloquial term for an opium addict.

6. Colloquial term for marijuana. 7. Collo quial term for narcotics for injecting or inhaling.

Hop dog Colloquial term for an opium addict.

Hop dreams Colloquial term for dreams after use of opium.

Hop gun Colloquial term for a syringe. Hop head Colloquial term for a drug addict. Hop hog Colloquial term for a drug addict. Hop joint Colloquial term for a place where opium is smoked.

Hop layout Colloquial term for paraphernalia for opium smoking.

Hop merchant Colloquial term for an opium dealer.

Hop on the monkey wagon Colloquial term for becoming addicted to drugs. Hop party 1. Colloquial term for a marijuana party. 2. Colloquial term for an opium party.

Hop stick Colloquial term for an opium pipe.

Hop stiff Colloquial term for an addict.

Hopezepam Temazepam.

Hophead 1. Colloquial term for a drug user.

2. Colloquial term for an opium user.

Hopiton Dimethylthiaambutene hydrochlo-

ride.

Hopped up Colloquial term for being under the influence of drugs. Hoppie Colloquial term for a drug addict. Hoppy Colloquial term for an addict. Hops Colloquial term for drugs. Hops gehen 1. German colloquial term for death after drug use. 2. German colloquial term for being identified by a police drug squad.

Hopster Colloquial term for an opium addict. Hor Thai colloquial term for a quantity of heroin no 4 for 10 baht. Horizon Diazepam.

Hormiga 1. Argentinean colloquial term for petty smuggler. 2. Colloquial term for small amount of contraband (drugs). Hormofemin compound Phenobarbital. Horn Colloquial term for snorting cocaine; crack pipe.

Horned Colloquial term for nasal insufflation; "snort" cocaine.

Horner Colloquial term for person who snorts drugs.

Horning Colloquial term for heroin; to inhale cocaine.

Horny Colloquial term for heroin.(logo of blue stars).

Horror 1. Colloquial term for a state of fear. 2. Colloquial term for vad drug effects. Horror drug Colloquial term for belladonna preparations.

Horror-trip Colloquial term for LSD intoxication ending in fear and the feeling of panic.

Horrors Colloquial term for the unpleasant aftereffects of cocaine and amfetamines. Horsad Swedisn colloquial term for being high on heroin.

Horse Colloquial term for heroin. Horse and buggy Colloquial term for paraphernalia used by an addict for preparation and injection.

Horse fix Colloquial term for a heroin injection.

Horse heads Colloquial term for amfeta-mine.

Horse radish Colloquial term for heroin. Horse tracks Colloquial term for PCP. Horse trank Colloquial term for PCP. Horse tranquilizer Colloquial term for PCP.

Horse's head Colloquial term for a cocktail without alcohol.

Horse's neck Colloquial term for a cocktail without alcohol.

Horsebacked Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Horselen Dutch Colloquial term for larceny in order to finance drugs. Horseman 1. Colloquial term for a person transporting heroin. 2. Colloquial term for a drug courier.

Horsey Colloquial term for acting playful while being high on drugs. Horst Danish colloquial term for a combination of heroin and cocaine. Horova Psychotria viridis. Hospice movement A movement working for palliative care and attends to the emotional, spiritual, social, and financial needs of terminally ill patients at an inpatient facility or at the patient's home. The hospice movement developed in Britain in the 1960s. They pointed out that an unmotivated fear of drug addiction often led to that terminally ill patient did not get sufficient pain relieve. They also advocated the use of effective painkillers such as Bromptons cocktail. French, from Old French, from Latin hospitium, hospitality, from hospes, hospit-, host.]. Hospital Colloquial term for a prison. Hospital heroin Colloquial term for hydro-morphone (Dilaudid).

Hospitalized Colloquial term for being imprisoned.

Hosselen Dutch colloquial term for drug dealing.

Hostage Colloquial term for person left as 'good faith' in a drug deal especially practiced in cocaine deals- the buyers leave one of their people in South America and the sellers leave one of their people at the other end of the bargain to assure completion of the drug deal -the 'hostages' also act as communications per sons.

Hostalginan S Phenobarbital. Hot 1. Colloquial term for being wanted by the police (for drug related crimes). 2. Colloquial term for stolen drugs. Hot H Colloquial term for heroin of good quality.

Hot and cold Colloquial term for a combination of heroin and cocaine. Hot box 1. South African colloquial term for a closed room where cannabis is smoked. 2. Colloquial term for purity check for cocaine -electrically determines the melting point of the cocaine (altered by any diluents or adulterants).

Hot box test Colloquial term for purity check for cocaine -electrically determines the melting point of the cocaine (altered by any diluents or adulterants). Hot bust Colloquial term for being arrested based on information of an informant. Hot dope Colloquial term for heroin. Hot hay Colloquial term for marijuana. Hot heroin Colloquial term for poisoned to give to a police informant. Hot ice Colloquial term for smokable metam-fetamine.

Hot load Colloquial term for a lethal injection of an opioid.

Hot shot 1. Colloquial term for fatal injection of a drug. 2. Colloquial term for overdose of a drug after a period of abstention. 3. Colloquial term for pure heroin. 4. Colloquial term for cyanide or other poison concealed in narcotics to kill a troublesome addict. 5. Colloquial term for large intravenous injection of cocaine and heroin. 6. Colloquial term for sufficient intravenous heroin to kill someone (purposeful).

Hot stick Colloquial term for a marijuana cigarette.

Hot thang Colloquial term for cocaine. Hotcakes Colloquial term for crack. Hotel Colloquial term for prison. Hotline 1. A telephone line that gives quick and direct access to a source of information or help. It is often a free-phone number. Hotlines are effective ways to spread information and advice to target groups about drug abuse, aids and social problems. 2. Colloquial term for heroin.

Hounded Colloquial term for being addicted. Hourbese Phendimetrazine bitartrate. Hoursed Pentobarbital. House Colloquial term for heroin. House fee Colloquial term for money paid to enter a crackhouse.

House piece Colloquial term for crack given to the owner of a crackhouse or apartment where crack users congregate.

Hovaletten Phenobarbital.

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