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P 1. Colloquial term for mescaline. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine. 3. Colloquial term for peyote cactus (dumpling cactus). 4. Colloquial term for Preludin tablets.

P-1-methyl-3-ethyl-4-phenyl-4-propion-oxypiperidine Betameprodine. P-1-metiel-3-etiel-4-feniel-4-propion-oksiepiperidium Betameprodine. P-4-morpholinylethylmorphine Phol-

codine.

P-845 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

P-Männchen German colloquial term for Preludin tablets.

P-Tabletten German colloquial term for Preludin tablets.

P-dope Colloquial term for heroin which is 20-30% pure.

P-funk Colloquial term for heroin; crack and PCP.

P-meprodine Betameprodine. P-methadol Betamethadol. P-morpholinylethyl-morphine Phol-codine.

P-phenyl-tert-butylamin Phentermine. P-phenyl-tert-butylamine Phentermine. P-phenylisopropylamine Amfetamine. P-prodine Betaprodine. P-propionoxy-phenyl-1 -methyl-3-ethylpiperidine Betameprodine. P-propionyloxy phenyl methyl-1 ethyl-3 piperidine Betameprodine. P-tabs German colloquial term for Preludin tablets.

P-tea Colloquial term for urinanalysis. P.A. Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Amfetamine sulfate and Phenobarbital. P.A.P. No. 1 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

P.E.A. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

P.G. Colloquial term for camphorated opium tincture and an antihistaminic, usually pyribenzamine, injected or ingested. P.H. plus Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

P.O. Colloquial term for camphorated opium tincture and an antihistaminic, usually pyribenzamine, injected or ingested. P.P.C. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Pentobarbital sodium. P.R. Colloquial term for marijuana. P.S.C. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital sodium. PA Pills Anonymous World Service, mutual self help group organisation founded 1975 in USA modelled from Alcoholics Anonymous. It also organise significant others groups in Pil-Anon Family program in the same way as Al-Anon.

Pa-ree-ka Virola.

Paak Dutch colloquial term for hashish from Pakistan.

Paakje, een Dutch colloquial term for a dose of heroin.

Paalla Finnish colloquial term for being in possession of drugs.

Paan Betel pepper.

Paan supari Areca catechu.

Pabartal Diazepam.

Pacabarb CT Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Pacalfen Phenobarbital.

Pacapine CT Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Pacaps Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Butalbital or Phenobarbital. Pacaps, modified formula Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Butalbital. Pacco Italian colloquial term for a drug dealer who cheats. Pacerfin Diazepam. Paceum Diazepam.

Pacheco Mexican colloquial term for marijuana user.

Pachi Psidium guajava.

Pachycereus pecten-aborginum See:

Cawe.

Pacidrim Nitrazepam.

Pacientes Colloquial term for a marijuana user.

Pacienx Nitrazepam or Oxazepam. Pacifan Pentobarbital sodium. Pacineuril Phenobarbital. Pacinone Halazepam. Pacipam Diazepam. Pacisyn Nitrazepam. Pacitran Diazepam. Pacitran LP 10 Diazepam. Pacitran LP 20 Diazepam.

Pacitran dia y Diazepam. Pacitranlenotabs Diazepam. Pack 1. Colloquial term for heroin. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana. 3. Colloquial term for a heroin transport.

Pack heat Colloquial term for carrying a gun.

Pack of rockets Colloquial term for a packet of joints of marijuana. Pack of rocks Colloquial term for marijuana cigarette.

Package 1. Colloquial term for morphine. 2. Colloquial term for retail heroin, distribution amount.

Package store A store that sells sealed bottles of alcoholic beverages for consumption off the premises.

Packaging room Room in which marijuana is weighed, packaged and prepared for distribution.

Packed up Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Packen German colloquial term for being successful in the drug scene. Packet Colloquial term for a packet of drugs. Päckchen German colloquial term for a packet of drugs.

Packi black Colloquial term for hashish. Packing 1. Colloquial term for carrying a weapon. 2. Storing drugs in body cavities to smuggle them. 3. Colloquial term for intravenous 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. Packung Reefer German colloquial term for a package of joints of marijuana. Paco Spanish colloquial term for a drug police squad.

Paconal Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Secobarbital.

Pad 1. Colloquial term for a room used for drug use. 2. Colloquial term for a place to sleep.

Paddestoelen Dutch colloquial term for psilocybine.

Padrina Hydrocodone.

Pae Thai colloquial term for white powder heroin.

Pae long yoo Thai colloquial term for white powder heroin.

Pagas Colloquial term for a cigar containing tobacco and drugs.

Pago pago Colloquial term for marijuana. Paguando Hallucinogen beverage made of the South American bush Lochroma fuch-sioides, growing in the Andes, the active substances are not known.

Paholaisen raha Finnish colloquial term for a dried piece of cactus, mescaline. Pai-ch'ang Calamus.

Paid off in gold Colloquial term for being arrested by a federal officer who flashes a gold badge.

Paine Clear LSD, can be passed to prisoners in plain view since it is not easily visible. Painkiller An agent, such as an analgesic drug, that relieves pain. Paja Colloquial term for marijuana. Pajao Colloquial term for barbiturates. Pajaritos Mexican colloquial term for hallucinogens.

Pajaro azul 1. Colloquial term for Amobar-bital. 2. Colloquial term for barbiturates. Pajaro rojo Colloquial term for barbiturates. Pajuela Mexican colloquial term for marijuana.

Pak Thai colloquial term for an intravenous injection of heroin.

Pak fan Dutch colloquial term for heroin. Pak-ku Areca catechu. Pakalolo Hawaiian term for marijuana. Paki Finnish colloquial term for black hashish from Pakistan.

Pakistaan zwart Dutch colloquial term for black hashish from Pakistan. Pakistanerbit Norwegian colloquial term for morphine pills from Pakistan. Pakistani 1. German colloquial term for hashish from Pakistan. 2. German colloquial term for opium.

Pakistani black Colloquial term for marijuana.

Pakistanpiller Swedish colloquial term for small white morphine tablets.

Pakje Dutch colloquial term for a dose of heroin.

Pakkumaram Areca catechu.

Pako Colloquial term for brown heroin from

Near East or Middle East.

Pal Dutch colloquial term for a fellow addict in the drug scene.

Pala 1. Argentinean colloquial term for syringe. 2. Tamil name for Alstonia scholaris. Palai Alstonia scholaris. Palamidone Methadone. Palapent Pentobarbital sodium. Palbar Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Palbar No. 2 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Palf Colloquial term for ampule of Palfium. Palfadonna Dextromoramide. Palfium Dextromoramide hydrochloride. Palflum Dextromoramide or Dextromora-mide hydrochloride or Dextromoramide tar-trate.

Paliantin Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Amobarbital.

Paliantin estimulante Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Amfetamine sulfate and Amobarbital. Paliatil Phenobarbital. Paliatin Chlordiazepoxide. Palida Argentinean colloquial term for unpleasant effects after discontinuing drug use. Palidan Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Methaqualone.

Palinum Cyclobarbital or Cyclobarbital calcium.

Palisedan Meprobamate. Palisedan compuesto Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Meprobamate. Paljin Dextropropoxyphene hydrochloride. Palko Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Pallidan Methaqualone. Pallidan Berna Methaqualone. Palm wine Alcoholic beverage made of the sap and fruits from the date-, coconut oil or palmyrapalm. Palm wine is also distilled into arrack.

Palo Bobo Also called palo loco and quant-lapatziinzintli.Leaves from the shrub Senecio praecox used in Mexico to make a hallucinogen beverage. Palo Loco Palo Bobo. Palo de cacao Cacao. Palo de guayabo blanco Psidium guaja-va.

Palpanichium Brugmansia candida. Palphium Dextromoramide or Dextro-moramide tartrate.

Palpiemento Colloquial term for frisking, body search.

Palpipax Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Meprobamate.

Palteados Colloquial term for paranoid hallucinations from smoking coca paste. Pam Frying pan lubricant which is sprayed in a plastic bag by adolescents and inhaled to cause hypoxia and the accompanying euphoric effects - not typically lethal acutely unless the bag does not open when the person becomes unconscious.

Pamahtaa Finnish colloquial term for the drugs taking effect.

Pamari Finnish colloquial term for fear of the drug police squad.

Pamaxunk Turbina corymbosa. See: Olo-liugui.

Pamedon, -e Dipipanone.

Pamelin Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phendimetrazine bitartrate or Phen-metrazine hydrochloride. Pamergan Pethidine hydrochloride. Pamina-M Meprobamate. Paminal Phenobarbital. Pamine PB Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Pamis Finnish colloquial term for fear of the drug police squad.

Pamnace Medazepam.

Pamodona Dipipanone.

Pamphlet Colloquial term for 1 ounce of marijuana.

Pan Betel pepper.

Pan masala A manufactured item which is commonly chewed in areas of Southeast Asia, particularly in rural areas of India. The mixture contains ingredients common in betel-quid, such as betel leaf, areca nut, slaked lime, and catechu. It is available with or without tobacco.

Pan of India Areca catechu. Pan up Colloquial term for dissolving powdered drugs in water and heat the solution for injection.

Pan yan Colloquial term for opium. Pan-phanotal Cyclobarbital. Pan-relax Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Mepro-bamate and.Methylphenobarbital. Panabarb Pentobarbital or Phenobarbital. Panactin Mecloqualone. Panalgen Methadone hydrochloride. Panama Colloquial term for marijuana of high potency from Panama. Panama cut Colloquial term for marijuana of high potency from Panama. Panama gold Colloquial term for marijuana of high potency from Panama. Panama red Colloquial term for marijuana grown in Panama. Panamine Cathine. Panasec Secobarbital sodium. Panasma Phenobarbital. Panatella Colloquial term for a large marijuana cigarette.

Panbesy Phentermine hydrochloride. Panbule Pentobarbital sodium. Panbutal Secbutabarbital sodium. Pancakes and syrup Colloquial term for glutethimide (Doriden, or, several other compounds) plus codeine-containing cough syrups.

Pancalma Meprobamate.

Panchak, one Colloquial term for 1 drop of opium for oral use.

Pancodina Oxycodone hydrochloride.

Pancodine Oxycodone hydrochloride. Pancodone Oxycodone hydrochloride or Oxycodone pectinate. Pancratium trianthum See: Kwashi. Pancreas Conglomerate gland lying transversely across the posterior wall of the abdomen. It varies in length from 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 in) and has a breadth of about 3. 8 cm (about 1.5 in) and a thickness of from 1.3 to 2.5 cm (0.5 to 1 in). Its usual weight is about 85 grams, and its head lies in the concavity of the duodenum. The pancreas has both an exocrine and an endocrine secretion. The exocrine secretion is made up of a number of enzymes that are discharged into the intestine to aid in digestion. The endocrine secretion, insulin, is important in the metabolism of sugar in the body . Insulin is produced in small groups of especially modified glandular cells in the pancreas; these cell groups are known as the islets of Langerhans. The failure of these cells to secrete sufficient amounts of insulin causes diabetes ).

Alcohol misuse is one of the main causes of pancreatitis diagnosed as alcoholic pancreatitis. Hemorrhage in the pancreas and acute pancreatitis are serious conditions. If not relieved rapidly, they may cause death. The symptoms are not definite, resembling those of peritonitis or intestinal obstruction. Pancreatitis, alcoholic See: Alcoholic pancreatitis.

Pandanus Big red fruits from the shrub Pandanus pandanus ingested in New Guinea in magical ceremonies and induce what is called "Karukas madness" The active substance is dimethyltryptamine. Pandemi Epidemic over a wide geographic area. A worldwide disease. Drug abuse is sometimes described as a pandemi. From Late Latin pandemus, from Greek pandemos, of all the people : pan-, pan- + demos, people.

Pandione Oxycodone pectinate.

Pandu Tabernanthe iboga. containing the stimulant ibogaine.

Pane 1. Colloquial term for LSD. 2. Italian colloquial term for drugs in general. Pane, Ramon Spanish missionary, the first European who in detail described the use of the coca-leaves in the 1490s. Panediol Meprobamate. Panetela Colloquial term for marijuana. Panevril Camazepam.

Pang Colloquial term for a beverage which contains cannabis.

Pang, -o Cannabis.

Pangerin Dimepheptanol.

Pango Colloquial term for a beverage which contains cannabis.

Pangonadalot Colloquial term for heroin. Panic Colloquial term for drugs not available Panic in Needle Park US film from 1971directed by Jerry Schartzberg, Al Pacino and Kitty Winn are playing a young couple who starts using heroin in Needle Park, New York. It is considered as one of the best drug films from the 1970:s. After several years of Hollywood "head" pictures which sang the praises of hallucinatory drugs, Panic in Needle Park was the first major film of the 1970s to explore the dark side of addiction. Druggie Al Pacino convinces his casual girlfriend Kitty Wynn to "shoot up." She rapidly becomes a heroin addict, joining Pacino in a nightmarish world populated by the dregs of New York. Pacino and Wynn fall deeply in love, even as their drug dependency drags them farther down the road of degradation. There is no redemption in this painfully realistic drama, only death for both lovers. Among the actors so convincingly playing New York "street people" are relative newcomers Raul Julia and Paul Sorvino.

Panic man Colloquial term for an addict whose source of supply has been identified. Panic reaction 1. Anxiety reaction during cannabis use, lasts usually for a couple of hours. Most cannabis smokers has experienced panic reactions in connection with cannabis smoking, e g a fear that the heart will stop or a threats to life. Cannabis users are usually familiar with this and try to help each other by talking down and calm each other. Laboratory tests with THC has showed the same effects which indicates that this could be an effect of the drug itself and not only an effect of the environment. 2. Reaction after use of hallucinogens, especially LSD, the same experiences which to some are euphoric can lead to panic reaction and mare dream panic to others. Because of the unpredictable reactions even in experienced use a person who takes hallucinogens, is often accompanied with a guide who do not at the same time uses the drug.

Panik German colloquial term for shortage in the drug scene.

Panitol H.M.B. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Butalbital. Pankalma Meprobamate. Pankreal Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Phenobarbital.

Panlaudon Opium, mixed alkaloids of. Pannazin Allobarbital. Panodorm Cyclobarbital. Panodorm-calcium Cyclobarbital calcium. Panopin Opium, mixed alkaloids of.

Panpheno TP Phenobarbital. Panquil Meprobamate. Panrexin-M Phendimetrazine bitartrate. Panrinol Amfetamine. Pansedon Phenobarbital. Panseren Methaqualone hydrochloride. Panshape Phenterimine hydrochloride. Pantad 1. Swedish colloquial term for being stupid. 2. Swedish colloquial term for being under the influence of cannabis. Pantagruelion Cannabis, the term was used by Rabelais.

Pantaigin, -e Pethidine hydrochloride. Pantare Swdish colloquial term for a drug addict.

Pantarilina sedativa Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Pantirem Meprobamate. Pantopium hydrochloricum

Opium,.mixed alkaloids of. Pantopon Opium, mixed alkaloids of. Pantoufle Egyptian colloquial term for plates of hashish usually weighing 250 grams. Pantranquil Lorazepam or Meprobamate. Pantrop Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Chlordiazepoxide. Pantrop retard Chlordiazepoxide. Panturon Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Pantoffelchen Aconitum napellus. Panzyme Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Pap pills Dutch colloquial term for amfeta-mines.

Papa camara Colloquial term for amfeta-mines.

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