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Stinking Dutch colloquial term forbeing high on drugs.

Stinking thinking AA and other 12 Step group term alludes to impaired judgement which seems to precede relapses, and to a trained, impartial observer may be a good in dicator of impending relapse - persons with many years of recovery often describe this phenomenon as "playing old tapes" mental lapses into previous coping mechanisms and the thoughts which accompany those lapses. Stinking thistle Argemone mexicana. Stinkweed Colloquial term for marijuana. Stinky Colloquial term for marijuana. Stip 1. Colloquial term for amfetamines. 2. Colloquial term for STP. Stir Colloquial term for a prison. Stockholm-resolution Resolution adopted by some European cities in the organisation European Cities Against Drugs on a meeting of mayors 1994. It is strongly criticize the tendencies to legalize drugs and is named in opposition to the Frankfurt-declaration. Stocodon Hydrocodone bitartrate. Stodex Phendimetrazine bitartrate. Stodinox Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Cyclobarbital.

Stoff 1. German colloquial term for drugs in general. 2. German colloquial term for heroin. Stoffmissbrug Danish term for drug abuse. Stoked 1. Colloquial term for being exhilarated or excited. 2. Colloquial term for being or feeling high or intoxicated, especially from a drug.

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

Stolperclean Colloquial term for condition between withdrawal and addiction. Stolsedin Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Meprobamate.

Stomach habit Colloquial term for drug addiction.

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

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

Stomp on some brain cells Colloquial term for drinking alcoholic beverages to intoxication.

Stomper Colloquial term for a person who crushes coca leaves in the cocaine extraction process.

Stomping on my buzz Colloquial term for doing something which interferes with enjoyment obtained from use of a drug (e.g., the police stomped on my buzz). Stone 1. Colloquial term for one crack lump. 2. Colloquial term for being under the influence of marijuana. Stone addict Colloquial term for addict who became addicted in a short time.

Stone man Colloquial term for a person who have been addicted to drugs over the course of many years.

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

Stoned pothead Colloquial term for a habitual marijuana user.

Stoned zijn Dutch colloquial term for being totally high on drugs.

Stoner Colloquial term for a person who have been addicted to drugs over the course of many years.

Stones Colloquial term for crack.

Stony Colloquial term for signs of frequent drug use.

Stool Colloquial term for furnish information about the drug scene.

Stoolie Colloquial term for an informant. Stopayne Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Mepro-bamate.

Stopit Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Opium, Medical.

Stopp-15 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Pentobarbital.

Stopp-90 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Pentobarbital. Stopped Colloquial term for barbiturate. Stoppers Colloquial term for depressant. Stories (the) 1. [Alcoholics Anonymous] the latter half of the book Alcoholics Anonymous, upon which AA is based, contains stories from the lives of individuals with whom others may be able to relate and begin recovery. 2. [12 Step group term] description of what events transpired in the life of the recovering person before recovery could begin. Storm Colloquial term for heroin. Storm Petersen, Robert (1882-1949), Danish artist who used the signature Storm P. In his drawings he often pictured Skid Row alcoholics with a warm humor. His main character was the alcoholic Perikles who have been extensively used in the marketing of the beer Tuborg with she slogan "Perikles can you tell me when is a Tuborg tasting best? Every time!".

Stormhatt Sweidish name for Aconitum napellus.

Stout Dark, heavy-bodied beer popular in

Great Britain and Ireland.

STP Colloquial term for 2,5-dimethoxy-4-

methyl amfetamines (DOM, STP), LSD-like hallucinogenic reaction for 72 hours or more, used for its psychotomimetic effects.

STP, DOM C12H19NO2. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances 1971, Schedule II. Molecular weight: 209.3. Percentage of anhydrous base: 100. STP, DOM hydrochloride C12H19NO2 HCl. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Convention on Psy-chotropic Substances 1971, Schedule II. Molecular weight: 245.7. Percentage of anhydrous base: 85.2.

STP-Trip Colloquial term for being high on STP.

Straathond Dutch colloquial term for a street level drug dealer. Straight 1. Colloquial term for not using drugs or not being under the influence of drugs. 2. Colloquial term for an addict's feeling of well being after taking drugs. 3. Colloquial term for undiluted liquor 'straight' from the bottle.

Straight edge Colloquial term for straight, free of all mind-altering chemicals and alcohol.

Straighten out 1. Colloquial term for rehabilitating a heroin addict. 2. Colloquial term for experiencing withdrawaL symptoms. Stramonium Hallucinogen alkaloid in Datura.

Strand South African colloquial term for wild growing cannabis (dagga). Strang German colloquial term for a row of injection marks on the arm. Strascogesic Amfetamine sulfate. Strassengramm 1. German colloquial term for a quantity of drugs, usually about 0.8 gram. 2. German colloquial term for a packet of an adulterated preparation of drugs. Stratium Medazepam. Straw 1. Colloquial term for a marijuana cigarette. 2. Singaporean colloquial term for a plastic drinking straw filled with heroin. Straw process Colloquial term for a metod of processing poppy straw. Strawberries 1. Colloquial term for depressant. 2. Colloquial term for LSD. Strawberry 1. Colloquial term for a small red LSD tablet. 2. Colloquial term for female who trades sex for crack or money to buy crack.

Strawberry alarm clocks Colloquial term for LSD tablet.

Strawberry field Colloquial term for LSD, usually pink tablets.

Strawberry fields Colloquial term for LSD. Strawberry flats Colloquial term for LSD. Strawberry high hats Colloquial term for LSD tablets.

Strawberry shortcake Colloquial term for amfetamines.

Strawberry whore Colloquial term for a person who prostitutes solely for crack. Strecken German colloquial term for adulterating heroin with suitable substances. Street Colloquial term for a row of needle marks from intravenous injections. Street dealers Colloquial term for drug dealers who offers small quantities for sale to drug addicts.

Street drinker or drug user An individual who drinks or uses drugs in the street or other outdoor public place; the terms imply that this is a habitual pattern of behaviour and that the individual concerned is destitute. The terms "street person" and "street people" often imply use of alcohol or other drugs in public. A variety of colloquial and legal terms exists for those who are destitute, marginalized, and publicly drinking, using other drugs, or intoxicated, e.g. Skid Row alcoholic, vagrant alcoholic, homeless alcoholic, chronic drunkenness offender (inebriety), public intoxication offender; in French, the term clochard is used. Street gram Colloquial term for a packet of adulterated drugs.

Street house Colloquial term for a treatment center where addicts attempt withdrawal. Street level H Colloquial term for brown heroin.

Street mikes Colloquial term for fictional microgram quantities of drug, especially LSD usually reduced to %th or 1/3rd potency of the original.

Street peddler Colloquial term for drug dealer selling directly to the user. Street people Colloquial term for drug users.

Street work Colloquial term for contacting, talking and motivating drug addicts on the street too make the visit a drug consultation facility, detoxification center or undergo HIV-testing.

Street, on the 1. Colloquial term for the drug scene. 2. Colloquial term for being released from prison.

Street, the Colloquial term for a place where addicts hang out and look for drugs. Streetsweeper Colloquial term for a automatic shotgun. Stress-pam Diazepam. Stresses-sedans Phenobarbital. Stresso Meprobamate. Stricher German colloquial term for a male prostitute.

Stricken German colloquial term for preparing heroin for sale. Striduline Pentobarbital. Stringnus Atropa belladonna. Strip To remove the leaves from the stalks of. Used especially after harvesting tobacco. Strip-search To search (a person) for ille gal articles, such as drugs or weapons, by first requiring the removal of all clothing. Stripe Colloquial term for a police car. Stromba Anabolic steroid stanozolol. Strong arm Colloquial term for robbery or mugging where the victim is attacked from the rear and overpowered.

Stropharia cubensis Latin american mushroom which contains the hallucinogen alkaloid psilocybine.

Strung out 1. Colloquial term for being stupefied from ingestion of a drug. 2. Colloquial term for being heavily addicted to drugs. 3. Colloquial term for being severely debilitated from long-term drug use. 4. Colloquial term for being physically or emotionally exhausted. 5. Colloquial term for sick feelings as a result of lack of drugs. Strychninbaum Strychnos nux-vomica South Asian and South East Asian tree containing strychnine.

Strychnine Bitter alkaloid drug derived from the seeds of a tree (Strychnos nux-vomica) native to Sri Lanka, Australia, and India. A potent stimulant, the drug has been used as a rat poison for five centuries. Strychnine poisoning is characterized by violent convulsions and is fatal unless promptly treated with barbiturate sedatives and artificial respiration. Strychnine was discovered by the French chemists Joseph-Bienaime Caventou and Pierre-Joseph Pelletier in 1818 in Saint-Ignatius'-beans (S. ignatii), a woody vine of the Philippines. The nux vomica tree of India is the chief commercial source. It is practically insoluble in water and is soluble only with difficulty in alcohol and other common organic solvents. It has an exceptionally bitter taste. Strychnine has been used in rodent poisons and in smaller doses as a stimulant in veterinary practice. It increases the reflex irritability of the spinal cord, which results in a loss of normal inhibition of the body's motor cells, causing severe contractions of the muscles; arching of the back is a common symptom of poisoning. Strychnine rapidly enters the blood, whether taken orally or by injection, and symptoms of poisoning usually appear within 20 minutes. The symptoms begin with cramps and soon culminate in powerful and agonizing convulsions that subside after a minute but recur at a touch, a noise, or some other minor stimulus. Death is usually due to asphyxiation resulting from continuous spasms of the respiratory muscles. Strychnine has been used in traditional medicine as a stimulant and aphro-disiaca Strychnine i sometimes used as an adulterant for illegfal drugs. The anger with strychnine is that even slightly ovedoses (over 2 mg) can be fatal.

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

Strychnos colubrina Synonym for Strychnos nux-vomica.

Strychnos lucida Synonym for Strychnos nux-vomica.

Strychnos nux-vomica Tree from South Asia and South East Asia containing strychnine.

Strychnos spireana Synonym for Strychnos nux-vomica.

Strychnos vomica Synonym for Strychnos nux-vomica.

Strömer Danish colloquial term for drug police agent.

Stub To snuff out (a cigarette butt) by crushing. Middle English stubbe, tree stump, from Old English stybb. Studentenblume Tagetes. Stuf 1. Dutch colloquial term for cannabis.

2. Dutch colloquial term for heroin tincture.

3. Dutch colloquial term for drugs in general. Stufa Colloquial term for heroin.

Stuff 1. Colloquial term for cannabis. 2. Colloquial term for heroin tincture. 3. Colloquial term for cocaine. 4. Colloquial term for methadone. 5. Colooquial term for drugs in general.

Stufhoertge Dutch colloquial term for a female who prostitutes herself for heroin. Stufhoertje Dutch colloquial term for a female who prostitutes herself for heroin. Stuka Dutch colloquial term for metamfeta-mine.

Stum Colloquial term for marijuana. Stumble biscuit Colloquial term for methaqualone.

Stumbler 1. Colloquial term for depressant. 2. Colloquial term for barbiturates. 3. Colloquial term for Seconal. 3. Colloquial term for a Seconal addict.

Stumbles, have the Colloquial term for stumbling about after drug use. Stump Colloquial term for homemade distilled spirits (40%-50% alcohol). Stumpphole Colloquial term for homemade distilled spirits (40%-50% alcohol). Stundenlohn German colloquial term for gram price.

Stung by a viper Colloquial term for being addicted to drugs.

Stung by the hop Colloquial term for being addicted to opium.

Stung by white mosquitos Colloquial term for being addicted to cocaine. Stup Colloquial term for drug police agent. Stupefacient 1. Inducing stupor; stupefying.

2. A drug, such as a narcotic, that induces stupor. Latin stupefaciêns, stupefacient-, present participle of stupefacere, to stupefy. Stupenal Oxycodone hydrochloride. Stupenone Oxycodone hydrochloride. Stupor Colloquial term for intoxication from marijuana.

Stur Colloquial term for drug police agent. Sturmhut German name for Aconitum napel-lus.

Stück 1. German colloquial term for a chunk of hashish. 2. German colloquial term for drugs in general.

Sua jacket see lueng Thai colloquial term for Nembutal in yellow capsules. Sub bay alky Colloquial term for (US Navy) 190 proof alcohol used on ship. Subculture 1. A cultural subgroup differentiated by status, ethnic background, residence, religion, or other factors that functionally unify the group and act collectively on each member. 2. One culture of microorganisms derived from another. Subcutaneous Located, found, or placed just beneath the skin, as in subcutaneous injection.

Subido a-mil Colloquial term for feeling the effects of drugs and/or alcohol. Subital Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Amfetamine sulfate and Phenobarbital. Subital Amfetamine and Phenobarbital. Subji Cannabis. Subkutan Subcutaneous. Sublimaze Fentanyl citrate. Sublimazine Fentanyl citrate. Submarine 1. Colloquial term for Dexe-drine. 2. Colloquial term for LSD combined with Methedrine or Dexedrine. 3. Colloquial term for pentobarbital. Subs Colloquial term for codeine. Substance See: Psychoactive drug. Substance Abuse Excessive use of addictive substances, especially alcohol and narcotic drugs. Also called chemical abuse. See: Abuse (drug, alcohol, chemical, substance, or psychoactive substance). Substance Abuse Librarians & Information Specialists Organisation founded 1978 in USA to stimulate information exchange between information professionals working with substance abuse. The European sister organisation is ELISAD.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration SAMHSA is the US governemental mission is to assure that quality substance abuse and mental health services are available to the people who need them and to ensure that prevention and treatment knowledge is used more effectively in the general health care system.

Substance use disorders A group of conditions related to alcohol or other drug use. In ICD-10, section F10-F19, "Mental and behavioural disorders due to psychoactive substance use", contains a wide variety of disorders of different severity and clinical form, all having in common the use of one or more psychoactive substances, which may or may not have been medically prescribed. The substances specified are alcohol, opioids, can-nabinoids, sedatives or hypnotics, cocaine, other stimulants including caffeine, hallucinogens, tobacco, and volatile solvents. The clinical states that may occur, though not necessarily with all psychoactive substances, include acute intoxication, harmful use, dependence syndrome, withdrawal syndrome (state), withdrawal state with delirium, psychotic disorder, late-onset psychotic disorder, and amnesic syndrome.

Abuse of non-dependence-producing substances (e.g. laxatives or steroids) is included in category F55 of ICD-10, "Behavioural syndromes associated with physiological disturbances and physical factors". Substanon Testosteron. Substantia controlada Colloquial term for controlled substance. Substitute drug Lookalike drugs. Succus papaveris inspissatus Opium. Succus thebaicus Opium. Sucht German term for dependence. Suchterzeugende Stoffe German term for dependence producing drugs. Suchtkrankenhelfer German term for a person who works to rehabilitate drug abusers. Suchtmittel German term for dependence producing drugs.

Suchtstoffe German term for dependence producing drugs.

Suchtterapie German term for therapies against drug dependence. Suck a bamboo Colloquial term for smoking opium.

Sudden sniffing death Death resulting from inhaling a volatile hydrocarbon (usually pressurized propellant sprays) , running a short distance, and falling dead (usually from cardiac failure).

Sudolin Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital or Secobarbital. Suds 1. Colloquial term for beer. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine. Suey Colloquial term for liquid opium. Suey bowl Colloquial term for a receptacle for liquid opium. Sufenta Sufentanil citrate. Sufentanil C22H30N2O2S. Synthetic substance, under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 386.6. Percentage of anhydrous base: 100. Medical analog of fentanyl which is 2,000 more potent than morphine Sufentanil citrate C22H30N2O2S C6H8O7. Synthetic substance, under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 578.6. Percentage of anhydrous base: 66.6. Sufentanilum Sufentanil. Sug Colloquial term for craving for a drug. Sugar 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for LSD. 3. Colloquial term for heroin. 4. Colloquial term for drugs in powder form in general. Sugar block Colloquial term for crack. Sugar cubes Colloquial term for LSD. on a sugar cube.

Sugar down Colloquial term for adulterating drugs by adding milk sugar or cheap medications like Aspirin.

Sugar habit Colloquial term for addicts craving for sweets.

Sugar lump Colloquial term for a sugar cube prepared with LSD.

Sugar lumps Colloquial term for LSD. Sugar weed 1. Colloquial term for marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana soaked in sugar water in order to increase its weight.

Sugar, brown Colloquial term for brown heroin no. 3.

Sugared Colloquial term for marijuana soaked in sugar water in order to increase its weight.

Sugarheading Colloquial term for making homemade potstill liquor (distilled spirits approximately 40%-50% alcohol content). Suhhinol-N Diazepam. Suiker Dutch colloquial term for cocaine. Suinox Secobarbital. Suisan Clobazam.

Suit case Colloquial term for a case of beer with a carrying handle.

Suknidhan Dutch colloquial term for cannabis.

Suko Colombian colloquial term (from "basuco") for coca paste which is smoked, contains multiple impurities including kerosene, sulfuric acid.

Suku Colloquial term for a plastic straw filled one quarter with heroin. Sukun Turkish colloquial term for STP. Sula Swedish colloquial term for a chunk of hashish.

Sulfa-dysurgal Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Barbital.

Sulfentanyl Sufentanil.

Sulfi German colloquial term for a gadget for smoking opium, a larger chillum made of bamboo.

Suliya Colloquial term for 100-300 grams of hashish.

Sulmetin Phenobarbital.

Suloptil Metamfetamine.

Sulph Colloquial term for 100 -.300 grams of hashish.

Sulphate Colloquial term for amfetamines in powder form.

Sulphet Dexamfetamine sulfate.

Sum Thai colloquial term for assault upon a drug dealer.

Sumarai Thai colloquial term for a middleman in drug dealing. Sumbadän Psidium guajava. Sumenan Temazepam. Sumital Amobarbital.

Summa caine Colloquial term for pheno-propanolamine. Used as adulterate for crack. Summer skies Colloquial term for Morning-glory seeds.

Summitates cannabis Cannabis. Sumpfheidelbeere Vaccinum uliginosum. Sun Colloquial term for LSD on paper. Sun and camels Colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Sunami Ariocarpus fissuratus.

Sunburst Colloquial term for weak LSD.

Suncotal Pentobarbital sodium.

Sunkae Calamus.

Sunkyong Methylphenidate.

Sunny explo Dutch colloquial term for LSD

tablets.

Sunshine 1. Colloquial term for LSD. 2. Colloquial term for LSD combined with Methedrine or Dexedrine. Sunshine acid Colloquial term for LSD in small yellow capsules.

Sunshine explosion Colloquial term for LSD trips allegedly produced illegally by chemists in laboratories of chemical companies.

Sunshine trip Colloquial term for a "good" LSD experience.

Sup Swedish colloquial term for a shot of vodka.

Supadol Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Phenobarbital.

Supari 1. Areca catechu. 2. Colloquial term for Betel nuts.

Super Colloquial term for high feeling following the use of amfetamines. Super C Colloquial term for ketamine. Super Emagrin Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Am-fepramone hydrochloride and Mefenorex.

Super Extra Colloquial term for heroin. Super Grass 1. Colloquial term for PCP. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana. 3. Colloquial term for a mixture of PCP and marijuana, ofte falsely sold as THC. Super K Colloquial term for hydromorphone (Dilaudid).

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

Super Power Colloquial term for heroin, logo of body building figure. Super White Colloquial term for cocaine. Super acid 1. Colloquial term for ketamine. 2. Colloquial term for PCP and marijuana, often falsly sold as THC.

Super baby Brand name for human growth hormone taken by pregnant women in a mistaken belief that it would cause larger smarter babies - actually may cause problems for fetus and mother, sold in workout centers. Super blow Colloquial term for cocaine. Super coke Colloquial term for a mixture of PCP and marijuana, often falsely sold as THC.

Super flash French colloquial term for intense sense of pleasure at moment of injection of heroin.

Super flu Colloquial term for heroin withdrawal symptoms.

Super ice Colloquial term for smokable metamfetamine.

Super joint Colloquial term for a mixture of PCP and marijuana, ofte falsely sold as THC. Super kools Colloquial term for PCP. Super pot 1. Colloquial term for marijuana treated with alcohol which is subsequently dried. 2. Colloquial term for a mixture of PCP and marijuana, often falsely sold as THC. Super skunk Colloquial term for potent Dutch marijuana with pungent smell. Super weed Colloquial term for a mixture of PCP and marijuana, often falsely sold as THC.

Super yerba Colloquial term for a mixture of PCP and marijuana, often falsely sold as THC.

Super-Jaded Colloquial term for being blitzed off drugs; unable to think clearly. Supergrass 1. Colloquial term for marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana treated with PCP. 3. Colloquial term for PCP. 4. Colloquial term for LSD. Superior Colloquial term for marijuana which has PCP added for kick. Superjoint Colloquial term for a large joint of marijuana.

Superman Colloquial term for LSD-blotter with Superman imprint.

Superman pill Colloquial term for amfeta-

mines.

Superman syndrome The feeling of omnipotence and having unlimited strength when being under the influence of cocaine. Supermann German colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Superpot Colloquial term for marijuana treated with alcohol which is subsequently dried.

Superpower Colloquial term for heroin. Superstar Colloquial term for a drug dealer with high rate of turnover. Superweed Colloquial term for PCP. Supeudol Oxycodone hydrochloride. Supkalk Swedish older term for drinking bowl for vodka.

Supkopp Swedish older term for drinking cup for vodka shots. Suplin Phenmetrazine hydrochloride. Supolosal Pethidine hydrochloride. Supplementation Term coined in 1971 by Carl Chambers (NY State Narcotic Addiction Control Commission) to describe a person who participates in methadone maintenance, but continues to use other drugs as well. Supplier Colloquial term for a drug dealer. Supply clerk Colloquial term for a drug dealer.

Supply reduction A general term used to refer to policies or programmes aiming to interdict the production and distribution of drugs, particularly law enforcement strategies for reducing the supply of illicit drugs. See also: Demand reduction and harm reduction.

Supply room Colloquial term for a cache for drugs.

Suppocoutpraigyl Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Suppolosal Pethidine hydrochloride. Supponeryl Allobarbital or Butobarbital. Supponizine Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Meprobamate.

Supponoctal Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Amobarbital or Secobarbital sodium. Supponeryl Butobarbital. Suppoptanox Vinylbital. Supposdormopan fort Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Cyclobarbital. Suppositories Solid, uniformly medicated masses designed for introduction into the rectum. Various bases are used in their preparation, but theobroma oil is the most common. Solid at room temperature, it melts a few degrees below body temperature. Suppositories are manufactured by the use of molds, together with fusion of the suppository mass or cold compression.

Supposedol Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Opium, Medical. Supra-Leodin Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Amfetamine sulfate. Supracodin Hydrocodone bitartrate. Supradol Pethidine hydrochloride. Supraigin Phenadoxone hydrochloride. Supreme Al-Anon test Colloquial term for [Al-Anon joke] indicates that the mechanism of 'denial' was so strong in the spouse that he/she was the last person to know that the husband/wife was an alcoholic. Supremo 1. Colloquial term for potent hashish. 2. Colloquial term for potent marijuana.

Supyrin-M Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Meprobamate.

Suraigon Fenproporex hydrochloride.

Surattu supary Areca catechu.

Surdon Phenobarbital.

Surem Nitrazepam.

Surfer 1. Colloquial term for a stimulant. 2. Colloquial term for PCP. Surgex Pipradrol hydrochloride. Surgical smack Colloquial term for me-peridine.

Surinat Finnish colloquial term for high feelings after sniffing paint thinner. Surmanol Chlordiazepoxide. Surnox Secobarbital. Surove opium Opium. Surpapyle Phenobarbital. Surparil for te Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

Surparina Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Surtidor Colloquial term for a drug dealer. Suruma Cannabis.

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

Suset Danish colloquial term for the initial feeling following a drug injection. Susuko Colloquial term for cigarette or marijuana to which cocaine base residue has been added. See: Basuco. Sutilex Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Dexamfetamine sulfate. Suton Dimethylthiambutene hydrochloride. Suxidina Oxazepam hemisuccinate. Svarnasiri Argemone mexicana. Sventgata Finnish colloquial term for euphoric feelings after hashish use.

Swag Colloquial term for stolen drugs. Swat Colloquial term for one draw of marijuana smoke from a bhong water pipe. Swax Phenobarbital.

Swazi grass South African colloquial term for cannabis from Swaziland. Sweat To ferment, as tobacco during curing.

Sweat (you) Colloquial term for a dealer perception of the occasion when police stop and search and/or question an individual for no "apparent" reason - a deterrent action which is designed to hamper activities of the dealer, at least in the geographic area being surveyed.

Sweat it out Colloquial term for undergoing withdrawal.

Swedate Acronym for Swedish Drug Addict Evaluation, a research project aimed to compare the result of different treatment programs for drug addicts in Sweden. Swedish diet Colloquial term for Captagon. Sweet Colloquial term for LSD. Sweet Jesus Colloquial term for morphine. Sweet Lucy 1. Colloquial term for marijuana soaked in wine. 2. Colloquial term for marijuana. 3. Colloquial term for hashish. Sweet Lucy's Tit Colloquial term for heroin. Sweet Mary Colloquial term for marijuana. Sweet Morpheus Colloquial term for morphine.

Sweet belladonna Phytolacca acinosa. Sweet calomel Colloquial term for calamus.

Sweet cane Calamus. Sweet cinnamon Calamus. Sweet flag Calamus. Sweet flagroot Calamus. Sweet grass Calamus. Sweet lunch Colloquial term for marijuana. Sweet maryjane Colloquial term for marijuana.

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