White and clears Colloquial term for look

alike Eskatrol (stimulant) - typically caffeine, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, andlor phenyl-propanolamine.

White angel 1. Colloquial term for morphine. 2. Colloquial term for a person who smuggles drugs into prison. White ball Colloquial term for crack. White birds Dutch colloquial term for Man-drax.

White boy Colloquial term for heroin. White chip Colloquial term for [AA or other 12 Step group] a plastic poker chip often given to persons who indicate their willingness to join the 12 step group - a visible token of the effort about to commence - not found in all 12 Step groups.

White cloud 1. Colloquial term for crack smoke. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine. 3. Colloquial term for cocaine fumes in a pipe bowl.

White cross 1. Colloquial term for metam-fetamine. 2. Colloquial term for amfetamine. White crosses 1. Colloquial term for metamfetamine. 2. Colloquial term for amfetamine.

White dragon Colloquial term for heroin. White dragon pearl Colloquial term for heroin nr 3.

White drug Colloquial term for LSD. White dust Colloquial term for LSD. White flash Colloquial term for LSD tablets. White flowered veratrum Veratrum album.

White fluff Colloquial term for LSD. White ghost Colloquial term for crack. White girl 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for heroin. White goddess Colloquial term for morphine.

White hellebore Veratrum album. White horizon Colloquial term for PCP. White horse Colloquial term for cocaine. White junk Colloquial term for heroin. White knight Colloquial term for cocaine abuser, prefers cocaine above all other drugs. White lady 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for heroin. White light Colloquial term for the climax of LSD intoxication where the user sees a blinding white light.

White lightning 1. Colloquial term for pot-sill distilled alcohol/moonshine, usually 40% alcohol or more. 2. Colloquial term for heroin. 3. Colloquial term for LSD. White man s plant Colloquial term for Jim-son weed.

White merchandise Colloquial term for morphine.

White mosquito Colloquial term for cocaine.

White mosquitos Colloquial term for cocaine.

White mule Colloquial term for peyote. White nurse 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for heroin. 3. Colloquial term for morphine (most common usage). White pipe South African colloquial term for Mandrax smoked with cannabis. White pokeberry Phytolacca acinosa. White powder 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for PCP. White silk Colloquial term for crystalline morphine.

White single domes Colloquial term for LSD.

White stuff 1. Colloquial term for cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for heroin. 3. Colloquial term for morphine.

White sugar Colloquial term for crack. White telephone Colloquial term for commode (usually in reference to drunken vomiting).

White tornado Colloquial term for crack. White wedge Colloquial term for DOM, STP.

White-haired lady Colloquial term for marijuana.

Whitebar one Phenobarbital. Whitebar-two Phenobarbital. Whites Colloquial term for amfetamine. Whitey Colloquial term for cocaine. Whitie Colloquial term for cocaine. Whities 1. Colloquial term for amfetamine. 2. Colloquial term for Benzedrine pills. Whiz bang Colloquial term for cocaine and heroin.

WHO Acronym for World Health Organization.

Wicbaum Boswellia sacra.

Wichawoka See: Cawe.

Wichboum Boswellia sacra.

Wichuri See: Bakanawa.

Wicked Colloquial term for felling of high after drug use.

Widi Colloquial term for marijuana. Widmark calculation See: Blood alcohol level.

Widow Colloquial term for Benzedrine capsules.

Wienna-convention Colloquial term for 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances For full text and background see the Document part of Encyclopaedia on Substance Abuse. Click the Document button at the panel to the right.

Wieselgren, Peter (1800-1877), priest and the most important leader of the temperance movement in Sweden. Wiet Dutch colloquial term for marijuana. Wig out Colloquial term for abrupt change of mind after drug use.

Wiggin Colloquial term for needing some drugs.

Wiggy Colloquial term for high feeling after drug use.

Wika Calamus.

Wike Calamus.

Wiken Calamus.

Wil-spas Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Secobarbital.

Wild Geronimo Colloquial term for an al-coholoc beverage containing barbiturates. Wild Rosemary Ledum palustre, north-european, 30-100 cm tall permanent green shrub with, letherlike and underneath brown woolly leaves. Contains a oil containing ledol and fht glocosides erikolin and arbutin. Wild Rosemary is a traditional medicinal plant and was sometimes put in beer to enhance the euphoria. During the 14th century this procedure was forbidden in Germany and during the 18th century forbidden over most of Europe partly because of the alleged sexual effects. Wild cat Colloquial term for methcathinone and cocaine.

Wild tea Colloquial term for khat. Wild weed 1. Colloquial term for wild growing marijuana. 2. Film released in 1949. Director: Sam Newfield; Sherman Scott. On September 1, 1948, actor Robert Mitchum and Lila Leeds were arrested at her home and charged with conspiracy to possess marijuana. The events in this cautionary crime drama are loosely based upon this incident and stars Leeds as a chorus girl who ends up addicted to pot. After she finally kicks the habit, she begins working for the police to break up a drug ring.

Wilde Tiger German colloquial term for heroin.

Wilka Anadenanthera colbrina. Willard, Frances (1839-1898), U.S. educator, reformer, and founder of the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union (1883). An excellent speaker, a successful lobbyist, and an expert in pressure politics, she was a leader of the national Prohibition Party. Willard was a teacher after graduation from the Northwestern Female College, Evanston, Ill., in 1859. In 1871 she became president of the new Evanston College for Ladies. When that school was absorbed by Northwestern University in 1873, she was appointed dean of women, a post she resigned in 1874 to become corresponding secretary of the newly founded National Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU). From 1879 until her death she served as president of the national organization. She was also the first president of the worldwide WCTU. In addition to temperance, she advocated woman suffrage and safety codes for women in industry. Willca Anadenanthera colbrina. Willedrine Secobarbital. Willies Colloquial term for tremors, or, images hallucinated in delirium tremens. Willka Anadenanthera colbrina. Willpower Phenmetrazine hydrochloride. Willst├Ątter, Richard (1872-1924), german chemist and winner of the Nobel prize. He synthisized procain 1905 an important step to develope local anaestetics without the strong dependence risk of cocaine. 1924 he succeded in synthisizing cocaine. This is however a very complicated process and cocaine both for the legal and the illegal market has contoinued to come exclusicely from the coca-plant. Wilpan Diazepam. Wilpan 15 Diazepam. Wilpower Phentermine hydrochloride. Wilson Colloquial term for a 100,000 dollar bill.

Wilson, Bill William Griffith Wilson, one of two 1935 co-founders of Alcoholics Anonymous (see also Dr. Bob), using principles from the Oxford Movement and a variety of other areas, he created a viable program for recovery from alcoholism.

Wilson, Jackie Colloquial term for withdrawing blood into a syringe where it mixes with a drug in the syringe and then is rein-jected - ostensibly named for the singer. Wil'ka Anadenanthera colbrina. Wimarn see far Colloquial term for Amytal in blue capsules. WIN 13797 Anileridine. WIN 14.098 Piminodine. WIN 1539 Ketobemidone or Ketobemidone hydrochloride.

WIN 1776 l-methadone bitartrate.

WIN 1783 Isomethadone.

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