drug and Alcohol 2

drug and Alcohol 2

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a colorless gas used for cooking and heating propane
a substance that dissolves another substance to form a solution solvent
the experience produced by taking a drug such as LSD. trip
the unpleasant physical and emotional reaction felt when coming off a drug, ranging from mild discomfort to intense main and seizures, depending on the drug. withdrawal
a substance that causes illness, injury or death if taken into the body or produced by the body poison
a drug that is forbidden by law to use, possess, buy or sell. illegal drug
substance abuse involving the use of illegal drugs or misuse of medications. drug abuse
a psychotic condition typical of withdrawal in chronic alcoholics, involving tremors, hallucinations, anxiety and disorientation. delirium tremens
a beverage or solution made up of various drugs. cocktail
a spree or bout of unrestrained drinking alcohol, eating or spending money. binge
a drug which when used may lead to the use of more addictive substances. gateway drug
the natural or developed ability to resist the effects of the continued or increasing use of a drug. Gradual loss or reduction of its usual effect. tolerance
the state of being poisonous to somebody or something. toxicity
a substance, especially a drug such as LSD that causes the perception of somebody or something that is not really there. hallucinations
a highly addictive central nervous system stimulant: an illegal man made synthetic drug in the same class as cocaine and other powerful street drugs. methamphetamine
a drug affecting the central nervous system which can cause dizziness, euphoria, loss of memory, lack of coordination and unconsciousness. Many are derived from the opium poppy narcotic
the first surge in sensation felt when smoking or injecting a drug, varying in length depending on the drug. rush
substances doctors use to stop a person from feeling pain during an operation, either in the whole body when unconscious or in a part of the body when awake. anesthetics
a gas obtained from petroleum and used as a fuel butane
a liquid such as turpentine that is added to paint to make it less thick. paint thinner

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