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Many who fight the battle with an addiction problem continue to suffer because they feel there is no hope for the happiness they once felt. …
Cocaine addiction is becoming a growing trend. Cocaine is a hydrochloride salt which can be snorted, smoked or injected. It also can be applied to vaginal, oral or rectal mucus membranes and can be mixed with liquor. Cocaine is normally not taken by mouth for recreational purposes because it has toxic reactions such as death. Usually, the only time cocaine is taken orally is when a person tries to hide the cocaine from the law or border patrol. Regardless of the method of ingestion, repeated use will result in addiction and serious side effects to the user's health and lifestyle.
The white cocaine powder can be melted in water and used intravenously, known as getting slammed. Cocaine has a high melting point so it cannot be smoked and using intravenously is the most popular way to do the drug. When freebasing occurs it converts the hydrochloride into sulfate and is free of additives. It's not water soluble and the melting point is very low and now it can be smoked. It is very dangerous to freebase cocaine.
Addiction to Crack Cocaine
Crack is the most popular drug on the street and is sold in vials and easy to smoke. It is smoked in crack pipes, in cigarettes and in marijuana joints. The toxic dose of cocaine is not known because everyone is different and some people can handle more than others. Usually cocaine is used among young kids, along with alcohol and marijuana use, and this can become a deadly practice.
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