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Street drugs are psychoactive drugs that have no approved medical usage, and therefore, are not available by prescription for any purpose. Despite this fact, they are readily available in modern society. Street drugs include uppers, downers, synthetics, and hallucinogens, and all are designed to alter mood.

While marijuana is still considered a street drug by federal law, it's status is in rapid transition. Other street drugs are universally considered illegal, dangerous for the user's health, and a threat to the health of those around him or her. All street drugs can be used in different ways and can effect any one individual different from another.

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About Street Drugs

Marijuana (THC Cannabis)

Marijuana is the most popular drug in America, although laws regarding it's legal status are in rapid transition.  An estimated one-third of Americans have used Marijuana at some point in their lives.


Methamphetamines are in illegal drug staple in American cities, rural areas, and pop culture. Meth is produced in dangerous conditions at illegal meth labs in the U.S. and abroad, and provides an intense and highly addictive high for users.

Angel Dust (PCP)

Angel Dust (PCP) is widely known in pop culture as the "superman" drug, making users feel invincible, and often leading to violent outcomes and injuries.


Heroin, like all opioids, has a unique effect on the brain, dulls pain, and operates on all the cells in a human body to create a feeling of euphoria. It is also extremely addictive and dangerous.

Spice (K2, Synthetic Marijuana, Synthetic Weed)

Spice is marketed as a synthetic version of marijuana, but in fact it is a man-made street drug consisting of chemicals sprayed on herbs. There is nothing natural about it, nor it is related to cannabis or THC in any way.


Cocaine is a powerful stimulant glamorized by Hollywood and a favorite drug of the trendy and other people of means. When combined with alcohol at high levels, it can cause sudden death.