Is Alcohol a Stimulant?? Why that’s Important

Although no evidence exists that different types of alcohol, such as beer, wine, and bourbon, cause drinkers to experience unique moods, research indicates how we expect to feel after drinking an alcoholic beverage dictates whether we feel up or down. Decades ago, psychologist Alan Marlatt experimented with how alcohol affects mood by telling subjects they were drinking alcohol… Continue Reading

Bath Salts Drug Abuse Effects, Dangers & Consequences

The term “bath salts” refers to a group of drugs containing or related to the cathinone family. The chemical “cathinone” is a naturally occurring stimulant drug found in the plant Khat. Cathinones can cause feelings of euphoria and empathy as well as increasing alertness and talkativeness. “This class of drugs is a cheaper substitute for… Continue Reading

8 Signs and Symptoms Of Alcohol Poisoning

Alcohol poisoning is a serious medical emergency requiring immediate stabilization of the individual to prevent permanent damage or death. If you encounter a person who exhibits one or more signs or symptoms, call 911 immediately. Stay with the person until professional medical help arrives on the scene. Get the person to the emergency room as… Continue Reading

What Happens When Metronidazole (Flagyl) And Alcohol Are Mixed?

This article is about the consequences of combining Metronidazole (Flagyl) and alcohol. Although it is one of the lesser-known drugs, it is a solid antibiotic prescribed to treat various bacterial and parasitic infections. Since the liver and intestines process and break down this drug in the body, side effects primarily impact the gastrointestinal system, including… Continue Reading

How Long Does Heroin Stay in Your System??

This article discusses how long does heroin stay in your system for a drug test. It is a recreational drug as opposed to a drug used for medicinal purposes. This drug is an illegal drug derived from morphine. It does fall under a class of drugs called opioids and is a schedule I drug. Various… Continue Reading

Molly – Rave Club Drug – Never Pure MDMA, Not Even Close

“Molly” is the most widely used slang term for the club drug methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA). It was initially created in 1912 by a chemist at the pharmaceutical company Merck. MDMA saw its first applications by a small set of psychotherapists in the late 70s and early 80s.a By 1985, the drug received a Schedule I classification… Continue Reading