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/kōˈkān/,/ˈkōˌkān/,
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An addictive drug derived from coca or prepared synthetically, used as an illegal stimulant and sometimes medicinally as a local anesthetic,
  1. An addictive drug derived from coca or prepared synthetically, used as an illegal stimulant and sometimes medicinally as a local anesthetic


  1. a narcotic (alkaloid) extracted from coca leaves; used as a surface anesthetic or taken for pleasure; can become powerfully addictive
  2. Cocaine (benzoylmethylecgonine) is a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant.Aggrawal, Anil. Narcotic Drugs. National Book Trust, India (1995), p. 52-3. ISBN 978-81-237-1383-0. ...
  3. This page provides supplementary chemical data on Cocaine.
  4. Cocaine is a highly caffeinated energy drink distributed by Redux Beverages. It contains more caffeine than the rival energy drink Red Bull, symbolized by three and a half steer heads on the label. ...
  5. "Cocaine" is a song written and recorded by JJ Cale in 1976 and most widely known in a cover version recorded by Eric Clapton. ...
  6. Cocaine is the 13th solo album by Z-RO. Guests include Lil' O, Mike D, Big Pokey , Lil' Flip , Billy Cook, Gucci Mane & Chris Ward. Many of the tracks were said to appear on Heroin.
  7. A stimulant narcotic in the form of a white powder that users generally self-administer by insufflation through the nose; Any derivative of cocaine
  8. A highly addictive stimulant drug derived from the coca plant that produces profound feelings of pleasure.
  9. A substance used as a local anesthetic, also used as a recreational inhalant, that can lead to psychological dependence with prolonged use. Its use can cause damage to mucous membranes and cardiovascular disorders. Cocaine metabolites can be detected in urine and may indicate recent use of the drug.
  10. A naturally substance produced by the coca plant. It is consumed in several preparations (e.g. coca leaves, coca paste, cocaine hydrochloride, and cocaine alkaloid) that differ in potency due to varying levels of purity and speed of onset. Cocaine is the active ingredient in each preparation. ...
  11. may be used by as many as one in ten pregnant women.  It causes spasm of blood vessels and a rise in blood pressure.  There is an increase in placental abruption, premature labor, still births, and babies suffering strokes and bowel infarct in utero. ...
  12. a powerful central nervous system stimulant, and an anaesthetic that numbs whatever tissue it touches, such as the inside of the nose. Cocaine overworks the body and brain, boosting the heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature.
  13. crack, coke, booth, blow, railers, snow, ringer, divits, toot, cola, rocks, blast, white dust, ivory flakes, nose candy, mobbeles
  14. a stimulant used to induce mental alertness and euphoria. 222
  15. An alkaloid refined from the cocoa plant that acts as a powerful short-acting stimulant and is pharmacologically similar to amphetamines. Its effects include euphoria, restlessness, excitement, and a feeling of well-being. Slang names include "coke," "flake," "star dust," and "snow. ...
  16. Powerful stimulant, derived from the coca tree in South America. Initially used as an anaesthetic for minor surgery, but no longer used in medical applications. This drug has a severe addictive effect and is often classed as a ‘hard drug’. ...
  17. An alkaloid chemical obtained from the leaves of the coca plant (or from some related species). It is addictive, it can cause mental and physical problems, and an overdose can lead to coma and death.
  18. a stimulant made from the leaves of a South American coca plant. It comes as a paste added to tobacco; as a powder (cocaine hydrochloride) inhaled through the nose or injected when mixed with water; purified (freebase) by mixing cocaine powder with ether, baking soda or other solvents to remove ...
  19. an illegal drug made from the coca plant; can have lasting, dangerous effects on the body
  20. Cocaine is a central nervous system stimulant. Cocaine hydrochloride, the white crystal powder, is usually snorted up the nose. It is also injected intravenously. ...
  21. Charlie, Coke, and Cocaine Hydrochloride. Stimulant drug derived from coca plant.
  22. A short-acting stimulant in the form of a white crystalline powder, it can be injected as well as inhaled.
  23. drug derived from cocoa plant produces euphoria by stimulating sympathetic nervous system leads to anxiety depression and addictive craving
  24. This may block the effects of beta-blockers; in addition, there is an increased risk of high blood pressure, fast heartbeat, and possibly heart problems when using cocaine while taking a beta-blocker.
  25. An illegal drug that increases energy and induces euphoria. It is addictive and is often abused.