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Should you try cocaine?

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Well, some of the greatest minds used cocaine. Maybe it even helped them become so great. But there are two sides to everything, so make sure you read abot the dangers before making a one sided decision.

Sigmund Freud and Sherlock Holmes were both hard core cocaine abusers, not just users.

Sherlock Holmes would use cocaine when he was bored. He loved working, and solving problems with his mind, but when he had no work, he could not deal with anything so terrible as being idle, and he chose cocaine to fill this void. He are his own words:

"I suppose that its influence is physically a bad one. I find it, however, so transcendently stimulating and clarifying to the mind that its secondary action is a matter of small moment....My mind," he said, "rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse cryptogram or the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere. I can dispense then with artificial stimulants. But I abhor the dull routine of existence. I crave for mental exaltation.""

Living 10 years high on cocaine is better than living for 10,000 years sober?

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"Health problems from the use of legal substances, particularly alcohol and tobacco, are greater than health problems from cocaine use. Occasional cocaine use does not typically lead to severe or even minor physical or social problems"

The only problem with cocaine, is that your body cannot endure chronic heavy cocaine use without negative effects on the human body. Yet even with this knowledge, many users say that it is better to live just 10 uber happy years using cocaine everyday then it would be to live a full healthy live of 80 years, or even 10,000 years on earth without cocaine.

Cocaine elevates your tired aching body and stimulates your mind. Even users at the age of 70 spring into action, running up stairs, jumping over fences and allows them to walk forever. Many doctors have heard about these rumors, and decided for themselves to walk 16 miles without cocaine. During their journey, they documented that they needed to consume much water and food, and stated at the end of the 16 mile hike, that they could not carry on any further and were surprised they made it as far as they did, as their bodies were about to collapse.

Then they did the funniest thing. They took cocaine immediate after walking their 16 miles sober, and within minutes they noticed their bodies were revitalized, and they no longer craved food or water. They then began to walk another 16 miles, this time using a small amount of cocaine. To their surprise, they walked quicker on the way back, much quicker. They walked so briskly, they knocked off 1/3 of their previous time, even though they had just now completed a total of 32 miles in one day.

Out of the many doctors that partook in this expedition, they all had a few things in common:

  • They traveled faster, much faster on the walk back while on cocaine, even thou they had just previous walked 16 miles and were about to collapse.
  • They enjoyed the walk back, and felt full of energy and no body aches or pains.
  • They did not feel any hunger or thirst.

Coca Leaves Have Many Nutrients and Healing Effects

Cocaine Leaves

 

Coca leaves contain many nutrients that the body loves. It is thought that many of the nutrients found in coca leaves, are not found in many other foods, if any. And the micro nutrients help heal and invigorate the body.

Coca cola still to this day, uses flavors in it's soda that are extracted from Coca Leaves.

Sniffing Cocaine has a quick effect that tarts pretty much immediately after snorting it, and lasts about 30 minutes, then you need to sniff more to get a buzz again. Chewing Coca leaves is a different buzz because it releases other stimulants other than cocaine into your body. These Alkaloids release much more slowly, and the buzz has much longer constant effect.

Metabolism

Cocaine is extensively metabolized, primarily in the liver. Only about 1% is excreted through urination.

 

Occasional Cocaine Use

In 1995 the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) announced in a press release the publication of the results of the largest global study on cocaine use ever undertaken, and here is what they wrote:

"Occasional cocaine use does not typically lead to severe or even minor physical or social problems"

Cocaine use is very popular in the United States and a growing trend is moving today in the UK.

Users are prevalent across all socioeconomic strata. Wide varying ages, economic, social, and religious backgrounds. It's use is noted by people with large discretionary spending like single professionals, Doctors, and Lawyers, as well as the party scene, and people who go out clubbing.

Dangers Of Using Cocaine

One of the dangers with using cocaine is that the dealers will cut the pure cocaine, and these adulterants could be harmful to your body, or even fatal. In 2007, a study of purity was conducted, and often cocaine was under 5% pure, and never over 50% pure. It was shocking to see the quantities being sold under 5% pure. When it is cut down so much, dealers will often add Novocain (procaine) to fool the user into thinking he purchased pure cocaine due to it's numbing effects.

They also cut it will other cheaper stimulants like ephedrine that increased your heart rate to dangerous levels.

Occasional users do not know what the effects of cocaine should be, and are easily tricked for a cheaper, cut down adulterated product, this placed your health at risk.

Safer things to cut cocaine are inactive sugars, usually mannitol, inositol, creatine or glucose. Baking soda is also often used

The more dangerous adulterants are local anesthetics, such as lidocaine or benzocaine and stimulants like ephedrine.

Pure cocaine will look white with a pearl appearance. Adulterated cocaine will have a pinkish hue. Cocaine is "cut" with many substances such as:

Anesthetics:

Benzocaine
Lidocaine
Procaine

Analgesics:

Quinine


Stimulants use to cut cocaine:

Caffeine
Ephedrine
Methamphetamine

Inert powder:


Baking soda
Inositol


Crack Cocaine

Crack is names so because when you smoke it, it makes a cracling sound, due to the Baking Soda that it is made with. It's color can be:

  • White
  • Creamy Yellow
  • Light brown

It can either be crumbly, oily or rock hard like a crystal. It's texture will depend on how it was manufatured.

 

Some Dangers About Cocaine

I am not one to tell people what they can or cannot do with their bodies, I feel that should be up to you. I also live in society with you, and it would not be beneficial for me if you did get addicted to cocaine, unless you are someone who can abuse cocaine and still benefit society as Freud and Holmes did.

So I think you should have some information before you go ahead and try it.

Cocaine is so addictive and can be so damaging, that parts of your brain may never function the same again. This can be a health and safety issue for you and your friends and family.

Cocaine affects a part of your brain that motivates you, the part that makes decisions on what to do.

So if you have a job to go to, this part of the brain makes sure you wake up in time to shower, feed and groom yourself. But cocaine can affect this part of your brain, and once you get addicted to cocaine the brain damage might be irreversible.

So by trying cocaine, you risk your health, family, career and even your life.

Another part of your brain that may get damaged is the part about making decisions, but this time it is that little part in your brains that tells you, "Hey, traffic is dangerous, I better not cross with all this traffic". I am not trying to exaggerate here and tell you if you use cocaine you will die trying to cross the street, but it is possible, and the longer you use, and the more damage your brain may ensue, the more likely you are to harm yourself in ways you never would of before abusing cocaine.


All About Cocaine

Cocaine is a stimulant, not a narcotic. It is crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant (Erythroxylum Coca).

In keeping with the naming standards of all alkaloid suffix's, INE is used after the word coca, so cocaINE is the result. The same naming standard goes for morphine as well.

Cocaine is used as a local anesthetic, so the suffix "-caine" was used to form names of synthetic local anesthetics like lidocaine, prilocaine and bupivacaine.

Cocaine is most famous for it's euphoric effects. No other substance on earth makes you feel so good.

It stops thirst and hunger (appetite suppressant)

Cocaine is used as a topical anesthetic, most famous for mucous part of the body. a few grains of cocaine can be mixed with distilled water and placed on the eye. This allows the eye surgeon to cut the eye without the patient feeling any pain whatsoever. It is very good specifically for the eye because the surgeon may need the patient to move his or her eye during the operation and being put under does not allow the patient any motor control.

Until 1970, cocaine was not even considered a controlled substance in the United States. Until the early 1970's, cocaine use was still open and offenses were not likely to be prosecuted.

Cocaine technical jargon:

Cocaine is a serotonin-norepinephrine-dopamine re uptake. inhibitor, which mediates functionality of these neurotransmitters as an exogenous catecholamine transporter ligand. Because of the way it affects the mesolimbic reward pathway, leaving the dopamine in your brain (not re-up taking it to recycle for later) cocaine is addictive.

 

 
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