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Drugs are everywhere around us and most parents worry about their child becoming involved with drugs. Parents often feel they donРІР‚в„ўt know enough about drugs to help prevent their child from coming to harm. In this section of our site, there are basic details on the most commonly used drugs to help you to become better informed. We also offer a variety of drug tests for the most common drugs. The tests are available with different testing strips so you can choose which drugs you want to test for. Why do young people take drugs? Most parents do not understand why children might want to take drugs and question themselves. They usually believe that because their child is using drugs or tried drugs that they must be having problems at school or home. There are many reasons why a child may take drugs, perhaps they enjoy the short-term effects, their friends use them, curiosity or just as a part of growing up. They want to break the rules and think it will be fun, without realising the consequences.

Cocaine (COC)
Cocaine is a powerful addictive drug of abuse. Having tried cocaine, an individual cannot predict or control the extent to which he or she will continue to use the drug. Cocaine is generally sold as a fine, white, crystalline powder, known as Coke, C, Snow, Flake, Blow and Charlie. Street dealers generally dilute cocaine with inert substances such as cornstarch, talcum powder, and/or sugar, or with active drugs such as procaine (a chemically-related local anaesthetic) or with other stimulants such as amphetamines. CocaineРІР‚в„ўs effects appear almost immediately after a single dose, and disappears within a few minutes or hours. Taken in small amounts, cocaine usually makes the user feel euphoric, energetic, talkative, and mentally alert, especially to the sensations of sight, sound, and touch. It can also temporarily decrease the need for food and sleep. Some users find that the drug helps them to perform simple physical and intellectual tasks more quickly, while others can experience the opposite effect.