All About Cocaine

By Thomas Casper and Teddy DeCencio

Street Names

· Coke

· Crack

· Crystal

· Big C

· C-dust

· Blow

· Snow

· Paradise white

· Pearl

· Flake

· Baysay

· Base

· Candy cane

· White girl

· White horse

· Zip

· Baseball

· Tardust

· Gutter glitter

· Wacky dust

· Weasel dust

· Bubble gum

· Yay and Yayo


Cocaine an addictive drug derived from coca or prepared synthetically, used as an illegal stimulant and sometimes medicinally as a local anesthetic. It comes from the leaves of the coca plant in South America.

4.) Cocaine comes in a powder form or it can come in a solid form. You can inhale, inject, or smoke it. 5.) Cocaine can be put into the body very similar to other drugs. Is powdery like some other drugs. 6.) The short-term physiological effects of cocaine use include constricted blood vessels; dilated pupils; and increased body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure 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. 7.) With repeated exposure to cocaine, the brain starts to adapt, and the reward pathway becomes less sensitive to natural reinforces and to the drug itself. Users take cocaine in "binges," during which the cocaine is used repeatedly and at increasingly higher doses. This can lead to increased irritability, restlessness, panic attacks, and paranoia—even a full-blown psychosis, in which the individual loses touch with reality and experiences auditory hallucinations.

Cocaine is not for any medical purposes and it isn't an over the counter


Cocaine is illegal - a serious Class A drug, which means that you can get up to 7 years in prison and huge fines for possessing it, and life imprisonment for supplying it.