PCP (Phencyclidine)

Just How Bad is it?

What is PCP?

PCP is a hallucinate, or a drug that induces hallucinations. It was created in the 1950's as a medical drug, that would be used during surgeries. When used in the medical field PCP was called Sernyl.

In its purest form, PCP is a white crystalline powder.

PCP causes hallucinations, feelings of strength, agitation/violence, inability to feel pain, and memory loss.

The dose sizes:

3-5 mg

5-10 mg

10+

What are some other names for PCP?

  • Angle Dust
  • PeaCe Pills
  • Hog
  • Lovely
  • Wack
  • Ozone
  • Dust
  • Embalming Fluid
  • Rocket Fuel
  • Shermans

How is PCP taken into the body?

PCP can be taken into the body in many ways.

Some examples are:

  1. Tablets
  2. Capsules
  3. Colored/White Powder
  4. Injection
  5. Liquid
  6. Smoked

How does PCP effect the body?

Short Term: Users will experiance a rise in blood pressure, flushing, profuse sweating, numbness of extremities, blurred vision, difficulty speaking or communicating, and loss of pain/ inability to feel pain.

Long Term: Difficulty thinking or speaking clearly, inability to complete simple tasks, memory loss and users may develop Schizophrenia or Depression. There is also a chance that they will get flashbacks, some positive and some negative.

Signs of abuse.

  1. Stuttering
  2. Impaired memory
  3. Anxiety
  4. Depression

How addictive is PCP?

PCP is extremely addictive and users bodies will often grow a tolerance towards the drug, and to get the same effect as the times before, they will contentiously increase the dosage. If somebody is addicted to PCP they should be treated immediately.