How Alcohol Interacts with Cocaine

Cocaine is a powerful and highly addictive central nervous system stimulant. It targets the portion of the brain that regulates mood, pleasure and wellbeing, so users of this drug feel euphoric, energetic and alert. Also known as “coke,” cocaine is generally sold as a fine, white, crystalline powder to...

Dangers of Combining Marijuana and Cocaine

Dangers of Marijuana and Cocaine Use Many people treat marijuana lightly, but it can be very harmful by itself and more dangerous when combined with other drugs. Marijuana causes an increased and irregular heart rate up to three hours after smoking. Long-term use may raise the risk of coronary disease and...

Cocaine Abuse and Drug Interactions

Many users combine drugs to intensify their effects or to help alleviate the effects of coming down from a drug-induced ‘high.” Often, additional drugs are needed to help the user function by helping them sleep or stay awake. Drug use impairs the decision making process to the extent that obvious...

Cocaine Cut with Levamisole

Levamisole is a veterinary drug used to de-worm farm animals like sheep, cattle and pigs. It is incredibly toxic to humans and it can rot your flesh. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration estimates that up to 82% of the current cocaine supply in the United States has been contaminated with Levamisole. If...

Mixing Cocaine with Alcohol and Other Drugs

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant, and, despite generations of education and awareness, cocaine use continues unabated. Whether snorted as a powder, injected as a liquid or smoked as crack, there is no safe way to use cocaine. Powdered cocaine is often cut with any of the...