Cocaine is addictive due to its reward pathway in the brain. After a short time that Cocaine has been administered or consumed by the user, it is easier for the user to depend on it.
Cocaine is produced from the coca plant’s leaves, South America, and is considered a powerful stimulant drug. Healthcare workers worldwide utilize it for legitimate purposes like giving local anesthesia or other surgeries, but on a general basis, cocaine use and selling of Cocaine is considered illegal.
Cocaine is administered by a user through inhaling, injecting into a vein, snorting, or inhaled as smoke. Cocaine is also rubbed into the gums or used as a combination of heroin and Cocaine, known as Speedball.
Some individuals also smoke Cocaine that has been processed to make a rock crystal. This specific crystal is heated, resulting in fumes’ production, eventually inhaled into the lungs. This form of Cocaine is called crack, which refers to the crackling sound of the rock as it’s heated.
Crack can also be smoked like a cigarette by sprinkling it on Marijuana or Tobacco. People who smoke Cocaine usually take it in binges, which means they take it in short intervals at intensively higher doses and maintain their high.
If you have continued to use Cocaine for some time, you may have an addiction. Contact Avatar drugs recovery center for immediate help.