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The Big KFx Drugs Terms and Definitions Table

Updated 11.10

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[2,3–Dihydro–5–methyl–3–(4–morpholinylmethyl)pyrrolo[1, 2, 3–de]–1,4–benzoxazin–6–yl]–1–naphthalenylmethanone

WIN 55,212-2
Spice

Synthetic cannabinoid  found in the smoking mixture Spice. Became a Class B drug in 2009.

[9–Hydroxy–6–methyl–3–[5–phenylpentan–2–yl] oxy–5, 6, 6a, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10a–octahydrophenanthridin–1–yl] acetate

CP 50,556-1
Spice

Synthetic cannabinoid  found in the smoking mixture Spice. Became a Class B drug in 2009.

1-(3-Chlorophenyl)piperazine

mCPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(3-chloropropyl)piperazine

CPCPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(3-Methylphenyl)piperazine

mMPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(3-Trifluoromethylphenyl)piperazine

TFMPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(4- Methylphenyl)piperazine

pMPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(4-Chlorophenyl)piperazine

pCPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(4-Fluorophenyl)piperazine

pFPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(4-Methoxyphenyl)piperazine

pMeOPP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-(8-Bromobenzo[1,2-b;4,5-b]difuran-4-yl)-2-aminopropane

Bromo-dragonfly

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

1,4-Dibenzylpiperazine

DBZP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-Benzyl-4-methylpiperazine

BZMP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

1-benzylpiperazine

BZP

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009. the “original” piperazine, became popular in “party pills.”

2-(8-bromo-2,3,6,7-tetrahydrofuro [2,3-f][1]benzofuran-4-yl)ethanamine

2cb-fly

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties

2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Bromoamphetamine

DOB

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

2,5-dimethoxy-4-bromophenethylamine

2C-B
Nexus

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodophenylethylamine

2C-I

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

2-5-Dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine

DOM
STP

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

2C-B

2,5-dimethoxy-4-bromophenethylamine
Nexus

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

2cb-fly

2-(8-bromo-2,3,6,7-tetrahydrofuro [2,3-f][1]benzofuran-4-yl)ethanamine

A member of thePhenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

2-dpmp Desoxypipradrol

Long-acting stimulant; not popular as recreational drug. As at November 2010 had been found in "legal highs" being sold on-line in the UK. Was found in compounds such as "Ivory Wave." Made subject to an importation ban in UK November 2010

2-Methylamino-1-(3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl)butan-1-one

bk-MBDB
butylone

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

2-Methylamino-1-(3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl)propan-1-one

bk-MDMA
methylone

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

3,4-methylenedioxy-amphetamine

MDA

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties. Similar to MDMA

3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine Hydrochloride

MDMA
Ectasy
E

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

3–Dimethylheptyl–11–hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol

HU-243
Spice

Synthetic cannabinoid  found in the smoking mixture Spice. Became a Class B drug in 2009.

4-ETA

4-Ethoxyamphetamine

While in the same large family of drugs as Esctasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

4-Ethoxyamphetamine

4-ETA

While in the same large family of drugs as Esctasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

4-Fluoroamphetamine

Para-fluoroamphetamine
Amphetamine

Amphetamine analogue; stimulant. Although primarily an amphetamine, its structure means it’s a “ring halogenated phenylethylamine” probably and so a Class A drug – or so the courts upheld. Others beg to differ.

4-fluoromethcathinone

4-FMC
Flephedrone

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

4-FMC

4-fluoromethcathinone
Flephedrone

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

4-Methoxymethcathinone

bk-PMMA
methedrone

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

4-Methoxy-N-ethylamphetamine

PMEA

While in the same large family of drugs as Ecstasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

4-Methoxy-N-Methylamphetamine

PMMA

While in the same large family of drugs as Ecstasy (thePhenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

4-Methylioamphetamine

4-MTA

While in the same large family of drugs as Ecstasy (Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

4-Methylmethcathinone

MMCAT, mephedrone, Miaow, Bubbles
'drone

Bath salts
Plant food

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

4-MTA

4-Methylioamphetamine

While in the same large family of drugs as Ecstasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

5,6-Methylenedioxy-2-aminoindane

MDAI

An analogue of MDA and not currently (probably) covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act. Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks. Relative of the Phenylethylamine group of drugs.

5-IAI

5-Iodo-2-aminoindane

One of a new range of psychoactive compounds; a distant relative of the Phenylethylamine group of drugs; probably legal at the time of writing in the UK  (August 2010).

Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

5-Iodo-2-aminoindane

5-IAI

One of a new range of psychoactive compounds; a distant relative of the Phenylethylamine group of drugs; probably legal at the time of writing in the UK  (August 2010).

Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

5-MeO-AMT

5-methoxy-α-methyltryptamine

A tryptamine drug which is a stimulant, euphoriant and moderately hallucinogenic. Very potent and so dangerous due to risks of taking an excessively high dose in error. Not common

5-MeO-DALT

A tryptamine which users report can cause euphoria, sensory and perceptual change and stimulant effects. Snorted, swallowed or smoked. Legal status unclear (as of August 2010) with some sources claiming it is legal while others claiming that is covered by UK analogue clauses.
Regardless still being supplied and used on line

5-MeO-DiPT

Foxy
5-Methoxy-diisopropyltryptamine

A tryptamine which users report can cause euphoria, sensory and perceptual change and stimulant effects. Snorted, swallowed or smoked. Legal status unclear (as of August 2010) with some sources claiming it is legal while others claiming that is covered by UK analogue clauses.
Regardless still being supplied and used on line

5-MeO-MiPT

Moxy

A tryptamine which users report can cause euphoria, sensory and perceptual change and stimulant effects. Snorted, swallowed or smoked. Legal status unclear (as of August 2010) with some sources claiming it is legal while others claiming that is covered by UK analogue clauses.
Regardless still being supplied and used on line

5-methoxy-α-methyltryptamine

5-MeO-AMT

A tryptamine drug which is a stimulant, euphoriant and moderately hallucinogenic. Very potent and so dangerous due to risks of taking an excessively high dose in error. Not common

6-APB

1-(2,3-dihydro-1-benzofuran-6-yl)propan-2-amine)
Benzo Fury

As at July 2010 a “new” “legal” “research chemical” being touted on-line to follow on from MMCAT and other now-illegal chemicals.
Despite the retail name “benzo fury” has no links to benzos and is more of a hallucinogen.
(probably) currently legal in the UK

9-(Hydroxymethyl)–6, 6–dimethyl–3–(2–methyloctan–2–yl)–6a, 7, 10, 10a–tetrahydrobenzo[c]chromen–1–ol

HU-210

Synthetic cannabinoid  found in the smoking mixture Spice. Became a Class B drug in 2009.

Acid

LSD

Slang name for LSD, a hallucinogenic tryptamine

Adam

MDA

Slang name for MDA, a Phenylethylamine similar to MDMA

Common name for ethyl alcohol or ethanol

Alprazolam

Benzodiazepines

A member of the Benzodiazepine family of drugs

Amphetamine Sulphate
Speed, Whizz,Billy

Methamphetamine
Ice, shard, crank, glass, Tina, tweak

Large family of drugs with stimulant effects

Antabuse

Disulfiram

Brand name for this drug

Apples

MDMA

Brand of Ecstasy Tablets which were stamped with an Apple logo

Areca

Paan
Betel
Catechu
Areca

Palm which produces Areca Nuts, used with betel leaf in paan; a plant stimulant widely used in Asia.

Atropine

Datura
Thornapple
Tropanes

Chemical found in certain plants including Datura. Member of the family of chemicals called Tropanes. It has important medical uses and has been dabbled with as a recreational drug but its low level of reward compared to high levels of risk and unpleasant side effects means it has never become popular

Ayahuasca Yage
Chacruna
South American vine which is often taken in combination with Chacruna which is a source of DMT. Ayahuasca is a powerful MAOI, elevating levels of serotonin and dopamine. Mostly used as an ethnobotanical with limited recreational use in UK

Barbiturates

Barbs

Family of sedative drugs; high risk of overdose and physical dependence. Less widely used now as have largely been replaced by Benzodiazepines.

Barbs

Barbiturates

Base

Base speed
Base cocaine

Alkaline form of a drug; typically prepared for smoking rather than injecting as tend to have poor solubility in water. Bases can be turned to salts by the addition of an acid such as Citric Acid.

Bath Salts

Mephedrone
Naphyrone

Term used to get round the Medicines Act. By selling drugs as “bath salts” “or “plant food” the aim is to show that they are not sold for ingestion and so are not sold as medicines.

Benzos

Family of drugs used as hypnotics (to induce sleep), anxiolytics (to reduce anxiety) and muscular relaxants.

Benzos

Benzodiazepines

Benzo Fury   One brand name for the hallucinogen 6-APB

Paan
Catechu
Areca

Strictly the leaf of the betel creeper which, when taken with ground areca nut and spices is known in India as Paan; widely used across Asia as a mild stimulant

Billy

Amphetamine

Slang for Amphetamine, after comic character Billy Whizz

Biscuits

MDMA

Type of Ecstasy tablet known as disco-biscuits; typically large and speckled

Black

Cannabis

Form of Cannabis resin

Blow

Cannabis

Generic slang term for Cannabis

Blueberry Cannabis
Skunk
Type of hybridised, high potency cannabis. A specific skunk hybrid.

Boldenone

An anabolic steroid

Bones

Cocaine

Slang for crack Cocaine, typically in London

Booda

Cannabis

Slang for buds of herbal Cannabis: Buds – Buddha – Booda

Britlofex

Lofexidine

Brand name for the drug Lofexidine

Bromo-dragonfly

1-(8-Bromobenzo[1,2-b;4,5-b]difuran-4-yl)-2-aminopropane

A member of thePhenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

Brown

Heroin

Slang for street Heroin (diamorphine) in UK; typically refers to base heroin from Afghanistan

Bubble-hash Cannabis Method of extracting cannabis resin using cold water and filters.

Bud

Cannabis

Flowering parts of female Cannabis plants

Buddha

Cannabis

Slang for buds of herbal Cannabis: Buds – Buddha

Bufotenine

A tryptamine– type drug; hallucinogenic, found in the excretions of some toads

Bupe

Buprenorphine

Slang for this Opioid medication

Buprenorphine

Subutex
Suboxone

Bupe
subbies

Opioid used as a painkiller and in the treatment of Heroin dependency; it is sometimes described as an agonist-antagonist as it works as an opiate while blocking the action of heroin at opiate receptors like an antagonist

Burgers

MDMA

Type of Ecstasy tablet known as disco-burgers; typically large and speckled

Bush

Cannabis

Slang for herbal Cannabis

Butane

Volatile Substances

Type of gas, found in cigarette refills or elsewhere

Butyl Nitrite

Poppers

Inhalant; same family as Amyl Nitrite

BZMP

1-Benzyl-4-methylpiperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

BZP

1-benzylpiperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

Cannabidiol

CBD

A cannabinoid; one of  the psychoactive products in Cannabis

Cannabinoid

Cannabis,
CBD
CBN
Spice
THC

Cannabinoids are chemicals which can occupy and activate cannabinoid receptors in the brain. These may be natural compounds such as those found in the Cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are produced naturally in the human brain. A range of synthetic cannabinoids have been researched and some of these came to the street market in the smoking compound "Spice." All the synthetic and natural cannabinoids (except those naturally occuring in the brain) are controlled drugs.

Cannabinol

CBN

A cannabinoid; one of  the psychoactive products in Cannabis

cannabinoids
CBD
CBN
THC
Marijuana

Generic term for the plant cannabis sp and drug products extracted from the plant

Cathinone

Cathinones are a large family of drugs within the Phenylethylamine family of substances. Naturally occurring cathinones include cathinone in the Khat plant and cathine, also known as ephedrine, from the Ephedra plant. Altering the structure of cathinones has resulted in the production of a range of new stimulant drugs, most recently drugs like MMCAT.

CBD

Cannabidiol

A cannabinoid; one of  the psychoactive products in Cannabis

CBN

Cannabinol

A cannabinoid; one of  the psychoactive products in Cannabis

Chacruna Ayahuasca
Yage
Plant from south America used in conjunction with the plant Yage as the potent hallucinogenic brew ayahuasca. Source of the tryptamine DMT.

Charlie

Cocaine

Slang term for cocaine

China White

Heroin

Slang term for white Heroin

Chorionic Gonadotrophin

HCG

Hormone used by some steroid user to stimulate their own testosterone production if this has been suppressed by steroid use.

Clenbuterol

Stimulant and brochiodilator

Coca

Cocaine

Leaf from shrub Erythroxylum coca; source of cocaine

Cocaethylene

Cocaine

Compound formed by fusion of coca with ethanol (alcohol) – can be made by using alcohol and cocaine at the same time

Cocaine
Crack

Stimulant derived from Coca leaf

Codeine

Opiate found in the Opium Poppy

Coke

Cocaine

Common slang term for cocaine

CP 50,556-1

[9–Hydroxy–6–methyl–3–[5–phenylpentan–2–yl] oxy–5, 6, 6a, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10a–octahydrophenanthridin–1–yl] acetate

Synthetic cannabinoid  found in the smoking mixture Spice. Became a Class B drug in 2009

CPCPP

1-(3-chloropropyl)piperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

Crack

Cocaine

Smokeable base form of cocaine

Crank Methamphetamine  

Crystal Meth

Methamphetamine

Refined smokeable form of methamphetamine, an Amphetamine

Cyclizine   An antihistamine used in some medication including travel sickness treatments. Especially popular with some opiate users as the combined use of some opiates and cyclizine provides a more euphoric high. The medication diconal contained the opiate dipipanone and cyclizine and was often injected for its powerful reward.

Datura

Thornapple
Scopolamine
Atropine
Hyoscamine

Plant of the Solanaceae family, grown for its large trumpet shaped flowers. Sometimes called “Devils Trumpets.” Produces spiny fruit – thornapples. The plant contains a collection of chemicals – Tropanes which are rarely dabbled with recreationally. Other plants in the family include Deadly Nightshade and Mandrake

DBZP

1,4-Dibenzylpiperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol

THC

A cannabinoid; One of the key psychoactive components in Cannabis

Dennis the Menace

MDMA

Type of Ectasy tablet once available

Dexamphetamine

Amphetamine

A form of Amphetamine

Dexedrine

Amphetamine

Brand name for tablets of the Amphetamine Dexamphetamine

Dexies

Dexedrine
Amphetamine

Slang term for the Dexedrine tablets, a form of Amphetamine

Dextropropoxyphene Opioid painkiller; found in the tablet distalgesics

DF118s

Dihydrocodeine

Brand of Opioid in tablet or ampoule form

Diamorphine

Heroin

Short chemical name for diacetyl morphine – the chemical name for Heroin

Diazepam

Benzodiazepines

Common form of benzodiazepine, branded as Valium

Diconal

Strong Opioid painkiller; combination of dipipanone and cyclizine

Dihydrocodeine

Moderate strength Opioid painkiller

Dikes

Diconal

Slang term for this opioid drug

Dimethocaine

DMC

Synthetic cocaine derivative/analogue.
not currently (probably) covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act. Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

Dimethocaine

Dimethyltryptamine

DMT

tryptamine, hallucinogen. Potent, short acting drug

Dipipanone

Opioid drug; combined in Diconal tablets with cyclizine

Distalgesics   tablets containing the Opioid dextropropoxyphene with the painkiller paracetamol; discontinued for use in UK

Disulfiram

Antabuse

A drug used to treat alcohol dependency, post detox. It leaves the body unable to metabolise alcohol normally, causing acute levels of the toxic chemical acetaldehyde. This causes intense nausea and makes drinking alcohol unbearable unpleasant.

DMC

Dimethocaine

Synthetic cocaine derivative/analogue.
not currently (probably) covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act. Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

DOB

2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Bromoamphetamine

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

DOM

2-5-Dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine
STP

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

Dope

Cannabis

Generic slang for drugs; in UK mostly refers to Cannabis but in US could also refer to Heroin.

Double Zero

Cannabis

High quality Cannabis resin; refers to the fine mesh screen through which cannabis resin was sieved before compressing in to slabs

Doves

MDMA

Old-school Ecstasy tablets, with Dove logo on them

DPT

N,N,dipropyltryptamine

Rare hallucinogenic tryptamine; powerfully psychoactive.

Draw

Cannabis

Slang for Cannabis

Durban Poison Cannabis
Skunk
Type of hybridised, high potency cannabis. A specific skunk hybrid.

E

MDMA

Short for Ectasy for clubbers who didn’t like spelling long words

Early Girl Cannabis
Skunk
Type of hybridised, high potency cannabis. A specific skunk hybrid.

Ecstasy

MDMA

Commonest alternative name for MDMA; should refer to real MDMA but is often used as a loose term for a pill bought in a club which is a bit speedy and a bit trippy

Eggs

Temazepam

Old-school name for capsules of the benzodiazepine Temazepam because they were egg shaped

Ephedrine

Stimulant; crops up in a few medicines; used in the production of a number of other drugs

Etorphine

Incredibly strong Opioid

Eve

MDEA

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties; similar to MDMA

Fentanyl

Strong Opioid

Flatpress

Cannabis

Form of dried compressed herbal Cannabis

Flunitrazepam

Rohypnol

Generic name for this Benzodiazepine

Flurazepam

Generic name for this Benzodiazepine

Fly Agaric

Muscimol
Ibotenic Acid

A hallucinogenic mushroom; distinctive red and white cap. Contains muscimol which is a hallucinogen; presence of ibotenic acid causes nausea and so fly agaric mushrooms need to be heated prior to ingestion

Foxy

5-MeO-DiPT
5-Methoxy-diisopropyltryptamine

A tryptamine which users report can cause euphoria, sensory and perceptual change and stimulant effects. Snorted, swallowed or smoked. Legal status unclear (as of August 2010) with some sources claiming it is legal while others claiming that is covered by UK analogue clauses.
Regardless still being supplied and used on line

Freebase

Cocaine

Form of cocaine treated with an alkali to extract the base from the salt, in order to make it smokeable

Gamma Butyrolactone

GBL

Precursor of GHB; is metabolised in to GHB after ingestion

Gamma Hydroxybutyrate

GHB

Powerful sedating drug

Ganja

Cannabis

Slang for Cannabis, especially from the Carribean or people who grew up around cannabis in the seventies and eighties

Gas

Volatile Substances

Usually refers to butane gas but could be a reference to Nitrous Oxide

GBH

GHB

Slang for this drug

GBL

Gamma Hydroxybutyrate

Precursor of GHB; is metabolised in to GHB after ingestion

Gammahydroxy Butyrate

Powerful sedating drug

Glue

Volatile Substances

Refers to adhesives which contain a volatile compound such as toluene and can be used as an intoxicant

Grass

Cannabis

Generic term of herbal Cannabis

Green

Cannabis

Generic term of herbal Cannabis

Gutkha

Tobacco
Betel nut

Mixture of powdered tobacco, lime, betel nut and other flavouring used in India and amongst some people with links to the sub-continent in the UK. Significant cause of oral cancers.

Hash

Cannabis

Abbreviation of Hashish; Arabic term for Cannabis resin

Hashish

Cannabis

Arabic term for Cannabis resin

Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

LSA

Seeds of the plant Hawaiian Baby Woodrose contain Lysergic Acid Amide – a Tryptamine with hallucinogenic properties. Seeds not currently illegal but extracted LSA is.

Herb

Cannabis

Generic term of herbal Cannabis

Common name for the Opioid diamorphine; originally a brand name but now a colloquial term

Hyoscamine

Datura
Thornapple
Tropanes

Chemical found in certain plants including Datura; has important medical uses and has been dabbled with as a recreational drug but its low level of reward compared to high levels of risk and unpleasant side effects means it has never become popular

Ibogaine

Ibogaine is the name of a psychoactive compound extracted from the root bark of an African plant, Tabernanthe Ibogaine. It has been explored for the treatment of drug dependency. Doses of Ibogaine can cause intense nausea but also a hallucinogenic state. The drug is reputed to reduse symptoms of withdrawal and craving and help develop insight in to reasons for dependency.
Ibogaine is not a licensed treatment and while some people offer treatment privately it is not without significant risk.

Ibotenic Acid

Fly Agaric
Muscimol

Constituent in Fly Agaric Mushrooms; can cause intense nausea; is broken down by heating mushrooms prior to ingestion

Ice

Methamphetamine

Powerful stimulant

Ivory Wave

MDPV

Marketing name for a once-legal stimulant; analysis of Ivory Wave typically contained the drug MDPV. Now a controlled drug

Jellies

Temazepam

Slang for capsules of the Benzodiazepine temazepam which contained jelly mixture to deter injecting (and was a singular failure in this regard)

Juice

methadone
Steroids

Alcohol

Slang which is used for these compounds

Kava Kava

Plant root extract. Produces mild euphoria, and extreme relaxation and sense of peace and tranquillity May cause some mild hallucinations. Effects akin to the more soporific effects of cannabis resin.

Ket

Ketamine

Slang for people to paralysed to get the whole word out

Dissassociative anaethetic. It is NOT a “horse tranquilliser” as everyone would have you believe but is used in human and animal medicine to provide anaesthesia.

Chat, qat, Ghat, Miraa

Plant stimulant, widely used in sub-Saharan African countries

Kratom   Mitrogyna Speciosa: Asian plant with long history of use Dried leaf and plant extracts now sold on-line Not currently controlled under MDA 1971 Many active compounds including 7-hydroxymitragynine Compounds are primarily similar in structure to tryptamines but don’t act as tryptamines. Act as agonists at Mu and delta- opiate receptors. Can cause stimulation (especially at low doses) and sedation and a dream-like state at higher doses. Moderate hallucinogen.

Linctus

methadone
Codeine

Should be a reference to Codeine Linctus but a lot of people refer to methadone Mixture as Methadone Linctus (which is a different strength) so different people mean different things by Linctus.

Lofexidine

Britlofex

Treatment used in opiate withdrawal; reduces levels of the brain chemical nor-adrenaline which tend to peak in acute opiate withdrawal. The high levels of nor-adrenaline contribute to feelings of panic and physical symptoms such as tremors, sweats and high pulse rate. Reducing these levels can help people feel more able to cope with other aspects of opiate withdrawal.

Lorazepam

Benzodiazepine

Type of benzodiazepine

Lysergic acid diethylamide
Acid
Trips
Tabs
A powerful hallucinogen from the tryptamine family.

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

LSD

Short chemical name for LSD

'Shrooms
Psilocin
Psilocybin
Liberty Caps
Mushies
Fly Agarics
Muscimol
Ibotenic Acid

Commonly used term for mushrooms containing hallucinogens notably Psylocybin mushrooms. These contain the tryptamine psilocin. All mushrooms containing this compound are Class A drugs. The fly agaric mushroom is also hallucinogenic but does not contain psilocin and so is not a controlled substance.

Mandrake

Tropanes
Atropine
Hyoscamine
Scopolamine

Plant of the Solanaceae family, Produces large root which sometimes looks like male genitals or people. The plant contains a collection of chemicals – Tropanes which are rarely dabbled with recreationally. Other plants in the family include Deadly Nightshade and Mandrake. Lots of historical use especially associated with occult rituals.

Mandrax

Methaqualone

A type of sedative, once popular in UK but no longer used

Mandies slang for Mandrax

Marijuana

Cannabis

Alternative name for Cannabis, derived from a Hispanic route and widely used in the US

Marinol

cannabinoid
Cannabinol
Cannabis

Synthetic source of the cannabinoid THC used as a medicine

MBDB

Methlybenzodioxyolylbutanamine

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

mCPP

1-(3-Chlorophenyl)piperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

MDA

Methylenedioxyamphetamine
ADAM

A member of thePhenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.
The “first” of the Phenylethylamines

MDAI

5,6-Methylenedioxy-2-aminoindane
Sparkle

An analogue of MDA and not currently (probably) covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act. Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

MDAT

6-7-Methylenedioxy-2-aminotetralin

An analogue of MDA and not currently (probably) covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act. Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

MDEA

Methylenedioxyethylamphetamine
EVE

A member of thePhenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

Methylenedioxymethamphetamine
Ecstasy
Methylenedioxymethylmphetamine

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties. The most prized and popular of this family

MDPV

Methylenedioxypyrovalerone
Bath salts
Plant food

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

Melanotan

Melanotan ii
Epitan

Synthetic source of melatonin; not licensed in UK but traded illicitly and used to speed up and intensify tanning; also reputed to increase libido. Not currently a controlled drug.

MMCAT
Methylmethcathinone

Plant food
Bath Salts
Bubbles

Miaow
’drone

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

Mescaline

Potent tryptamine; hallucinogen
not common in UK; extracted from cactus

Physeptone
Meth
Juice

Synthetic Opioid used as a painkiller and as substitute for street Heroin

Methamphetamine

Amphetamine
Shard, Crank, Meth, Tina, Yabba, meth
Methylamphetamine, Methedrine

Long acting stimulant; member of the Amphetamine family of drugs. Potency and long duration associated with increased risk of physical and mental health problems. Use not widespread in UK. Frequently the subject of lurid coverage in films and American cop shows.

Methaqualone

Mandrax

A type of sedative, once popular in UK but no longer used

Methcathinone

Cathinone derivative; stimulant: manufactured from cathine

Methedrine

Methamphetamine

Old brand name for Methamphetamine, when it could be legally prescribed as a cocaine substitute an diet treatment, an Amphetamine

Methedrone

bk-MMMA
bubbles

Bath salts

Cathinone derivative; stimulant, sometimes sold on its own but also in combination with other cathinone derivatives such as mephedrone

Methylenedioxypyrovalerone

MDPV

Cathinone derivative; was briefly a “legal high” and then was made a controlled drug in 2010

Methylone

bk-MDBD

Cathinone derivative; stimulant, sometimes sold on its own but also in combination with other cathinone derivatives such as mephedrone

Methylphenidate

Ritalin

Stimulant, used medically to treat ADHD but misused for its speed-like properties

Microdots

LSD

Old-school form of LSD on tiny pellets

mMPP

1-(3-Methylphenyl)piperazine

A type of sedative, once popular in UK but no longer used

Morning Glory

LSA

Flowering plant, the seeds of which contain Lysergic Acid Amide – a Tryptamine with hallucinogenic properties. Seeds not currently illegal but extracted LSA is.

Morphine

Proto-typical Opiate; key painkiller in opium; can be converted in to diamorphine (Heroin) by the addition of acetic anhydride

Muscimol

Fly Agaric
Ibotenic Acid

Active chemical in Fly Agaric mushrooms; hallucinogen. Not controlled in the UK

Mushies              

Psilocin

Slang for magic mushrooms

Myristicin

Nutmeg

Chemical found in nutmeg; mildly hallucinogenic. Potential for use as a recreational drug reduced as tends to cause nausea and headaches. Not popular

N,N,dipropyltryptamine

DPT

Rare hallucinogenic tryptamine; powerfully psychoactive.

Nabilone

cannabinoid
Cannabis

Synthetic cannabinoid used as a medication

Naloxone

Narcan

Opioid drug; the classic opiate “antagonist” meaning it occupies opiate receptors but doesn’t activate them. It binds to these receptors strongly and so can displace some other opiates which bind less strongly, especially morphine. This effect is used to reverse the effects of opiates especially in acute overdose. Short acting.

Naltrexone

Opioid drug; is an opiate “antagonist” meaning it occupies opiate receptors but doesn’t activate them. It binds to these receptors strongly and prevents other opiates (such as morphine) reaching the receptors. It is used to help sustain abstinence by stopping Heroin working in the event of lapse. It is longer acting than Naloxone. It does not cause unpleasant symptoms in the event of using Heroin unlike, the alcohol treatment Antabuse.

Nandrolone

Anabolic steroid

Naphyrone

Napthylpyrovalerone
NRG-1

Stimulant which was made in to a class B drug July 2010 in UK

Napthylpyrovalerone

Naphyrone
NRG-1

Stimulant which was made in to a class B drug July 2010 in UK

Narcan

Naloxone

Brand name for Naloxone

Nexus

2CB

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

Nortrhern Lights Cannabis
Skunk
Type of hybridised, high potency cannabis. A specific skunk hybrid.

NRG-1

Napthylpyrovalerone
Naphyrone

Stimulant which was made in to a class B drug July 2010 in UK

NRG-2

???

Chemical being sold on-line as at August 2010
some sites are using a made-up chemical name.
Not sure of exact composition; may be MDAI or MDPV or another compound being branded as NRG-2

Nutmeg

Myristicin

Spice which contains myristicin. mildly hallucinogenic. Potential for use as a recreational drug reduced as tends to cause nausea and headaches. Not popular

Ohms

LSD

Slang for LSD tabs with an ohm symbol on them

Oil

Cannabis

Form of Cannabis extracted from the plant; high potency. Was once a Class A substance, then a Class C substance and now a Class B substance.

Term for active drugs which have been extracted straight from the opium poppy. Although refines, no further chemical manipulation has taken place

Synthetic or semi-synthetic compounds derived from or related to chemicals found in the opium poppy.

Opium

Resin extracted from the opium poppy, contains a number of opiates including morphine, codeine and thebaine

Oxymorphone

Opioid

Paan

Betel
Areca

Mixture of Areca Nut, spices. Lime and Betel leaf used as a stimulant in Asia

Para-fluoroamphetamine

4-Fluoroamphetamine
Amphetamine

Amphetamine analogue; stimulant.  Although primarily an amphetamine, its structure means it’s a “ring halogenated phenylethylamine” probably and so a Class A drug – or so the courts upheld. Others beg to differ.

Para-Methoxyamphetamine

PMA
Mitsubishis
Red Mitusbishis
Killers
4-MTA, 4-ETA, PMEA, PMMA

While in the same large family of drugs as Esctasy (the phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

PCP

Phencyclidine
Angel Dust

Dissassociative anaesthetic. More popular in US than UK; we ended up with Ketamine instead

pCPP

1-(4-Chlorophenyl)piperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

Pethidine

Opioid painkiller

Peyote

Phenylethylamine
Mescaline

Cactus which represents a natural source of thePhenylethylamine Mescaline. Cactus not illegal in UK.

pFPP

1-(4-Fluorophenyl)piperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

Phenazepam   One of benzodiazepine family; currently not prescribed in UK but currently not regulated by MDA. Manufactured espec. in Russia. Some reports of sales in UK

Phencyclidine

PCP

Dissassociative anaesthetic. More popular in US than UK; we ended up with Ketamine instead

Phenylethylamines

MDMA
MDEA
MDA
DOM
DOB
2CI
2CB
Mescaline
Cathinones

Phenylethylamines are a large family of drugs. They share a common core molecular structure. Drugs within this large group include MDMA (ecstasy) Amphetamines, cathinones and a number of

other compounds. They have been widely used recreationally for their stimulant, euphoric and moderately hallucinogenic properties.

Phy

methadone

Short name for Physeptone, a brand name for methadone

Physeptone

methadone

Brand name for methadone though a daft number of people insist it’s a drug in its own right

Pink Champagne Amphetamine Slang name for amphetamine sulphate

Piperazines

mCPP
CPCPP
mMPP
TFMPP
pMPP
pCPP
pFPP
pMeOPP
DBZP
BZMP
BZP

Piperazine are a family of drugs which gained popularity on the drug scene. Historically used as a cattle-worming tablet, piperazines became more widely known for their stimulant effects. They became a popular alternative to increasingly-poor quality Ecstasy and were legal in the UK and elsewhere. A large number of piperazine derived substances entered the market. In the UK they became Class C controlled drugs in 2009.
Piperazines are stimulants similar in effect to Amphetamine but only about a tenth of the potency. The risks related to piperazine use are not fully established. A small number of deaths have been attributed to piperazine use but this has not been conclusively established.
Side effects and risks include high blood pressure, irregular heart beat, agitation, anxiety, insomnia and in a small number of cases, seizures.

PMA

Para-Methoxyamphetamine
Mitsubishis
Red Mitusbishis
Killers
4-MTA, 4-ETA, PMEA, PMMA

While in the same large family of drugs as Esctasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

PMEA

4-Methoxy-N-ethylamphetamine

While in the same large family of drugs as Esctasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

pMeOPP

1-(4-Methoxyphenyl)piperazine

A type of sedative, once popular in UK but no longer used

PMMA

4-Methoxy-N-Methylamphetamine
Mitsubishis
Red Mitusbishis
Killers
4-MTA, 4-ETA, PMEA, PMMA

While in the same large family of drugs as Esctasy (the Phenylethylamines) PMA and related compounds worked less on brain chemicals like dopamine and nor-adrenaline and had instead a much more marked effect on elevating serotonin. Which on the face of it sounds great but in practice made PMA dangerous causing higher risk of overdose than MDMA. Caused high blood pressure, sharp increases in body temperature, tremors and convulsions.

pMPP

1-(4- Methylphenyl)piperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

Pond Cleaner

MMCAT
MDPV
NRG-1

Term used to get round the Medicines Act. By selling drugs as “bath salts” “or “plant food” the aim is to show that they are not sold for ingestion and so are not sold as medicines.

Pollen Cannabis
Polm
Term used in some cannabis circles for the THC-rich crystalline material knocked off or extracted from high-potency skunk. It is not "pollen" - a male gamete - but is often called this anyway.
Polm Cannabis
Pollen
Dutch term for pollen; extract from the cannabis plant.

Amyl Nitrite
Butyl Nitrite

Slang name for these inhalants, from the days when they came in glass ampoules and you had to pop them open

Pot

Cannabis

Generic slang for Cannabis

Psilocin

Magic Mushrooms

Active chemical in many Magic Mushrooms; a tryptamine

Psilocybin

Magic Mushrooms

Active chemical in many Magic Mushrooms; a tryptamine

Puff

Cannabis

Generic slang for Cannabis

Qat

Khat

Alternative spelling for Khat

Quaaludes American brand name for Methaqualone, also known as Mandrax

Red Seal

Cannabis

Form of Cannabis resin

Rhubarb and Custard

MDMA

Old school brand of Ecstasy

Rocks

Cocaine

Slang for crack Cocaine

Rocky

Cannabis

Old school name for form of Cannabis resin

Rohies

Rohypnol

Slang for rohypnol, brand name for Flunitrazepam, a form of Benzodiazepine. Associated with drug assisted sexual assaults

Rohypnol

Flunitrazepam

a form of Benzodiazepine. Associated with drug assisted sexual assaults

Rufies

Rohypnol

Slang for rohypnol, brand name for Flunitrazepam, a form of Benzodiazepines. Associated with drug assisted sexual assaults

Salvia

Salvia Divinorum

Plant from Central America which contains a drug that induces dreamlike states, hallucinations and, variously, calm, mild euphoria or anxiety. Plant material or extracts of plant material usually smoked.

Salvia Divinorum

Salvia

Plant from Central America which contains a drug that induces dreamlike states, hallucinations and, variously, calm, mild euphoria or anxiety. Plant material or extracts of plant material usually smoked.

Scopolamine

Datura
Thornapple
Tropanes

Chemical found in certain plants including Datura. From the tropane family. Has limited medical uses and is not popular as a recreational drug due to high toxicity and unpleasant side effects. Has been experimented with for its hallucinogenic and euphoric properties but most people steer clear of it.

Sensi

Cannabis

Short for sensimellia; derived from Spanish “sin semilla” meaning seed-free. Refers to female cannabis plants which have not been fertilised and so are seedless

Sensimellia

Cannabis

Derived from Spanish “sin semilla” meaning seed-free. Refers to female Cannabis plants which have not been fertilised and so are seedless

Shrooms

Magic Mushrooms

Slang for magic mushrooms

Skag

Heroin

Old-school slang for Heroin

Skunk

Cannabis

Term for hybridised high potency Cannabis plant, and the herbal cannabis cropped from it

Smack

Heroin

Old-school slang for Heroin

Snowball

Heroin
Cocaine

Slang for taking a combination of Heroin and Cocaine at the same time

Soap

Cannabis

Low grade Cannabis resin, cheap and heavily adulterated

Solvents

Volatile Substances

Compounds which are inhaled to get intoxicated off the hydrocarbons they contain

Somatropin

HGH

Form of Human growth hormone

Sparkle

MDAI
5,6-Methylenedioxy-2-aminoindane

An analogue of MDA and not currently (probably) covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act. Being offered by on-line retailers as a new “legal” high. Lack of evidence about actual products being sold, quality, or risks

Speed

Amphetamine

Slang forAmphetamine

Speedball

Heroin– speed
HeroinCocaine

Whilst a speedball was once an Amphetamine/Heroin combination, increasingly the term is used for Heroin/Cocaine combinations too

Spice

Cannabiinoids
Cannabis

Term for herbal smoking mixture sprayed with synthetic cannabinoids. Was legal until December 2009 when the various synthetics became class B drugs

Spliff

Cannabis

Slang for cannabis, and also for the rizzla/cannabis/tobacco construction for smoking it

Stanozol

Winstrol

An anabolic steroid

Stones

Cocaine

Slang for lumps of crack cocaine

STP

2-5-Dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine
DOM

A member of the Phenylethylamine family of drugs with stimulant and hallucinogenic properties.

Strawberries

LSD
MDMA

Old-school brands of LSD and later of Ectasy tablets

Subbies

Buprenorphine

Slang for Subutex

Suboxone

Buprenorphine
Naloxone

Branded tablet containing mixture of 4 parts Buprenorphine to one part opiate antagonist Naloxone. Early claims suggested it couldn’t be abused. They were wrong.

Subutex

Buprenorphine

Brand name for opiate—substitution medication containing Buprenorphine

Sulph Amphetamine Slang name for amphetamine sulphate

Tab

LSD
MDMA

Slang for small squares of LSD and also short for tablets, usually Ecstasy tablets

Temazepam

Benzodiazepine

Brand of Benzodiazepines

Temazzies

Temazepam

Short for Temazepam, brand of Benzodiazepines

Temgesics

Buprenorphine

Old school brand of tablet containing Buprenorphine and a popular drug of misuse in Scotland in the past.

Tetrahydrocannabinol

Cannabis

Longer name for the cannabinoid THC, one of the key psychoactive compounds in Cannabis

TFMPP

1-(3-Trifluoromethylphenyl)piperazine

Piperazine family; stimulant. Became Class C drug in 2009.

THC

Tetrahyrdocannabinol
Cannabis

Commonly used initials for one of the main psychoactive components in cannabis; a cannabinoid

Thebaine

Opiate
Heroin

A key component in opium; a painkiller. Used in the manufacture of etorphine and buprenorophine

Thornapple

Datura

Alternative name for a Datura plant.

Tina Methamphetamine slang

Tolly

Toluene
Volatile Substances

Slang for toluene, a volatile substance found in some glues and inhaled for its intoxicating effects

Trip

LSD
MDMA

Slang term for hallucinogenic drugs, especially LSD, and also for a hallucinogenic drug induced experience

Tropanes

Atropine
Hyoscamine
Scopolamine
Datura
Henbane
Mandrake

Family of organic compounds found in plants; tropanes can act as stimulants and hallucinogens; some have medical use. Cocaine is a tropane but it has a significantly different effect from most of the ones found in the Solanaceae family of plants (madrake, potato, deadly nightshade, datura) which are more hallucinogenic, toxic and cause more nausea and other unpleasant side effects.

Tryptamines

Bufotenin
DMT
Melatonin
5-MeO-DMT
Psilocybin
Psilocin
Serotonin
Tryptophan
AET
AMT
DALT
DET
DiPT
DPT
5-MeO-AMT
5-MeO-DALT
4-HO-DET
4-HO-DIPT
5-MeO-DIPT
4-HO-MiPT

Chemical substances that occur naturally in some plants, animals or fungi, or can be made synthetically. Are chemically similar in structure to the tryptamine serotonin which has important roles in human brain function. Tryptamine drugs often have hallucinogenic properties.

Vallies

Valium
Diazepam
Benzodiazepines

Slang for Valium, a brand name for the benzodiazepine diazepam

Vanilla Sky

MDPV

Short-lived slang name for MDPV; later changed to Ivory Wave

Substances which give off vapour at room temperature and can be inhaled for intoxicating effect. Includes some glues and butane gas

Wash

Cocaine

Slang for Cocaine reacted with an alkali to give a smokeable base

Weed

Cannabis

Slang for herbal Cannabis

White Lightning

Alcohol

Cheap low quality cider

White WIdow Cannabis
Skunk
Type of hybridised, high potency cannabis. A specific skunk hybrid.

Whizz

Amphetamine

Slang name

WIN 55,212-2

[2,3–Dihydro–5–methyl–3–(4–morpholinylmethyl)pyrrolo[1, 2, 3–de]–1,4–benzoxazin–6–yl]–1–naphthalenylmethanone

Synthetic cannabinoid  found in the smoking mixture Spice. Became a Class B drug in 2009.

Wobbly Eggs

Temazepam
Benzodiazepines

Slang for temazepam capsules which were eggshaped and made you wobbly, a Benzodiazepines

XTC

MDMA

Another slang name for Ecstasy

Yabba

Methamphetamine

Slang name for Methamphetamine, especially tablets of Methamphetamine sold in Asia, espec. Thailand

Yage Chacruna
Ayahuasca
Alternative name for south American plant which is used to make the hallucinogenic brew Ayahuasca

Yohimbine

Chemical found in certain African plants; has stimulant effects and some reputed aphrodisiac properties; controlled in UK under Medicines Act but laxly enforced. Used in some weight loss and body-building settings

Z-Drugs

Zopiclone

Family of sedative drugs similar in effects and risks to Benzodiazepines

Zero Zero

Cannabis

High quality Cannabis resin

Zimmers

Zopiclone

Family of sedative drugs similar in effects and risks to Benzodiazepines

Zopiclone

Z-drugs

Sedative drugs similar in effects and risks to Benzodiazepines

 

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