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PCP can be an oil, liquid, powder, crystal or pill. The colour depends on what form the PCP is in and how pure it is. PCP can also be smoked if it is sprayed onto something that you can smoke, like tobacco , or because a cigarette has been dipped into liquid PCP this method is sometimes referred to as 'embalming fluid'. No method makes using PCP safe, but injecting, and sharing the equipment used for injecting, is particularly risky.
You might overdose or catch a virus such as HIV or hepatitis C. There is also the risk that veins may be damaged and that an abscess or blood clot may develop. Taking PCP can lead to a severe psychotic state. This is a mental condition that stops you from thinking clearly, telling the difference between reality and your imagination, and acting in a normal way. These states are temporary. Long term use of PCP has been reported to cause memory and cognitive problems, poor appetite and weight loss, depression, and a prolonged paranoid state of mind.
As with any drug, you can never be sure what you are taking and how you will react to it. In the past PCP has been found to be mixed with other substances, such as cocaine and ecstasy. Yes, you can become addicted to PCP. This means that regular users feel the need to keep taking PCP, in spite of the risks. Regular users can also develop tolerance to PCP, which means they need to take increasing amounts to get the same effects. Supplying someone else, even your friends, can get you life in prison, an unlimited fine or both.
Like drink-driving, driving when high is dangerous and illegal. If the police catch people supplying illegal drugs in a home, club, bar or hostel, they can potentially prosecute the landlord, club owner or any other person concerned in the management of the premises. If you or someone else needs urgent help after taking drugs or drinking, call for an ambulance.
Tell the crew everything you know. It could save their life. PCP An anaesthetic that can stop people feeling pain, but also cause hallucinations. How it looks, tastes and smells What does it look like? How do people take it?
PCP can be sniffed, swallowed or injected. How it feels How does it make you feel? It has a of effects: It can change how you see reality. The way you experience time may change, time may speed up or slow down. It might make you feel really happy and upbeat. It might make you feel very down, panicky and paranoid. Some people become more aggressive and violent. The risks Physical health risks PCP is an anaesthetic and was deed to stop people feeling pain during operations.
The physical health risks include: A loss of coordination and control. An increase in body temperature. Feeling detached from reality. Convulsions — when your body shakes violently without you meaning it to. Leading users to hurt themselves: some users have been known to cut themselves or commit suicide. Some, who are violent towards others, may do more harm because they feel less pain.
PCP can lead to convulsions, and cause your breathing to become shallow and slow, or even stop your lungs from working completely — which can result in death. PCP can cause anxiety and agitation. Mixing Is it dangerous to mix with other drugs? Addiction Can you get addicted? The law Class: A This is a Class A drug, which means it's illegal to have for yourself, give away or sell.
Possession can get you up to 7 years in prison, an unlimited fine or both. Concerned about A friend. What else to do in an emergency.Wht is pcp
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