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Drug Identification Chart: Cocaine

Cannabis (Hash oil)
Cannabis
(Hash oil)
Cannabis (Hashish)
Cannabis
(Hashish)
Cannabis (Marihuana)
Cannabis
(Marihuana)
Cocaine (Crystals)
Cocaine
(Crystals)
Cocaine (Rocks)
Cocaine
(Rocks)
GHB
LSD (Blotting Paper)
LSD
(Blotting Paper)
LSD (Tablets)
LSD
(Tablets)
Methamphetamine (Crystals)
Methamphe tamine
(Crystals)
Methamphetamine (Powder)
Methamphetamine (Tablets)
Kétamine (Liquid)
Kétamine
(Liquid)
Kétamine (Powder)
Kétamine
(Powder)
Kétamine (Tablets)
Kétamine
(Tablets)
PCP (Powder)
PCP
(Powder)
PCP (Tablets)
PCP
(Tablets)

Cocaine (Crystalline)

Cocaine (Crystalline)

Description: Shiny, odourless crystalline powder resembling snow

Street Names: Coke, Coca, Coco, Snow, Powder, Charlie, Dust, Snowflake

Methods of Use: Snorted Injected

Category: Stimulant (Substance that activates the psychic functions by increasing wakefulness and general brain activity. By accelerating the thinking process, it makes the user more alert and energetic.)

Most Commonly Cited Effects: Euphoria, stimulation, insomnia, masks fatigue, loss of appetite and inhibitions

Detection Method: Dilated pupils, dehydration, chapped nostrils, bleeding, track marks, sniffling, dry mouth and lips, slurred speech Illusions, hallucinations, dreamlike

Appendices: I

Law and Offences: Controlled Drug and Substances Act – Possession: section 4(1) – Possession with intent to traffic: section 5(2) – Trafficking: section 5(1) – Import-Export: section 6(1) – Possession with intent to export: section 6(2) – Manufacturing: section 7(1)

Cocaine (Rocks)

Cocaine (Rocks)

Description: Small white or beige rocks

Street Names: Crack, Rock, Freebase

Methods of Use: Smoked

Category: Stimulant (Substance that activates the psychic functions by increasing wakefulness and general brain activity. By accelerating the thinking process, it makes the user more alert and energetic.)

Most Commonly Cited Effects: Same effects as powder cocaine, but faster and more intense

Detection Method: Dilated pupils, dehydration, chapped nostrils, bleeding, track marks, sniffling, dry mouth and lips, slurred speech Illusions, hallucinations, dreamlike

Appendices: I

Law and Offences: Controlled Drug and Substances Act – Possession: section 4(1) – Possession with intent to traffic: section 5(2) – Trafficking: section 5(1) – Import-Export: section 6(1) – Possession with intent to export: section 6(2) – Manufacturing: section 7(1)