Uncommon Drugs

Kratom: It’s Legal, but is it Safe?

Kratom is a tropical deciduous and evergreen tree in the coffee family native to Southeast Asia in the Indochina and Malisia floristic regions.  Its leaves are used for medicinal properties.  It is psychoactive, and leaves are chewed to uplift mood and to treat health problems. Kratom is indigenous to Thailand yet it has been outlawed for […]
By |March 5th, 2014|Uncommon Drugs|0 Comments

The N-Bomb

Every few months it seems that a new drug becomes popular in the mainstream media. Usually, this is a result of hospitalizations and even deaths of those who chose to use the drug. Right now, a new hallucinogen is being sold across the USA. It’s called the N-bomb. It’s a synthetic drug that is similar […]
By |January 22nd, 2014|Drug Trends, Uncommon Drugs|Comments Off

Uncommon Drugs: Khat

There are many plants and fungi on our planet that, when consumed, can cause many different euphoric or mood altering affects. Some of these plants and fungi are well known in the west. Some of these plants /fungi are drugs like psychedelic mushrooms, marijuana, opium, and even coca leaves from South America. These drugs are […]
By |December 13th, 2013|Drug Trends, Uncommon Drugs|Comments Off

Peyote

There are many different substances in the world which, when taken by a human, can have mind-altering effects. Some of these substance are common drugs like cocaine, alcohol, and LSD. There are also uncommon substances from plants, fungi, and even animals which can produce the same effects as the more common street drugs. In the past, […]
By |December 3rd, 2013|Drug Trends, Uncommon Drugs|Comments Off

Krokodil

Note: Krokodil causes extreme skin disfigurements which may be disturbing for some people. There are no pictures of krokodil users in this post. Every couple of years there is a new drug trend which grows and grows until it’s picked up by the mainstream media. Krokodil (pronounced like crocodile) is one of these drugs – it’s […]
By |October 21st, 2013|Addiction, Drug Trends, Uncommon Drugs|Comments Off