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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 LSD Stimulants Hallucinogens Depressants Cocaine Inhalants Heroin Ecstasy/Molly Peyote Amphetamine Speeds up heart rate Speeds up brain & causes a feeling of high energy "Other" Increased heart rate & affects blood pressure of types Elevates mood, increases of feeling of well-being, & increases alertness Increases heart rate & causes excessive sweating Classified as an opioid, but affects blood pressure & respiration Has properties of both a stimulant and hallucinogen; increases brain activity & energy, it also distorts sensory & time perception Methamphetamine Methylphenidate Slows down central nervous system, causes slurred speech, & lack of coordination Salvia Changes visual perceptions, mood & body sensations, feelings of detachment, & decreased ability to interact with surroundings K2 Spice drugs Oxcontin Classified as an opiate, which is a very strong painkiller & causes a very intense feeling of pleasure 12. Peyote 9. Amphetamine 8. LSD 10. Salvia 11. Inhalants 7. K2 Spice 6. Ecstasy/Molly 2. Methylphenidate 3. Heroin 4. Methamphetamine 5. Oxycontin 1. Cocaine Least Most Addictiveness Increases mood and alertness. PCP Distorts sight and sound, causes memory loss Changes perception & mood, causes hallucinations Marijuana Classified as a stimulant and a depressant. Decreases attention span and long-term memory.
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