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Mixing Benzos and Cocaine – Is it Safe?

Cocaine is a dangerously addictive drug that acts as a stimulant, increasing heart rate and blood pressure, raising body temperature, helping to keep a person awake, and heightening alertness, focus, and...

Should I Mix Valium and Alcohol?

A vast majority of the American adult population has consumed alcohol at some point. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) publishes that as of the 2015 National Survey on...

The Effects of Mixing Marijuana and Ecstasy

Polydrug use involves the concurrent ingestion of more than one intoxicating substance. There are several reasons this may occur: to increase the high of one or more drugs, to reduce unwanted...

Illicit Drugs Mixed with Fentanyl

Around 50-100 times more potent than morphine, fentanyl is a powerful and dangerous opioid drug that is manufactured both licitly as a pain reliever and illicitly, when synthesized as a recreational...

Mixing Adderall and Alcohol

When taking any medication, it is vital to know any potential side effects or negative reactions with foods, other medications, or substances. Some medications explicitly indicate it is not appropriate...

The Dangers of Mixing Drugs

Mixing drugs is risky for several reasons. In general, mixing drugs: Can result in enhancing the effects of both, or all, drugs: For example, mixing two different drugs that both depress...

Dangers of Mixing Xanax and Alcohol

Xanax Xanax, also known by its generic name alprazolam, is a short-acting tranquilizer in the family of benzodiazepines. It is one of the most commonly prescribed, and therefore easily accessible, medications...

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