D.A.R.E aka Drugs Are Responsibly Entertaining


Most Popular Drugs


What is it? Heroin is an opiate processed directly from the extracts of the opium poppy.

Looks Like: Rocks

Effects: In your blood it converts into morphine, which mimics the action of endorphins, creating a sense of well-being described as an “orgasm” centered in the gut.

Lasts for: a few hours

Sexy Time: Sexual interest and pleasure amplified.

Side Effects: Extremely addictive, occasional destroyer of lives


What is it? Cocaine is a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant.

Looks Like: White rocks, broken down to powder substance.

Lasts for : 20 minutes to several hours, depending upon the dosage, purity, and how you do it.

Effects:  Hyperactivity, restlessness, increased blood pressure, increased heart rate, decreased appetite and euphoria. Sometimes followed by feelings of discomfort and depression and a craving to experience the drug again.

Sexy Time:  Sexual interest and pleasure amplified, but watch out for coke dick.

Side Effects:  Twitching, paranoia, increased heart rate, and impotence.


What Is It? Powerful anaesthetic drug with medical uses.

Looks like: Usually sold as a white crystalline powder or tablet.

Effects: Painkilling effects as well as altering perception. Low dose users might feel euphoric, and higher dose users might hallucinate.

Sexy Time:  Sexual interest and pleasure amplified.

Side Effects: Numbness and unexpected muscle movements as well as feeling sick. Large doses can lead to unconsciousness aka K-Hole.



What Is It? Meth or ice, is a psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. Triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin.

Looks Like: Crystalized rocks

Effects: Euphoria and excitement, it is prone to abuse and addiction.

Sexy Time:  Limited Effect.

Side Effects: Users may become obsessed or perform repetitive tasks such as cleaning, hand-washing, or assembling and disassembling objects. Withdrawal offers excessive sleeping, eating and depression-like symptoms, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving.



What Is It? A semisynthetic psychedelic drug of the tryptamine family. A tool in use to supplement various types of exercises for transcendence including in meditation, psychonautics, and illegal psychedelic psychotherapy. 

Looks Like: Paper, Drops

Sexy Time:  Sexual interest intensified.

Lasts For: 5 to 10 hours.

Effects: Psychological effects (colloquially called a “trip”) vary greatly from person to person, depending on factors such as previous experiences, state of mind and environment, as well as dose strength. 

Side Effects: Hallucinations. Changes in their personality and life perspective. 



What Is It? A semisynthetic psychedelic entactogen of the phenethylamine family.

Looks Like: Crystals, Rocks

Effects: An increased awareness of the senses, feelings of openness, euphoria, empathy, love,happiness, heightened self-awareness, feeling of mental clarity and an increased appreciation of music and movement.

Last for: 3 to 5 hours.

Side Effects: Tactile sensations are enhanced for some users, making physical contact with others more pleasurable. Other side effects, such as jaw clenching and elevated pulse, are common. 



What Is It? Fungi that contain the psychedelic substances psilocybin and psilocin, and occasionally other psychoactive tryptamines. 

Looks Like: Mushrooms, duh.

Effects: When psilocybin is ingested, it is broken down to produce psilocin, which is responsible for the hallucinogenic effects. 

Lasts for: 3 to 7 hours

Side Effects: Visions and revelations may be experienced, and the effect can range from exhilarating to distressing. There can be also a total absence of effects, even with large doses.

The Ultimate Party Foul

Most overdoses are caused by mixing drugs.

Poly-drug poisonings are the cause of 90% of overdoses, usually from mixing heroin with another drug including alcohol or benzos.

Just cause you mixed once, doesn’t mean you should mix again. The amount and source of the drug has a lot to do with it’s effect the next time you mix, so try to stick with one drug of choice rather than attempting to combo. Or go with safer mixes like weed and opiates, weed and alcohol, or weed and just about anything else. Basically, smoke weed.

If you are mixing, don’t do it alone and have a friend with Narcan (naloxone) nearby. Narcan can reverse an overdose even when mixing as long as one of the other drugs involved is an opiate.


Factors which can fuck up your high and lead you to that after hours in the sky.

  • A high dose
  • The speed of entry
  • Individual sensitivity
  • Chronic/repeated use
  • Interaction with impurities in the drugs
  • Interaction with other drugs, including alcohol
  • Interaction with pre-existing conditions (mental or physical)
  • Indirectly due to drug
  • Current mental or physical state
  • Withdrawal or “come-down”
  • Accompanying drug lifestyle

The Perfect Come-down Cocktail

Omega 3 fatty acids 1000 mg, “fish oil” (DHA is brain food / EPA is anti-inflammatory)

Probiotics – enhance reproduction of NTs

Vitamin D3 2000 IU and 5-HTP 100 mg – required for serotonin production

Magnesium 200 mg – DNA repair enzymes

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Medical Marijuana in NYC. What to know.

Marijuana has been decriminalized in New York. Less than 25 grams means your getting a ticket and no jail time.

Currently approved diagnoses for medical: cancer, HIV/AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury with spasticity, epilepsy, inflammatory bowel disease, neuropathy an d Huntington’s disease.

How to Test Your Drugs

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