Heroin has a very short half life – only about 8 minutes, so it doesn’t stay in the system long. Learn more about drug detection time for heroin in blood, urine, and hair here.
Crack can stay in your system for days to weeks after use. Chronic crack cocaine use can result in detectable levels in your system for weeks in urine, sweat, and saliva samples. More about crack’s detection time here.
Yes. You can die from taking acid. But deaths occur most often from complications after LSD use due to suicide, accidents, and dangerous behavior. More on dangers of taking acid here.
The severity and nature of Kratom withdrawal depend on a number of factors. 1. How long you’ve been taking Kratom. 2. The type of Kratom you use. 3. Previous mental health issues. 4. Personal pain tolerance. More on Kratom withdrawal here.
Family can support drug addicts in recovery. Mainly through encouragement and interest. Tips for family support for drug addicts here.
YES. You can die from Molly. In fact, accidental overdose is the most common cause of death on Molly. More on Molly risks and safety here.
Yes, like any form of marijuana, it’s possible to get addicted to hash. More on hashish addiction here.
Yes, you can become addicted to ketamine. Statistics and information about ketamine abuse and addiction here.
Kids do drugs because they do not love themselves. What can parents do about it? More here.
DXM addiction is unlikely, but some people report a craving for the drug. Facts on how you can get addicted to DXM here.