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Opium
Dont Do Drugs
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M.S
Mister Blue
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Miss Emma
GodsDrug
FirstLine
Emma
Monkey
Morph

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Word Search

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heroin
codeine
morphine
opium
analgesic
narcotics
anticonvulsant
benzodiazepines
barbiturate
hypnotic
sedative
sedative hypnotic
hallucination
caffeinism
caffeine
ADHD
methylphenidate
bronchodilator
decongestant
ephedrine
methcathinone
ice
methamphetamines
Lookalike drug
Amphetamines
Crack
Cocaine
Stimulants
Illegal Drug Use
Controlled Drug

Narcotics/Opiates Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Drugs derived from the opium plant Opiates
Side affect that usually results in vomiting Nausea
Obtainable only by perscription Narcotics
When you take too much of a drug Overdose
Tired and always tired Drowsiness
Affects opioids oxycodone
When you can't stop taking something Addiction
When your brain is used to drug and depends on it Tolerance
Strong narcotic only used in emergencies Morphine
Sometimes used as a cough suppressant heroin
Inability to poop; difficulty emptying bowels Constipation
Incurable disease able to be supressed HIV
Result of overdosing/addiction to drug Death
Lack of understanding; uncertainty Confusion
Reduces withdrawal symptoms in people addicted to heroin or other narcotic drugs Methadone

Drugs, Addiction, and Substance Use/Abuse Crossword

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When a drug user can't stop taking a drug even if he wants to Addiction
overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs. Substance Abuse
any time someone consumes alcohol or drugs Substance Use
opiate processed directly from the extracts of the opium poppy. Heroin
a potent central nervous system stimulant cocaine
popularly shortened to meth or ice, is a psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug Methamphetamime
Arguably the most regarded of all psychedelics, it is considered mainly as a recreational drug, and an entheogen LSD
semisynthetic psychedelic entactogen of the phenethylamine family that is much less visual with more stimulant-like effects. Ecstasy
resinous narcotic formed from the latex released by lacerating (or “scoring”) the immature seed pods of opium poppies Opium
the dried leaves and female flowers of the hemp plant, used in cigarette form as a narcotic or hallucinogen. Marijuana
dissociative drug formerly used as an anesthetic agent, exhibiting hallucinogenic and neurotoxic effects PCP

Substance Abuse Word Search

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alcohol
amphetamines
anxiety
bariturates
caffeine
cannabinoids
cocaine
codeine
deppresants
escape
euphoria
hallucination
hallucinogens
hash
herion
inhaiants
isd
marcotics
marijuana
methamphetamine
morphine
nicotine
opium
pcp
psyilocybin
relaxation
ritalin
stimulants
tranquilizers

TYPES OF DRUGS Word Search

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GHB
QUAALUDE
OXYCODONE
BENZODIAZEPINES
BARBITURATES
JOINTS
HASHISH
SNUFF
CIGARETTES
WHIPPETS
LSD
RITALIN
INHALANTS
NICOTINE
ECSTASY
ROHYPNOL
XANAX
VALIUM
SPICE
PCP
KETAMINE
OPIUM
MORPHINE
HEROIN
CODEINE
METHAMPHETAMINE
COCAINE
CRACK
MARIJUANA
ALCOHOL

Forensic Science- DRUGS Crossword

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Description

as a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other higher order animals drug
analgesics, meaning they relieve pain by a depressing action on the central nervous system. Narcotic drugs
readily extracted from opium and is used to synthesize heroin. Morphine
produces a “high” that is accompanied by drowsiness and a sense of well-being that generally last for three to four hours. Heroin
is usually prepared synthetically from morphine. Codeine
derived from opium or morphine, but does have the same physiological effects on the body as do opium narcotics. OxyContin
appears to eliminate the addict’s desire for heroin while producing minimal side effects Methadone
cause marked changes in normal thought processes, perceptions, and moods. Hallucinogens
the most controversial drug in this class because its long-term effects on health are still largely unknown Marijuana
The chemical substance largely responsible for the hallucinogenic properties of marijuana is known as THC
synthesized from lysergic acid, and can cause hallucinations that can last for 12 hours. LSD
is often synthesized in clandestine laboratories and is often smoked, ingested, sniffed PCP
often mixed with other drugs, such as LSD, or amphetamine, and is sold as a powder Phencyclidine
substances used to depress the functions of the central nervous system. Depressants
enters the body’s bloodstream and quickly travels to the brain, where it acts to suppress the brain’s control of thought processes and muscle coordination. Alcohol
normally taken orally and create a feeling of well-being, relax the body, and produce sleep. Barbiturates
produce a relaxing tranquility without impairment of high-thinking faculties or inducing sleep. Tranquilizers
substances taken to increase alertness or activity, followed by a decrease in fatigue and a loss of appetite. Stimulants
injected intravenously, cause an initial “rush,” followed by an intense feeling of pleasure. Amphetamine
extracted from the leaves of Erythroxylin coca, causes increased alertness and vigor, accompanied by the suppression of hunger, fatigue, and boredom Cocaine
cocaine mixed with baking soda and water, then heated Crack
central nervous system depressants that are often connected with drug-facilitated sexual assault, rape, and robbery. GHB and Rohypnol
enhances self-awareness and decreases inhibitions, however, seizures, muscle breakdown, stroke, kidney failure, and cardiovascular system failure often accompany chronic abuse Ecstasy
primarily used as a veterinary animal anesthetic that in humans causes euphoria and hallucinations. Ketamine
often abused by individuals who are interested in accelerating muscle growth anabolic steroids
drugs have a high potential for abuse and have no currently accepted medical use such as heroin, marijuana, methaqualone, and LSD. Schedule I
drugs have a high potential for abuse and have medical use with severe restrictions such as cocaine, PCP, and most amphetamine and barbiturate prescriptions Schedule II
drugs have less potential for abuse and a currently accepted medical use such as all barbiturate prescriptions not covered under Schedule II, such as codeine and anabolic steroids. Schedule III
drugs have a low potential for abuse and have a current medical use such as darvon, phenobarbital, and some tranquilizers such as diazepam (valium) and chlordiazepoxide (librium). Schedule IV
drugs must show low abuse potential and have medical use such as opiate drug mixtures that contain nonnarcotic medicinal ingredients. Schedule V

Opioid Crossword!

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the active ingredient in Opium? Morphium
How are prescription opioids taken? Orally
It is cheaper to be addicted to opioids than what? Alcohol
What are the ways a person can use opium? (1 of 3) Sniff
What are the types of dependence that could be concerning regarding opium? (1 of 2) Physical
What are drugs that block the action of morphine, heroin, and other opioids? Antagonists
What are the types of dependence that could be concerning regarding opium? (2 of 2) Psychological
A raw plant-like substance containing morphine and codeine. Opium
What are the ways a person can use opium? (3 of 3) Injection
Heroin was marketed as a ________ suppressant? Cough
Rockefeller drug law created a minimum sentence of how many years? Fifteen
What was banned in 1644? Tobacco
What are the ways a person can use opium? (2 of 3) Smoke
Opium wars in 1839 were between Britain and who? China
Where does the majority of heroin come from other than Mexico? Afghanistan
7.3% of the population uses what for relief? Marijuana
Where did the form of opium black tar come from? Mexico

Drugs/Alcohol/Tobacco Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The non-addicting chemical in Marijuana (abbreviation). THC
The addicting chemical located in tobacco. NICOTINE
Must be 21 years old to purchase, consume, and/or possess. Alcohol
A nickname for ECSTACY. Molly
The most common way to consume ALCOHOL. Drink
The name of the plant that HEROIN and morphine based prescription drugs comes from. Opium
The most common way to consume COCAINE. Snort
A common way to consume TOBACCO in a non-smoking form. Chew
A more modern way to consume NICOTINE, THC, or CAFFEINE. Vaping
A category of a drug that slows down a person's nervous system when consumed. Depressant
A category of a drug that speeds up the nervous system when a drug is consumed Stimulant
A brain disease
When someone continues to use a drug despite understanding the consequences. ADDICTION
A group of severe symptoms (vomiting, sweating, anxiety) that occurs after abruptly stopping drug use. Withdrawal
The refillable part (where the drug is located) of a "Vape" Pen. Cartridge
A drug that is taken for a rapid increase in muscle growth. Steroids

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Word Search

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tobacco
inhalant
PCP
LSD
hallucinogen
tranquilizer
barbituates
CNS depressant
cocaine
methamphetamine
crack
binge
amphetamine
stimulant
heroin
oxycontin
euphoria
opium
narcotics
steroids
rohypnol
ecstasy
amnesia
THC
marijuana
abuse
tolerance
drug
cardiovascular
bronchi
tar
addictive
nicotine
malnutrition
intoxication
depressant
alcohol

Ethics Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

Family or relations kin
mother mom
ML _ _ _ _ King
quality of being hones; strong moral principles integrity
moral principles that govern a person's behavior ethics
drug with morphine effects, derived from opium opiates
principles of right and wrong behavior moral
written examination of person's knowledge test
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA
Indian lawyer, leader against the British rule of India Ghandi
flight from police lam
recent terrorist attack in Spanish city Barcelona
_ _ _ _ _ gender trans
Alcoholics Anonymous AA
a legal process; a lawsuit action
immoral act against divine law sin
Freedom of speech is included in the First _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ amendment
bath with underwater jets jacuzzi
serious disagreements conflicts
worker who crosses picket line scab
slang word for a police officer cop
freedom of _ _ _ _ _ _ Speech
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