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5 Drugs That Get Nigerians High Far More Than Marijuana

 

The codeine culture is getting more intensed in north and in urban ranges of Southern Nigeria. It is the most loved medication of decision for some addicts in the nation. While the emphasis is appropriately on codeine, it ought to be said that there are different medications that are prevalent in the city and demolishing the lives of numerous Nigerians.

1) Tramadol

This drug is a painkiller that belongs to the opioid family. It is recommended for treating moderately severe pain. On the streets of Lagos and other parts of Nigeria, this drug has been abused. Many Nigerians are popping Tramadol pills daily. It is very addictive and can lead to both physical and psychological dependence. The side effects are nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, constipation, dizziness, constipation and others.

2) Rohypnol

Rohypnol

Pronounced as Refnol, this drug is extremely popular among drug dealers in the country. Rohypnol is illegal in the United States. The drug has a paralyzing effect. Other side effects of Rohypnol include slurred speech, lack of coordination, and loss of motor control. If taken in large doses, the user will roll on the ground, rolling his eyes and being incoherent.

3) Cocaine

Nigeria was initially a transit nation. South American drug cartels used Nigeria as a route to move cocaine into Europe. Nigeria is now a consumer nation, with some of its elite buying the expensive drug. Cocaine is one of the most notorious hard drugs in the world. Nigerians who sniff cocaine are usually from the elite class because of its expensive nature. It is highly addictive.

4) Synthetic Marijuana

Synthetic marijuana, also known as "Spice" or "Black Mamba" is sold in small colorful packs. Apart from the distinctive packaging, the contents look every bit like marijuana
Synthetic marijuana, also known as “Spice” or “Black Mamba” is sold in small colorful packs. Apart from the distinctive packaging, the contents look every bit like marijuana

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Known on the streets as black mamba, this relatively new drug is extremely dangerous. It is the total opposite of natural marijuana.  It is a collection of man-made chemicals that mimic the effect of marijuana and are sprayed on dried herbs or similar substances, wrapped in brightly coloured packs and sold as an alternative to marijuana that is both ‘legal’ and more potent. Also known as spice, the effects are said to be alarming.

5) Meth

The meth from the super lab in Asaba, Delta stateIn Nigeria’s drug world, meth is one of the drugs of choice among junkies. Also known as crystal meth, the effects include damaged blood vessels in the brain, irregular heartbeat and lung, kidney and liver damage.
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