Common cocaine additives include baking soda, boric acid, caffeine, creatine, laundry detergent, laxatives, or local anesthetics. More on the associated risks and dangers of cutting coke with these substances here.
Are you struggling with crack withdrawal? How can you address the symptoms? A brief review here.
Yes, crack is extremely hard to quit. Crack is a more concentrated form of powder cocaine and is highly addictive! We provide you with information about what to expect during crack withdrawal here. Plus, we’ll examine risky vs. safe ways of coming off crack. Finally, we invite your questions at the end.
Few drugs are as powerfully addictive as crack. If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction to crack cocaine, read on to learn more about rehab for crack.
Dive into the mind of the addict. First-hand insights featured here.
The best way to stop using crack is with medical supervision. But, what can you expect during crack rehab? We review here.
If you are physically dependent on crack cocaine, it doesn’t have to mean you are an addict…but you are playing with fire. Here is what physical addiction to crack looks like and how what you can do about it.
Treatment and rehabilitation options for crack addiction, with a full explanation of addiction as a brain disorder. Plus, learn how to help a loved one who is struggling.
The U.S. National Survey on Drug Use and Health has found that about 8.6 million citizens aged 12+ have admitted to using crack. But, what does the typical person using crack cocaine look like? This infographic is based on trusted governmental statistics and can answer your questions. Check it out!
Crack is super addictive! A 28 day stay in rehab is the bare minimum for most people. In fact, some patients may be asked to stay in rehabilitation programs for crack for 3 months, or more. Learn more about the factors that lead to rehab duration, here.