Drugs Query…?

Question by skinny.minnie_x: Drugs query…?
I’m going to sound very naive now, but…

what’s the difference between coke, cocaine, crack, crack cocaine, speed..? Are the all the same drug, or are there differences?

Best answer:

Answer by Max
Coke is short for “cocaine.” Crack is cocaine that has been processed into a solid form (as opposed to powder) so that it may be smoked. Speed generally refers to amphetamines, like crystal meth, etc.

They are all stimulants and have the same effect on the body. The difference is how they are ingested, how they are obtained, cost, etc.

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