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Recreational Drugs Test Kit

The energy patterns of amphetamine, cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, marijuana, methadone, nicotine, cotinine, etc.
14 vials.

Recreational Drugs Test Kit

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  • Detailed Description

    The energy patterns of amphetamine, cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, marijuana, methadone, nicotine, cotinine, etc. 14 vials for use by kinesiologists, chiropractors, Chinese medicine practitioners, EAV and NAET practitioners, etc.

    This test kit contains the energy patterns (homeopathic) of these drugs and not the substances themselves.

    RD1    Amphetamine
    Also called speed, uppers, bennies.
    A central nervous system stimulant. Short term effects: increases mental alertness and physical energy, decreases appetite, dryness of mouth. Depression and fatigue as drug wears off. At high doses: tremor, sweating, anxiety, headaches, palpitations and chest pains.

    RD2    Cannabis Resin
    see Marijuana.

    RD3    Cocaine
    Also called coke, crack, nose candy, snow.
    A central nervous system stimulant and local anaesthetic. Moderate doses: sense of well-being and elation, appetite reduced, increase in heart rate and blood pressure, tremors, sweating, dilation of pupils. Large doses: agitation, anxiety, hallucinations and paranoia.
    RD4    Dihydrocodeine
    A narcotic analgesic.

    RD5    Ecstasy
    A modification to the structure of amphetamines. In low doses: mental relaxation, tense muscles, increased sensitivity to stimuli and sometimes hallucinations. Higher doses: similar to amphetamines.

    RD6    Heroin
    Also called horse, junk, smack, scag, H.
    Central nervous system depressant. Short term effects: a feeling of well-being and contentment. Breathing and heart rate slowed; cough reflex inhibited.  Long term effects:  constipation reduced sexual drive, disruption of menstrual cycle, poor appetite. Often mixed with other substances. Highly addictive.

    RD7    LSD
    Also called lysergic acid, acid, haze.
    An hallucinogenic. Restlessness, dizziness, coldness and shivering, uncontrollable desire to laugh, distortion in perception of sound and vision. Can lead to lasting mental problems. Flashbacks can occur months or years after taking the drug.

    RD8    Magic Mushroom

    RD9    Marijuana
    Also known as cannabis, grass, pot, dope, weed, hash, ganja.
    A central nervous system depressant, hallucinogenic, anti-emetic (stops vomiting). Short term: feelings of relaxation, enhances visual and auditory perception, increases talkativeness, appetite stimulated. Impairment of short-term memory and problems with co-ordination.  Long-term effect: probably increases risk of lung disorders, may reduce fertility, may lead to apathy and lethargy.

    RD10    Mescaline/Peyote
    Also called cactus buttons, big chief. An hallucinogenic.
    Alters visual and auditory perception. Appetite reduced. Risk of unpleasant mental effects, particularly if person anxious or depressed. May also experience nausea and vomiting caused by other constituents in plant.

    RD11    Morphine Sulphate (controlled release)
    See Heroin.

    RD12    Methadone
    A narcotic used as an analgesic to ease heroin withdrawal. Can be addictive in its own right.

    RD13    Nicotine
    From cigarette smoke. Non-smokers are also exposed to this.

    RD14    Cotinine
    The breakdown product from nicotine. Nicotine is broken down into this in the body. Cotinine is highly addictive. Cotinine can be detected in the blood and urine of both smokers and children and adults exposed to cigarette smoke in their environment. Cotinine has been found in the breast milk of smokers too. Cotinine persists in the system longer than nicotine.

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