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tzoni
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P.C.P. (Φαινσυκλιδίνη)

Συνθετική ουσία με ψυχότροπη δράση και παραισθησιογόνες ιδιότητες. Έχει κατασταλτική και διεγερτική δράση στο Κ.Ν.Σ., ανάλογα με την ιδιοσυγκρασία του χρήστη. Χρησιμοποιήθηκε ως αναισθητικό, αλλά εγκαταλείφθηκε λόγω της συχνής εμφάνισης συμπτωμάτων οξέως συνδρόμου που χαρακτηρίζεται από σύγχυση, αποπροσανατολισμό, διέγερση και γενικά συμπτώματα οξέως οργανικού εγκεφαλικού συνδρόμου.

Συντέθηκε για πρώτη φορά το 1956 από την Parke- Davis ως αναισθητικό. Δε χρησιμοποιήθηκε ποτέ, μετά την ανακάλυψη των ανεπιθύμητων συνεπειών του. Είναι εύκολα παρασκευάσιμο και με χαμηλό κόστος, και για αυτούς τους λόγους μπήκε γρήγορα στο παράνομο εμπόριο. Η χρήση του απέκτησε επιδημικές διαστάσεις στις δεκαετίες του ’70 και ’80.

Κυκλοφορεί σε χάπια, κάψουλες και χρωματιστή σκόνη. Πολλά άτομα το παίρνουν άθελά τους, μιας και χρησιμοποιείται στη μαριχουάνα, στο LSD και το έκταση. Συνήθως, λαμβάνεται από το στόμα ή τη μύτη, αλλά μπορεί να γίνει και ενέσιμο αν διαλυθεί.


Τι συμβαίνει όταν παίρνεις P.C.P.;

Η χρήση του προκαλεί ευφορία, αύξηση της θερμοκρασίας του σώματος, αίσθηση ευχάριστης απομόνωσης, ακουστικές και οπτικές ψευδαισθήσεις, αλλοιωμένη εικόνα σώματος, αλλοιωμένη αίσθηση του χρόνου και του χώρου, αποπροσανατολισμό της σκέψης, υπέρταση, νυσταγμό, δυσαρρυθμία, εφίδρωση, εκτεταμένη μείωση της απάντησης στον πόνο, πυρετό και ανακοπή.

Η επίδραση διαρκεί 4 έως 6 ώρες, αλλά τα συμπτώματα μπορεί να συνεχιστούν για αρκετές ημέρες. Την αμέσως επόμενη περίοδο από τη χρήση, μπορεί να παρουσιαστεί αυτοκαταστροφική ή βίαιη συμπεριφορά.

Οι τοξικές επιδράσεις μοιάζουν με αυτές του LSD, αλλά το PCP προκαλεί χαρακτηριστικές βίαιες και ψυχωσικές αντιδράσεις. Οι χρόνιοι χρήστες συχνά υποφέρουν από αποπροσανατολισμό, κενά μνήμης, προβλήματα στο λόγο.


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PCP History: PCP was developed in the 1950s as an intravenous anesthetic. Use of PCP in humans was discontinued in 1965, because it was found that patients often became agitated, delusional, and irrational while recovering from its anesthetic effects.

PCP is illegally manufactured in laboratories and is sold on the street by such names as "angel dust," "ozone," "wack," and "rocket fuel." "Killer joints" and "crystal supergrass" are names that refer to PCP combined with marijuana. The variety of street names for PCP reflects its bizarre and volatile effects.

PCP is a white crystalline powder that is readily soluble in water or alcohol. It has a distinctive bitter chemical taste. PCP can be mixed easily with dyes and turns up on the illicit drug market in a variety of tablets, capsules, and colored powders. It is normally used in one of three ways: snorted, smoked, or eaten. For smoking, PCP is often applied to a leafy material such as mint, parsley, oregano, or marijuana.

PCP Side Effects

At low to moderate doses, physiological effects of PCP include a slight increase in breathing rate and a more pronounced rise in blood pressure and pulse rate. Respiration becomes shallow, and flushing and profuse sweating occur. Generalized numbness of the extremities and muscular incoordination also may occur. Psychological effects include distinct changes in body awareness, similar to those associated with alcohol intoxication. Use of PCP among adolescents may interfere with hormones related to normal growth and development as well as with the learning process.

At high doses of PCP, there is a drop in blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiration. This may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, flicking up and down of the eyes, drooling, loss of balance, and dizziness. High doses of PCP can also cause seizures, coma, and death (though death more often results from accidental injury or suicide during PCP intoxication). Psychological effects at high doses include illusions and hallucinations. PCP can cause effects that mimic the full range of symptoms of schizophrenia, such as delusions, paranoia, disordered thinking, a sensation of distance from one's environment, and catatonia. Speech is often sparse and garbled.

People who use PCP for long periods report memory loss, difficulties with speech and thinking, depression, and weight loss. These symptoms can persist up to a year after cessation of PCP use. Mood disorders also have been reported. PCP has sedative effects, and interactions with other central nervous system depressants, such as alcohol and benzodiazepines, can lead to coma or accidental overdose.

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The first reports of the recreational use of PCP originated from the Haight-Ashbury District of San Francisco in 1967, the summer of love.

During this period of time, people in the area were primarily using psychedelic drugs. LSD was the most popular of these drugs and most people were looking for similar types of experiences.

PCP is a dissociative drug, which means that the mind feels separated from the body. This was very upsetting to some people who were expecting an LSD like experience.

Many people were so shocked at the way they felt after taking PCP that they panicked and had bad trips. As a result, the use of PCP was almost non existent in Haight-Ashbury District of San Francisco area within a year after its first use.

However, PCP was becoming available in other areas of the country and the number of case reports describing bad PCP experiences increased in other areas. Again usually because of bodily perception distortion.

All the hype and bad reports caught up with PCP, and by the end of the 1960s, experienced drug users were staying away from it. But in the early 1970s, the drug re-emerged, this time as a liquid and a crystalline powder and in tablet form.

The word was out on PCP and dealers were almost unable to give phencyclidine away under the PCP name. New names (angel dust being the most popular) and ways of distributing it were thought up.

Angel dust (white crystalline powder) was added to marijuana and originally sold as a potent new marijuana strain. Smoking angel dust was milder than taking PCP as a pill, and when smoked the effects were felt much faster.

Some people who tried the drug (knowing it as angel dust) liked it and continued to use it. Times had changed and people were looking for other types of drugs, besides psychedelics.

Angel dust gained popularity in the mid-late 1970's in many US cities. Popularity continued into the 1980's, but by the early 1990's PCP use was (and has continued to be) fairly low, when compared with other drugs.

PCP is fairly cheap to produce with a small market. It is the raw material used in many street drug swindles. PCP has been sold as THC, cannabinol, mescaline, psilocybin, LSD, amphetamine, cocaine, Hawaiian woodrose, and other psychedelics, or laced into low quality marijuana to make it appear to be more potent, and in non-psychoactive filler like parsley, tobacco, and talc.

In fact, in one study only 3 per cent of analyzed street drug samples that contained PCP were actually sold as PCP. THC, is the most frequent misrepresentation. This is why people usually have bad experiences on PCP. People were, and are taking a drug they were not expecting. A drug that can cause strange body feelings, that may be especially frightening when not expected.

A few of the other names PCP goes by includes angel dust (originally referred to a combination of heroin and cocaine), hog, elephant tranquilizer, killer weed, rocket fuel, squeeze, supergrass, and space base (when mixed with crack).


Positive effects of PCP, reported by some users:
--- increased sensitivity to outside stimuli
--- disassociation of mind and body
--- mood elevation
--- high or drunk feeling
--- relaxation
--- euphoria

Negative effects of PCP, reported by some users:
--- perceptual disturbances
--- restlessness
--- disorientation
--- anxiety
--- paranoia
--- irritability
--- confusion

Positive effects are usually reported at low and moderate doses. Negative effects become more pronounced as the dose increases. Doses of 80mg were administered to some patients prior to surgery (during the human medical testing stage of the drug).

Dose size is usually described in the following terms:
low dose - 0mg to 5mg
moderate dose - 6mg to 10mg
high dose - over 10mg
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TO PCP KYKLOFOREI KAI ME TIN ONOMASIA "AGGELOSKONI".
STO EKSWTERIKO SYNITHIZETAI I XRISI TOU APO OYKADES (O.Y.K),GIAYTO KAI OI PERISSOTEROI APO AYTOUS XAZEYOUN,VEVAIA ITAN KAI PRIN XAZOI.

KAI APO PROSWPIKI EMPEIRIA,SOU TETRAGWNIZEI TIN ORASI,DILADI OTAN EISAI KSENERWTOS KAI KOITAS MPROSTA VLEPEIS KAI LIGO STAPLGIA.OTAN EISAI YPO TIN EPIRIA PCP VLEPEIS MONO EYTHEIA.TA PRAGMATA GYRW SOU KINOUNTAI PIO GRIGORA KAI POTE MI TO PIEITE MITIA.
SOU KAIEI POLY TO ROUTHOUNI.KALITERA MESA SE XARTAKI ASIMI RIZLA.OTAN PIGA NA PIW TIN DEYTERI MITIA,TO EVLEPA PIO KONTA MOU KI ANARWTIOMOUNA:AFOU ROUFAW,GIATI DEN MPAINEI STI MITI,ENW AYTO ITAN KAMIA DEKARIA PONTOUS PIO PISW.TRELO KAPSIMO
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