Why as a Parent you Need to Know the Street Name of Drugs

why as a parent you need to know the street name of drugs now

 Why as a Parent you Need to Know the Street Name of Drugs Now 

  •  Why as a Parent you Need to Know the Street Name of Drugs Now, because, many children particularly our adolescents listen to music that their parents don’t bother to listen to.  Some artist use curses and street names to sing about drugs. There are drug names that sound harmless and might not trigger a parent’s concern when heard ex. Charlie, Aunt Nora, cotton candy. Children like to emulate his/her heroes/heroines. There could be a risk of your child purchasing that drug that is being mentioned in a hit song. Sometimes our innocent youth don’t understand what the words mean but they find out. 

I was gonna clean my room until I got high/ I gonna get up and find the broom but then I got high/My room is still messed up and I know why (Yeah, hey!)/ Because I got high, because I got high, because I got high.  Artist Afroman

  • There has always been slang that youth used and adults didn’t understand. There is new slang with each generation.  Parents be aware when you hear your child speaking with peers. If you hear a word used that makes the sentence not make sense to you ask for an explanation then Google it. This is just one small task as a parent we need to take to keep our children safe. Don’t be ignorant of the language your child may be sharing with his/her peers. Don’t see it as intrusive better safe than sorry.  

This list is not all inclusive but it will help you raise your awareness. As more comes to our attention this list will be updated.

COCAINE

  1. Aunt Nora
  2. Bernice
  3. Binge
  4. Blow
  5. C
  6. Charlie
  7. Coke
  8. Dust
  9. Flake
  10. Mojo
  11. Nose candy
  12. Paradise
  13. Sneeze
  14. Sniff
  15. Snow
  16. Toot
  17. White

METHAMPHETAMINES

His name was Barrest Jeffries
They picked him up twice
For cooking up amphetamine
Now he’s on the tweek again
Drinking county prune
He doesn’t mind so much Artist Primus

  1. Meth
  2. Speed
  3. Uppers
  4. Chalk
  5. Crank
  6. Christina
  7. Go Fast
  8. Cookies
  9. Cotton candy
  10. Dunk
  11. Gak
  12. Go-go juice
  13. No  doze
  14. White cross
  15. Pookie
  16. Rocket fuel
  17. Scooby Snax
  18. Wash
  19. Trash
  20. Garbage

Why you should be afraid of Methamphetamines is a must read. This drug is no longer being produced in just rural areas. There may be a meth lab next door to you or one block over. 

Marijuana

  1.  Weed
  2.  Pot
  3.  Reefer
  4. Grass
  5. Dope
  6. Ganja
  7. Mary Jane
  8. Hash
  9. Herb
  10. Aunt Mary
  11. Skunk
  12. Boom
  13. Chronic
  14. Cheeba
  15. Blunt
  16. Ashes
  17. Atshitshi
  18. Baby Bhang
  19. Bammy
  20. Blanket
  21. Bo-Bo
  22. Bobo Bush
  23. Bomber
  24. Broccoli
  25. Cripple
  26. Dagga
  27. Dinkie Dow
  28. Ding
  29. Dona Juana 
  30. Juanita
  31. Flower
  32. Flower Tops
  33. Ganja
  34. Gasper
  35. Giggle Smoke
  36. Good Giggles
  37. Good Butt
  38. Hot Stick
  39. Jay
  40. Jolly Green
  41. Joy Smoke
  42. Joy Stick
  43. Roach

Medical Marijuana is an article you should read for further information regarding the legality of marijuana in your state.

Heroin
  1. Smack.
  2. Dope.
  3. Mud.
  4. Horse.
  5. Skag.
  6. Junk.
  7. H.
  8. Black tar.
  9. Black pearl.
  10. Brown sugar.
  11. Witch hazel.
  12. Birdie powder.
  13. Dragon.
  14. Hero
  15. White stuff.
  16. China white.
  17. Boy.
  18. Chiva.
  19. Mexican horse.
  20. Pluto.
  21. Skunk.
  22. Number 2.

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14 thoughts on “Why as a Parent you Need to Know the Street Name of Drugs

  • October 20, 2016 at 12:56 pm
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    It’s actually a great and helpful piece of info. I’m glad that you just shared this useful information with us. Please keep us up to date like this. Thank you for sharing.

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    • October 22, 2016 at 5:03 pm
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  • October 20, 2016 at 12:22 am
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  • October 17, 2016 at 4:38 pm
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    I got very lucky that my son doesn’t want anything to do with drugs or alcohol. This is a very helpful reference list for everyone, not just parents.

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    • October 18, 2016 at 6:23 pm
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      Hi Ruth, you and your family are blessed. Koodos to your son he must be very smart and he has great role models because peer pressure is tough to get through.

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  • October 16, 2016 at 4:13 pm
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    Hi Lydia,
    Wow this is a long list of names… it scary how easy is to get your hands on drugs now days
    and how many lives are wasted because of it.
    Thank you for sharing!

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    • October 16, 2016 at 8:35 pm
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      Hello Emi, yes it is scary but what scares me more is that still, too many parents are in denial about what is going on in their homes and communities. It is time for parents to stop measuring the quality of their parenting on the behaviors of their children. Get educated on substance abuse learn the signs and symptoms and be prepared. Thanks for your comment.

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  • October 7, 2016 at 12:43 am
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    Yeah, drugs have many names. But medical Marijuana does help. If they take the THC out and use the CDB part of the drug, it has many benefits.
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  • October 5, 2016 at 4:20 pm
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    WOW. What a list! My son is 20 and ever since he was 14 I have been in his face about drugs. Talking about it ever younger than that … now I’m in his face about drinking. Parents have to know these things. My son “hates” me for nagging, but I don’t see him indulging either … tough job being parents, and tough being a kid these days .. so much peer pressure. Eye opening to see all these words used … thanks!
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    • October 8, 2016 at 8:22 pm
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      Hey Lesly, It’s his job to find you annoying at his age lol. I remember being so upset with my parents but I would visit some friends whose parents were more liberal at first thinking they were cool. Then I saw just how much my friends got into trouble and was silently grateful that mine had a leash on me, but I was taking that thought to the grave. lol Thank you as always for being a supporter of ATN!

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  • October 4, 2016 at 1:28 pm
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    Hi Lydia, my friend was a parole officer and created a blog on drugs with helpful and informative posts, much like these. It is so important that we all take notice of what is happening around drugs, bless you for bringing these issues to everyone’s attention. The more people there are spreading information and advice the better chance young people will have of being helped and advised by adults who have some knowledge to give.

    Enjoy the journey!

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    • October 8, 2016 at 8:50 pm
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      Hi, Mandy you are correct with the knowledge we can help our youths and community. We can’t as parents and neighbors leave this problem to the health professionals and police. By then it can be too late. Prevention is the key and I am glad that the government is allocating more money to teach our children about drug abuse in our schools. If can would you mind give me the link to your friends’ blog I would like to introduce myself and talk about perhaps contributing to each other’s blog? Thanks for stopping by.

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