What Does Cocaine Look Like?
Cocaine is a drug classified as a stimulant, so when someone uses it, they may feel a rush of euphoria, a false sense of well-being, energy and in some cases people may also experience feelings of extreme anxiety or paranoia.
There are two forms of cocaine, which are hydrochloride salt and crack cocaine or freebase. Hydrochloride salt is powdered and dissolvable in water. Freebase is heated, and the vapors are inhaled.
In most cases, cocaine is white in color. Crack cocaine’s color can range from a clear or whitish color to an off-white or yellow color. More details about what cocaine looks like are provided below.
Cocaine is recreationally abused by people who want to stay up for long hours, and sometimes it’s even used by people to make them feel more productive so they can achieve more at school or work.
Despite how prevalent cocaine abuse is, that doesn’t mean that it’s not a dangerous illicit substance. The following provides an overview of cocaine powder and cocaine rock, including the effects of these drugs, as well as how to identify them.
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