Resilience in behavioral health is the ability to bounce back from adversity and mental challenges. Individuals face different obstacles and require unique coping mechanisms. Consequently, people often resort to street drugs for various reasons. They might seek solace, escape, or a temporary high. However, the names used for these substances can differ. Some call them “drugs,” while others refer to them as “substances” or “illicit substances.” These terms may depend on the cultural or regional context. Moreover, there are street names specific to certain drugs, like “weed” for marijuana or “coke” for cocaine. Resilience is crucial in navigating behavioral health challenges, but understanding the terminology around street drugs is equally important for effective communication and prevention efforts. Contact Resilience Behavioral Health at 888.401.1179 if you think your loved one is struggling with some type of street drugs.
Marijuana Street Names
Here are some common street names for marijuana:
- Mary Jane
- Wacky Tobacky
These are just a few examples, as there are numerous slang terms used to refer to marijuana in different regions and subcultures. It’s important to note that the use of street names for drugs can vary and may change over time.
Cocaine Drug Street Names
Here are some common street names for cocaine:
- Nose candy
- Bolivian marching powder
Please note that street names for drugs can vary and change over time, and these are just a few examples of the terms used to refer to cocaine.
Heroin Drug Street Names
Here are some common street names for heroin:
- Black tar
- White lady
- China white
- Hell dust
- Big H
- White stuff
It’s important to remember that these are just a few examples of the street names used for heroin, and they may vary depending on the region and subculture. Street names for drugs can change and evolve over time as well.
Meth Drug Street Names
Benzo Drug Street Names
Here are some common street names for benzodiazepines (benzos):
- Blue footballs
- Sleeping pills
- Totem poles
- Roofies (referring to Rohypnol, a type of benzo)