The Pleasures of Cocaine conveys the impartial facts of the uses and abuses of cocaine. Without bias, many different aspects are covered: History, effects, uses, pleasures, dangers Avoiding abusive side effects Determining quality Substances used to cut coke and thier effects Testing for purity and removing impurities Improving appearance Inside look at dealing Cultivation of coca plants Coca leaf botany. Suggests reasons why young people become involved with drugs, describes the effects of drugs and alcohol on the human body, and shows how parents, the church, and the schools can help prevent drug abuse. These two volumes, part of a series, cover drugs, the sorts of crimes which drug use gives rise to, and the way in which the criminal justice system deals with those crimes. The social history of drug use is laid out and drugs as commodities with markets and outlets is also covered.
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On the other side of the cocaine high is the cocaine crash, and understanding how one follows the other can provide insight into the physiological effects of drug abuse. For decades, brain research has focused on the pleasurable effects of cocaine largely by studying the dopamine pathway. But this approach has left many questions unanswered. So the Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory BPL at UC Santa Barbara decided to take a different approach by examining the motivational systems that induce an animal to seek cocaine in the first place. The lab has been particularly active in the development and use of novel behavioral assays that provide a unique approach to the study of drug-behavior interactions. Together the two determine the net positive output that will lead to the motivated behavior.
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Cocaine is the second most popular illegal recreational drug in the United States behind marijuana ,  and the U. Calls for prohibition began long before the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act was passed by Congress in — a law requiring cocaine and narcotics to be dispensed only with a doctor's order. Cocaine became associated with laborers, youths, black people, and the urban underworld.