The Streetdrugs organization is positioned to assist government efforts to advance drug and alcohol education not only in America, but around the world. Our primary mission is to reduce the impact of drug abuse from one end of the globe to the other.
The publications we produce are based on scientific research from Universities and government organizations. For instance, Medical Marijuana is taking hold across America. Many herbs and supplements have not been thoroughly tested, and safety and effectiveness may not be proven. Editable products containing THC or CBDs may be made differently, with variable ingredients, even within the same brand. Caution is advised, but some of the data is promising.
E-inhalers, similar to E-cigarettes are increasingly popular battery-operated devices marketed as a safer alternative to smoking conventional marijuana joints. They remove the chemicals and tar or other chemicals produced by burning marijuana leaves. See our new Medical Marijuana Booklet (Available Jan. 2014).
New drugs and drug use trends often burst on the scene rapidly. Law enforcement organizations and researchers in major metropolitan areas across the United States, Europe, Canada, Australia and elsewhere prepare reports with data on emerging trends and patterns in drug use.
E-cigarettes are increasingly popular battery-operated devices marketed as a safer alternative to smoking conventional cigarettes. They produce flavored nicotine aerosol that looks and feels like tobacco smoke but without the tar or other chemicals produced by burning tobacco leaves. However, while e-cigarettes do not produce tobacco smoke, it is still unclear how safe they are. They still deliver nicotine, which is a highly addictive drug. Also, vapor from some e-cigarette products has been found to contain known carcinogens and toxic chemicals. Until more studies are conducted, there is no way of knowing what the health consequences of repeated exposure to these chemicals may be, whether e-cigarettes are any safer than conventional cigarettes, or if they are useful to help a person quit smoking.
The Streetdrugs organization is a leading drug and alcohol training company created in 1998. The primary goal of the organization is to promote drug education and a healthy life style. The Streetdrugs organization uses the research resources from NIDA, SAMSHA, CDC and other government and university studies to bring you the latest information available regarding both legal prescription and illegal street drugs. These organizations conduct research that strives to identify the factors that put people at increased risk of drug abuse. Hopefully, the results of these studies will lead to more effective counterstrategies, particularly to prevent young people from ever using drugs in the first place.
The Drug Identification Guide is a comprehensive publication filled with 96 pages of high-resolution photographic images of legally prescribed prescription and illegal street drugs like heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine and the latest information and drug trends. .
This new 196 page book is filled with over 2000 High-Resolution photographs covering all commonly abused street drugs today including K2, Spice and chocolate covered psilocybin. View the Guide here
This educational CD will take the user through all of the major categories of illegal substances as well as other drugs of concern including alcohol, tobacco, steroids, K2 or SPICE, Bath Salts and prescribed and over-the-counter medications. View the Guide here
The Streetdrugs organization provides current information and images of prescription and illegal street drugs and their negative health effects. The information comes in the form of brochures, books, CDs, and DVDs. The information is distributed by law enforcement agencies, the National Guard, schools, universities and many other government and non-government organizations.