Cocaine is used alone just as often as it is used in along with other drugs. In fact, many use cocaine as a way to stay awake. More energy means more partying.

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Others use it to enhance the effects of other substances. Whether it’s smoked, snorted or injected, used in combination with other substances or alone, cocaine is a drug that goes by a variety of nicknames and street names. Below is a list of a few of the many terms used across the country to refer to cocaine.


For Cocaine

The slang terms for powdered cocaine are so numerous that it’s almost impossible to list them all here. Some of the most popular include:

Aunt or Aunt NoraBatman or Bazulco, HubbaBernice, Bernie, Bernie’s flakes or Bernie’s Gold DustBig bloke, Big C, Big flake, or Big rushC, C dust, C game, or Candy CBirdie Powder, Bouncing Powder, or Bolivian Marching PowderBlow, Stash, Girl, Snow, Star, Stardust, or She

The list goes on and on and varies across the country according to region.


For Crack

Crack is the small, rock-like form of cocaine combined with another hardening substance. Usually smoked in a glass pipe just large enough to accommodate it, crack is just as addictive as the powdered form of cocaine, and it has almost as many nicknames:


Base. Basing. Based out…basically the word freebase in any form describes the action of or the person who smokes crack, i.e., base crazies who search for coke or crack on their hands and knees or base heads who freebase.

Cocaine Drug Combinations

Just as there are a variety of drugs to combine with cocaine, so too are there a number of terms to define the process for street use purposes. Two popular combinations and their names include:

Marijuana Joint or Cigarette Sprinkled with Cocaine:


Terms for other drug combinations include:

Beam me up, Scottie, and Spaceball– cocaine or crack, and PCPWicky– cocaine, PCP and marijuanaShabu and Snow Seals– cocaine and methamphetamine or amphetamineWildcat– cocaine and methcathinoneBumping up– MDMA (ecstasy) and cocaineC & M– cocaine and morphineCandy flipping– LSD, cocaine and MDMAFlamethrowers– heroin, cocaine and tobaccoThe Five Way– heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, rohypnol, and alcohol

International

Most of the words listed below are Spanish in origin. Popularized in music and movies, you may hear these terms in your neighborhood whether or not Spanish is spoken any other time:


Basuco – Spanish word for cocaine or lacing a cigarette (marijuana or tobacco) with coke residueCoca – SpanishCabello – SpanishYeyo – SpanishTutti-frutti – Portuguese
Talco – SpanishPolvo Blanco – SpanishPerico – SpanishNieve – SpanishMujer – SpanishMonos – SpanishMa’a – Samoan for crack

Terms Associated with Use and Abuse

There are also a number of terms that describe using cocaine or those who use the drug.

Beiging – Altering cocaine chemically to make it look more pure.Break night – staying up all night on cocaine.Blast, blow blue, blow coke, blow smoke, booster – Inhaling cocaine.Body packer or mule – Person who swallows balloons of cocaine and other drugs to transport them undetected over the border.Gaffel, bunk, fleece, flex – Fake coke or crack.

Get Treatment at Skywood Recovery

If you or someone you know is suffering from cocaine addiction, Skywood can treat that addiction. We have a full Master’s-level staff, each one specializing in drug addiction treatment and the provision of an integrated program that combines alternative and traditional therapies.

A treatment program will be created that meets your specific needs. Even if your addiction is to more than just cocaine. If you would like more information about cocaine or the treatment available, contact us today at 269-280-4673.

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