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Drug Type: Inhalants

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Aimies Amphetamine; amyl nitrite
Air blast Inhalants
Ames Amyl nitrite
Amys Amyl nitrite
Aroma of men Isobutyl nitrite
Bagging Using inhalants
Bang Inhalants; to inject a drug
Bolt Amphetamine; isobutyl nitrite
Boppers Amyl nitrite
Bullet Isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Bullet bolt Inhalants
Buzz bomb Nitrous oxide
Climax Crack; heroin; isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Discorama Inhalants
Dusting Adding PCP, heroin, or another drug to marijuana; Using inhalants
Glading Using inhalant
Gluey One who sniffs or inhales glue
Hardware Isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Heart-on Inhalants
Hiagra in a bottle Inhalants
Highball Inhalants
Hippie crack Inhalants
Honey oil Ketamine; inhalants
Huff Inhalants
Huffer Inhalant abuser
Huffing To sniff an inhalant
Kick Inhalants; getting off a drug habit
Laughing gas Nitrous oxide
Locker room Isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Medusa Inhalants
Moon gas Inhalants
Oz Inhalants
Pearls Amyl nitrite
Poor man's pot Inhalants
Poppers Isobutyl nitrite; amyl nitrite; methamphetamine
Quicksilver Isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Rush Cocaine; isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Rush Snappers Isobutyl nitrite
Satan's secret Inhalants
Shoot the breeze Nitrous oxide
Snappers Isobutyl nitrite
Sniff To inhale cocaine; methcathinone; inhalants
Snort To inhale cocaine; powder cocaine; use inhalant
Snorting Using inhalant
Snotballs Rubber cement rolled into balls, burned and the fumes are inhaled
Spray Inhalants
Texas shoe shine Inhalants
Thrust Isobutyl nitrite; inhalants
Toliet water Inhalants
Tolly Toluene, chemical contained in many inhalants
Toncho Octane booster which is inhaled
Whippets Nitrous oxide
Whiteout Inhalants; isobutyl nitrite

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Last Updated: April 6, 2005

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