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Drug Type: Ritalin

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STREET TERM DEFINITION
Crackers LSD; Talwin and ritalin combination is injected and produces an effect similar to the effect of heroin mixed with cocaine.
Hyper drug Ritalin
Hyper pill Ritalin
One and Ones Talwin and ritalin combination is injected and produces an effect similar to the effect of heroin mixed with cocaine.
Pharming Consuming a mixture of prescription substances
Poor man's heroin Talwin and ritalin combination is injected and produces an effect similar to the effect of heroin mixed with cocaine.
Ritz and Ts A combination of Ritalin and Talwin injected
Set Place where drugs are sold; Talwin and ritalin combination is injected and produces an effect similar to the effect of heroin mixed with cocaine.
Speedball Cocaine mixed with heroin; crack and heroin smoked together; methylphenidate (ritalin) mixed with heroin; amphetamine
Study drug Ritalin
Ts and Rits Talwin and ritalin combination is injected and produces an effect similar to the effect of heroin mixed with cocaine.
Ts and Rs Talwin and ritalin combination is injected and produces an effect similar to the effect of heroin mixed with cocaine.
Vitamin R Ritalin (methylphenidate)
West Coast Methylphenidate (ritalin)

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Last Updated: April 6, 2005



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