Matching 1. prescribed for pain involving serious injury or surgery LSD 2. illegal derivative of morphine that is sold on the street as a


Matching 1. prescribed for pain involving serious injury or surgery LSD 2. illegal derivative of morphine that is sold on the street as a white powder morphine 3. naturally-occurring or synthetically-produced drugs that can cause hallucinations marijuana 4. can evoke feelings of terror and panic hallucinogens 5. causes user to experience a conscious dreamlike state carcinogens 6. cancer-causing agents that transform normal cells into cancer cells heroin

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    1. morphine

    2. heroin

    3. Hallucionens

    4. LSD

    5. marijuana

    6. carcinogens


    Morphine is an opioid analgesic medicine that has a potent effect on the treatment of very severe chronic or acute pain, such as post operative pain, pain caused by burns or serious diseases such as cancer and advanced osteoarthritis, for example.  This drug acts in the central nervous system.

    Heroin is a derived drug synthesized from morphine. It acts on specific brain receptors, causing a milder functioning of the nervous and respiratory system.  
    It has a potential to cause chemical and psychic dependence quite quickly, and thats why the commercialization was banned and is illegal. In the pure form is a white powder and is most often used for injection after heating. Its effects last approximately five hours, providing feelings of well-being, euphoria and pleasure; increased self-esteem and decreased discouragement, pain and anxiety.

    Hallucionogen is a group of drugs that acts on the brain and affects the senses, causing hallucinations (seeing, hearing, smelling, feeling or touching things that do not exist).  Some hallucinogens occur naturally in trees, vines, leaves and fungi (such as mushrooms). Others are made in laboratories by mixing different chemicals (like LSD). Drugs such as cannabis and ecstasy can also cause hallucinogenic effects when used in large doses.

    LSD is a powerful hallucinogen that can produce significant changes in perception, mood and thinking. Just a small amount is enough to cause visual hallucinations and distortion, an experience known as “trips”.  Sometimes the effects of hallucinogens are predominantly negative, which is common on first use: they are called “bad trips”. Effects include: extreme anxiety or fear; scary hallucinations; panic; afraid of losing control or going crazy and paranoid.

    Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) is a drug derived from a plant that despite having recreational use and damage to the body, this plant has components that have medicinal importance.

    Carcinogenics is any chemical, physical or biological agent that may cause cancer.   Examples of chemical carcinogens: substances in tobacco, certain chemical solvents, etc.  Cancer is the disordered growth of cells that invade tissues and organs.  Dividing rapidly, these cells tend to be very aggressive and uncontrollable, determining the formation of tumors, which can spread to other regions of the body.



    1.) Morphine
    2.) Heroin
    3.) Hallucinogens
    4.) LSD
    5.) Marijuana
    6.) Carcinogens
    Hope this helped!

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