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Drugs and their Definitions



The Law and Legal Ramifications

Cocaine - Where the Party Ends

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Our Culture and Drugs

"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny."
- Thomas Jefferson

  • Center For Cognitive Liberty and Ethics
    The Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (CCLE) is a nonprofit law and policy institute working to advance sustainable social policies that protect freedom of thought. We work to promote public awareness and legal recognition of cognitive liberty -- the right of each individual to think independently, to have decision-making authority over matters affecting his or her mind, and to engage in the full spectrum of possible thought.

  • The History of Drugs
  • Street Drugs
    This site is one of the most comprehensive sites on Street Drugs that I have been able to find. It lists the street drugs names, pictures of the various drugs, the legal consequences for possession,(the Controlled Substance Act) warning signs to look for in bahavior changes, and how we can change our behaviors.

    Please note:

  • MAPS
  • The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a membership-based non-profit research and educational organization. We assist scientists to design, fund, obtain approval for and report on studies into the healing and spiritual potentials of MDMA, psychedelic drugs and marijuana. MAPS's goal is to use the data generated from scientific research to develop these drugs into prescription medicines.

  • Ethno-Mycology Mushrooms:
  • the effect they have had on Humanity: Culturally, Religiously, and Philosophically.

  • The Holistic Path
  • The "Just Say No" approach to the drug problem is mindless and has corrupted our basic freedoms by clobbering the Bill Of Rights. There will be many years of acrimonious debate before we can identify even the trend towards a different solution but ever greater numbers of people today are realizing that our simple knee-jerk reactions and recipes are failing.

  • Center For Science In The Public Interest
  • The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a nonprofit education and advocacy organization that focuses on improving the safety and nutritional quality of our food supply and on reducing the carnage caused by alcoholic beverages. CSPI seeks to promote health through educating the public about nutrition and alcohol; it represents citizens1 interests before legislative, are used for the public1s good.

  • An Alternative Medicine Sampler
  • THE CONTEMPORARY DRUG USER: Everything you need to know -- but the U.S. government hopes you won't find out -- about drug-related legal and social issues, plus alternative medicine and homeopathic resources. Though we do not support drug abuse, we provide this resource because we oppose the loss of life or quality of life due to politically motivated misinformation surrounding the legal, social and medical risks of illegal drugs.

  • Why They Whine
  • Despite all of the industry's market research and focus groups, some ads work better than others. But in ultimate effect, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. "[T]he reason that commercials are particularly insidious is because there is a cumulative, a sedimentary building up," states Professor Herbert Schiller, author of Culture, Inc. "There is a growing base of these kinds of images, impressions, and ways of looking at the world... [which] will not help kids when they become teens, and adults, to grow up healthy."

    For information about the legal aspects of drugs in our culture, please refer to Legal Ramifications of Drugs in our Culture.

  • Ask Dr. Weil
  • "Ask Dr. Weil" is a rich resource on herbal medicines as well as a resource for asking Dr. Weil questions about health related issues and getting answers from Dr. Weil. It is also possible to subscribe to Dr. Weil's newsletter through this page.