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Illustration of a human silhouette with highlighted organs, a broken methamphetamine molecule, and a clock depicting time. Various shades of blue are used for emphasis.

How Long Do Methamphetamines Stay in Your System

Introduction to Methamphetamines Imagine a substance so powerful that it can induce feelings of euphoria, increase energy…

Illustration of a clock merging with human brain, with various stages of crack cocaine effects represented in different colors, indicating the passage of time and the drug's impact.

How Long Does Crack Cocaine Stay in Your System?

Introduction to Crack Cocaine and Its Effects Crack cocaine, often simply called crack, is a potent derivative…

Illustration of a biological clock symbolizing the passage of time, surrounded by various human organs, including the brain and heart, all under the influence of a crack cocaine particle.

How Long Does Crack Stay in Your System?

Introduction to Crack Cocaine Crack cocaine, often simply known as crack, is a potent and highly addictive…

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How Long Does PCP Stay in Your System?

Introduction to PCP Phencyclidine, commonly known as PCP, is a substance that has gripped the corners of…

Illustration of a human brain highlighting the reward pathway, with symbols for dopamine and neurotransmitters, along with a chain symbolizing the cycle of addiction.

The Science of Addiction: Understanding the Brain’s Reward System

Introduction to the Brain’s Reward System Our brains are intricate networks of billions of neurons, each capable…