Causing a physical or mental dependency on a substance that is very difficult to overcome.
An addictive social drug found in beer, wine, spirit ect.
A mild legal stimulant found in coffee, chocolate, ect.
A class B drug which is usually smoked, which some wish to be legalised.
Process of trying to beat addiction just by stopping talking drugs.
A substance which, when taken, affects the body or mind.
Drugs which are illegal to possess, sell or use, put into three classifications according to their potential harm and addictiveness.
Drugs that can be purchased legally. Some have age restrictions.
A drug which is used to help addicts beat addiction to heroin.
The addictive drug contained in tobacco.
Drugs freely available at a chemist, pharmacy or many shops including supermarkets.
Drugs taken to improve physical or mental capabilities.
Drugs legally obtained only with a doctor's consent.
A strong form of cannabis, which may have potential long-term mental health side effects.
Legal drugs which are still addictive, such as alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, ect.
Illegal drugs that are not believed by the users to lead to dependency or serious side-effects.
Some aerosoles, glue and gas lighter refills abused by sniffing, which can cause hallucinations and can be fatal.
Name given to people who choose not to drink alcohol.
Used in cigarettes and cigars, it conatins nicotine, an addictive social drug.