True account of a
True Account of a Cannabis Abuser
True Account of a Heroin Abuser
True Account of a Meth Abuser
Commonly Abused Drugs in Singapore
Marijuana, Pot, Grass, Joints, Ganja, Hashish, Weed
Cannabis comes from any part of a plant of the genus Cannabis. It can come in various forms – ‘loose’ cannabis leaves, compressed blocks, corn cob-shaped, oil, etc.
It contains THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) which affect one’s mood – causing euphoria, and also anxiety, disorientation or paranoia.
Cannabis can affect concentration and memory which weakens the abuser’s ability to learn.
Cannabis is classified as a Class A drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Possession or consumption of cannabis:
Illegal traffic, import or export of:
White, Smack, Junk, Powder, Putih, Medicine, Ubat
Heroin is a powerful and very addictive drug that comes in granular, powder or solution form. Heroin No. 4 is white in colour while Heroin No. 3 is more yellowish.
Heroin abusers feel dull and tired very easily. They cannot work properly as they are not able to concentrate.
"Chasing the Dragon", a common method of abuse used by Heroin abusers here, involves heating the Heroin powder and sniffing the fumes through a rolled note.
Possession or consumption of Heroin
'Ice', Glass, Crystal, Speed, 'Quartz', 'Ice Cream', 'Hirropon', 'Ya ba', Shabu or Syabu.
Methamphetamine in its crystallised form is known as methamphetamine hydrochloride. It usually comes in the form of a colourless and odourless crystal that resembles glass fragments or shiny blue-white "rocks" of various sizes. This explains
why it is more commonly known as 'Ice' in Singapore.
Methamphetamine also comes in tablet form. In this form, it is also known as 'Crazy Horse Pill' or 'Ya ba'. Most of the 'Ya ba' tablets found in Singapore are embossed with the 'WY' logo and are green or orange in colour.
Methamphetamine is highly addictive and is a strong stimulant. It has a very strong effect on the central nervous system.
Possession or consumption of methamphetamine:
Manufacture of methamphetamine or any salt of methamphetamine upon conviction is death.
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Event End Date: 01 Sep 2019
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Event End Date: 13 Jul 2019
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Event End Date: 26 Jun 2019
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Event End Date: 30 Jun 2019
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