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Crack addiction is growing in the UK. Crack is a powerful stimulant made from “cooking” cocaine. Crack is highly addictive and readily available in the UK causing a large Crack Addiction problem. Crack like cocaine is known to cause Cardiac problems as well as a string of other physical health issues. Crack is a highly addictive stimulant that can cause a catalogue of mental health problems and is renowned for being a “one hit addiction” drug.
Other names for Crack
Rocks, 24/7, Snow Rock, Raw and Grit to name a few. Due to the availability of Crack in the UK a huge rise in Crack Addiction has been seen in the country over recent years.
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Crack cocaine is the freebase form of cocaine that can be smoked. It may also be termed rock, base, or just crack; it is said to be the most addictive form of cocaine. Crack rocks offer a short but intense high to smokers. Crack appeared primarily in impoverished inner-city neighborhoods in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami in late 1984 and 1985 but quickly spread worldwide due to the large profits that could be made through selling it.
Crack Addiction Home Detox UK
At Home Detox UK we can offer you a safe and comfortable way to Detox from Crack addiction at home. We can offer a service which will include a 3-7 day detox programme that will reduce useage and physical cravings to nil over this time period.
Crack Addiction in the UK
The use of Crack and Cocaine amongst the British has risen dramatically over the past decade. This is largely due to the ease in availability, better purity and cheaper prices. Crack never caused the expected epidemic in the mid 80’s but has certainly got a hold in the UK drug scene. Crack is highly addictive and users tend to see a quick decline in behaviours.
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