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Cocaine is a white powder. The active ingredient is cocaine hydrochloride, derived from the South American coca plant. It is a strong stimulant with a relatively short-lasting effect. Cocaine has been used for centuries.

Crack/free-base cocaine is the processed form of coke, which is smokable. It is often sold as white to brown crystals, packed in “pellets” (0.1 – 0.2 grams).

Delivery method

Snorting, swallowing, smoking (crack/free-base cocaine), booty bumping, slamming.

Physical effects

Increased blood pressure, heart rate and body temperature.

Desired effects

Dependent on dosage, delivery method and frequency.

  • Physical: high energy/strength, increased stamina, body numbness, reduced pain sensation, rougher sex techniques, delayed and prolonged orgasm, overcoming physical limits and pain stimuli.
  • Mental: increased sexual focus, hypersexuality, feeling physically strong, increased concentration, more alert, more confident, enhanced sexual arousal, overcoming sexual inhibitions.


Dependent on dosage, frequency and situation.

  • Physical: jaw clenching, teeth grinding, dehydration, dilated pupils, nausea, stomach ache, erectile dysfunction, chest pain, breathing problems, heart spasm, cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, seizure, internal or external bleeding.
  • Mental: insomnia, tactile hallucinations, irritability, compulsive use, anxiety and panic attacks, extreme fatigue, depression.

Long-term effects

Loss of appetite, severe weight loss, hardened veins, paranoia, restlessness, chronic depression, oxidative stress (accelerated ageing), physical deterioration, severe psychosis, mental dependence (this risk is higher with crack/free-base cocaine).


Tips for use

  • Have your cocaine tested freely and anonymously at a testing service near you. Coke is often adulterated, sometimes with the deworming drug levamisole.
  • Only use cocaine when you feel physically and mentally fit.
  • Users with weak hearts, weak blood vessels, high blood pressure, diabetes or epilepsy face additional health risks. Cocaine is bad for cardiovascular health.
  • Do not use it to combat fatigue or depressive feelings. These come back twice as hard after use.
  • Prevent infectious diseases. Have your own snorting tube, and never share it with others.
  • Afterwards, rinse your nose thoroughly with lukewarm salt water using a nasal spray or nasal douche.
  • Use in moderation. Keep track of how much you use. Make a clear agreement with yourself regarding the maximum amount you want to use during your sex date.
  • Participation in traffic is dangerous while under the influence of cocaine.
  • Help your body recover by eating well and resting..
  • Do not use cocaine if you are on medication or suffer from depression, anxiety attacks or psychosis.
  • Do not use during pregnancy. Cocaine is harmful to your unborn child.
  • If you are using free-base coke, remember that it cannot be injected.