Illegal Drugs Visual Identification Chart: What the 28 Most Common Illegal Drugs Look Like & Their Effects on Users, by

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See what the 28 most common illegal drugs look like in this no-cost chart you can access immediately. You'll also learn the various street names each drug goes by, and find out how the drugs are administered and their effects on users. This is an important chart to review and pass on to parents, schools, and more!

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Knowing what the 28 most common illegal drugs look like, their effects on those that use them and how they are administered can benefit virtually everyone – especially parents, grandparents, teachers and school administrators, and anyone who cares for teens and children.

In the event that someone you know and/or care for is in possession of substances that look suspicious, or shows signs identified on the page accessible below that may suggest use of an illegal substance, being able to identify the effects and name the possible drug for those who could help can be critical.

Pass the chart on! Review's illegal drugs identification chart accessible below and pass this important resource on to parents, grandparents, school administrators and others who may find it useful.

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Information you will learn about the 28 most common drugs, include:

  • Photos of each drug
  • The various names each drug goes by
  • How the drugs are administered
  • What the drugs effects on users are
  • Other important drug insights

In addition to the illegal drug identification chart, we also encourage you to read (and pass on to parents and others):

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