Alcohol + Cocaine

Alcohol beer by Roberto Strauss
Alcohol beer by Roberto Strauss
Cocaine powder by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Cocaine powder by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

Medium confidence: We're pretty sure this risk rating is right, but we aren't certain.

Greater risk: Careful... This combination has a fair chance of harm.

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

“5 minutes after sniffing two large lines, I felt a wave of euphoria and my head cleared. I felt alert and happy. My motor skills improved and I was able to successfully mix another drink. My rate of drinking slowed as I did not feel the need for alcohol as strongly after a line of coke.” Erowid.

“my heart is racing and pounding in my ears, and I’m beginning to feel anxiety welling up in my chest. I tell myself to chill out and slam a giant crown and coke and I feel much better… My body feels tingly all over, like its zinging with energy.” Erowid.

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