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Cocaine Rehabs & Detox by State

Cocaine Rehabs & Detox by State

Is Cocaine Only for the Rich?

Cocaine has a long history, but the drug started to become popular in the United States by the 1900s, within the silent film industry, and there were pro-cocaine messages coming from Hollywood; this was the time when cocaine was an ingredient in Coca-Cola. Between this time and the early 1920s, the US government was witnessing an increase in deaths caused by the drug, and cocaine was eventually banned. It was not until the 1970s when it emerged as a trendy drug within the entertainment industry and among the white-collar workers throughout American. There was a common misconception that cocaine kept people in the fast lane, and cocaine became the number-one illicit drug within the United States.

During the 1970s and early 1980s, cocaine was a rich person’s drugs, because of how much the drug cost, because of its popularity. It was not until the late 1980s and early 1990s that cocaine stopped being known as a drug choice for the wealthy; it became Americas most addictive drug, and crack cocaine was slowly being introduced, which was far cheaper than cocaine. Cocaine is a drug that is used by anyone who wants to use it, and is a devastating and destructive drug that will cause dangerous addictions, sometimes life-long problems. To this day, cocaine is still one of the most highly illegal and trafficked drugs throughout the world.

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