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Crack cocaine is a highly addictive, smokable form of cocaine made by processing cocaine hydrochloride with a weak base, such as baking soda or ammonia.

Description: Crack cocaine appears as small, off-white to white rocks or crystals. It is typically smoked using a glass pipe, producing an immediate, intense euphoric high that lasts 5-10 minutes. The rapid onset and short duration of effects often lead users to compulsively re-dose, making crack cocaine highly addictive.

When smoked, crack cocaine is absorbed rapidly into the bloodstream through the lungs, producing a faster and more intense high compared to snorting cocaine hydrochloride. The effects include extreme euphoria, increased energy and alertness, decreased appetite, and a heightened sense of confidence.

Crack cocaine use is associated with various health risks, including cardiovascular problems, respiratory issues, neurological effects, and severe psychological addiction. Long-term use can lead to tooth decay, skin lesions, and cognitive impairment. Withdrawal symptoms may include depression, fatigue, and intense cravings.

Crack cocaine is classified as a Schedule II controlled substance in the United States, indicating a high potential for abuse and severe psychological or physical dependence.

Crack Cocaine and Drug Testing: Crack cocaine and its metabolites can be detected in various drug tests, with detection times similar to powdered cocaine:

The primary metabolite of crack cocaine, benzoylecgonine, is often the target of drug tests as it remains detectable in urine for a longer period compared to cocaine itself.