Phencyclidine, or PCP, is a dissociative anesthetic. PCP has both hallucinogen and stimulant effects. Effects include feelings of sedation, euphoria, calmness, feelings of being "out of body," illusions and hallucinations, distorted sensory perceptions, and agitation.
It was developed and used as an anesthetic, then as veterinary anesthetic.
PCP is also known as Angel Dust, Killer Weed, Embalming Fluid, Rocket Fuel, Crystal, Wet, Water, Wack, Fry, Amp, Formaldehyde, Zoot, and Hog.
pcp is a tranqulizer
PCP is not administrated
PCP is phencyclidine.
PCP is phencyclidine, a dissociative.
PCP is illegal
Pcp was founded in 1959
believe it or not, the only chemical is the drug PCP is PCP, crazy right
Don't do PCP.
pcp is a tranquelizer
No, Lexapro contains escitalopram, not PCP.
Different kind of PCP. The drug PCP is a horse tranquilizer called Phencyclidine. The AIDS PCP is a disease called Pneumocystitis Carinii Pneumonia.
No, PCP is not considered an opiate. It is a dissociative anesthetic.
PCP will cause mostly hallucinations and dementia.
PCP Torpedo was created in 1998.
In football, PCP stands for point-counterpoint.
PCP refers to posted county price .
No, Venlafaxine is an SSRI (anti-depressant), not PCP (Phencyclidine).
Yes, PCP is a dangerous psychoactive drug.
pcp is a liquid. and its not candy. you dont drink it. u dip half a cigarette in pcp. and smoke the cigarette when it dries
The cast of PCP Easter - 2009 includes: Darren Herczeg as PCP User
PCP is considered a schedule II drug and is not legal in the US
Yes, PCP is a hallucinogen. It is known for its psychodelic effects on the brain.
No, PCP and crack cocaine are two different drugs.
you should not make PCP it is an illegal and illicit drug.
Not at all. PCP is a disassociative psychedelic where heroin is an opiate.