basuco


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basuco

(bəˈsuːkəʊ)
n
(Recreational Drugs) a highly addictive drug consisting of low-grade cocaine mixed with coca paste and other substances, often cannabis
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Noun1.basuco - low-grade cocaine mixed with coca paste and cannabisbasuco - low-grade cocaine mixed with coca paste and cannabis
cocain, cocaine - a narcotic (alkaloid) extracted from coca leaves; used as a surface anesthetic or taken for pleasure; can become powerfully addictive
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Esta base de coca, o pasta de cocaina, posteriormente abastece el mercado del basuco" (McDermott, 2014).
There is insufficient data to determine current drug consumption trends within Venezuela, but marijuana is believed to be the most commonly consumed illicit drug, followed by crack cocaine and "basuco" (cocaine paste).
Alejandro Jadad, medico y anestesiologo de nuestra Universidad, quien desde sus primeros anos como estudiante realiza investigaciones sobre la pasta basica de cocaina (basuco), que para entonces iniciaba su comercializacion y consumo en Colombia, y con lo cual evidencio la capacidad investigativa de los estudiantes de pregrado.
Several men and women in my study pointed out that crack-cocaine evolved over several years of unpublicized and illicit experimentation with base-cocaine, also known as "freebase" (English) or basuco (Spanish).
Smells of psychoactive substances like basuco (cocaine paste), marihuana, and cigarettes and foods like fish, bread, fried foods, meat and chicken: dirty, filthy; I stunk because in the street you smell bad, you smell nasty (E28).
Its official name is basuco. And it is also called cocaine sulfate.
A relative low percentage (8%) reported other drugs use, which were mainly marijuana, powdered cocaine (perico) and paste cocaine (basuco).