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How To Identify A Cocaine Straw

Coke straws are paraphernalia used to snort cocaine. Cocaine straws may be made of metal or plastic and can be purchased online or made at home.

Cocaine is an addictive illegal drug that may be smoked, injected, or snorted. Powdered cocaine is typically white or off-white in color and can be snorted using a coke straw.

If you suspect a family member or friend may be abusing drugs, it can be a good idea to know how to identify cocaine paraphernalia.

What Does A Coke Straw Look Like?

A coke straw is a piece of equipment used to snort powdered cocaine through the nostril. It is typically in the form of a plastic or stainless steel metal tube.

While coke straws are small and can be concealed for discreet use, you may easily identify a coke straw if there’s a white powder residue on the tube.

Coke straws may be bought online or made from common household items including hollowed-out ink pens, cut-up plastic straws, or other small cylindrical objects.

How Is A Coke Straw Used?

There are several steps involved with using a coke straw. The first is procuring powdered cocaine from a drug dealer. Powdered coke may be stored in small vials or plastic baggies.

The powdered cocaine is then dosed out onto a small mirror. The substance is then organized into lines of powder to be snorted through the coke straw.

Next, a person will insert the coke straw into one of their nostrils and hold their other nostril shut while snorting the line of cocaine.

People with a cocaine addiction may need to snort multiple lines in order to feel the euphoric “rush” of the drug.

Treatment Options For Cocaine Addiction

Prolonged cocaine abuse can create a range of physical and psychological ailments, including potentially fatal drug overdose.

If you or a loved one are addicted to cocaine, an evidence-based drug rehab program can help you get on the path to sobriety.

Treatment programs for cocaine include:

  • medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for cocaine
  • cocaine detox programs to help manage cocaine withdrawal symptoms
  • group, individual, and family counseling
  • dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders
  • outpatient or residential treatment programs

Cocaine is extremely addictive, but with the assistance of a qualified healthcare provider, you can learn how to cope with addiction and lead a life free of cocaine use.

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