4 Deadly Cocktails You Should Just Say, “Nah, Yeah, Nah” To

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When the official word on drugs is “Just Say No!” there’s not a lot of readily available info about what drugs you definitely should not mix and match.

While this list is by no means all-inclusive, it will definitely let you know a couple of combos to avoid at all costs.

1. Benzocolada

Alcohol + benzos (e.g Valium, Xanax) = Bad news. This combo can cause profound depression of the respiratory, circulatory & nervous systems, which can lead to blackouts, unconsciousness, coma or even death. Plus, once affected, you won’t be able to keep track of your drug/alcohol use.

Why we hate it: You won’t even remember how you lost that tooth, but your mate who babysat you all night will.

Gold Coast Home Boy

Combining GHB with alcohol can lead to nausea, vomiting and unconsciousness and death, even at low-dose levels. Plus, it’s difficult to dose correctly, as it is highly potent with a steep dose-response curve. Basically, that means the difference between one dose and two is life and death.

Why we hate it: The high is just not worth the risk.

Rack & Stack

If you’re racking coke (or other stimulants) & stacking cans, watch out! Because alcohol & cocaine counteract each other’s effects, you won’t notice when you reach dangerous levels of each separate drug. Also: Google “cocaethylene”.

Why we hate it: You’ll think you’re the Wolf of Wall Street, but in reality you’re the chihuahua of Laneway.

Alphabet Soup

Combining MDMA with SSRI anti-depressants is not only a waste of money (hint: it will never kick in), but taking larger doses to feel the effects is hella dangerous. You can literally overdose while feeling sober. We’re talking shock, severe hypertension, stroke, and coma (within minutes).

Why we hate it: You deserve good mental health, and this will just make you feel bad.

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