PCP Detox and Rehab Treatment

What is PCP

PCP is classified as hallucinogens, stimulants that affect all the senses, and the effect lasts between 4 and 6 hours. They also have depressant properties. PCP is known as the “Mess,” “angel dust,” “peace pill,” “fairy dust,” or “crystal.” When smoked, it is called “superweed,” “supergrass,” “killer weed,” or “peace weed.” There are also several other names, even if its scientific name is phencyclidine. PCP is often found in the form of tablets, capsules or paste. But in reality, its looks vary as it is introduced into many drugs such as ecstasy, mescaline and ketamine. It is often sold under other names.

PCP Side Effects

PCP Addiction

  • Aggressiveness, hostility and violence
  • Hallucinations
  • Numbness in the arms and legs
  • Result in visual and auditory illusions
  • Cause nausea, vomiting, excess salivation, excessive sweating
  • Incoherent and slurred speech
  • Impair memory
  • Hypertension
  • Cardiac arrhythmia
  • Create irreparable damage to the brain
  • Cause of paranoia, anxiety
  • Losing the ability to urinate and defecate normally
  • Push for severe depression, suicide (sometimes self-mutilation)
  • Leads to convulsions, hyperthermia, coma and/or death