Tina Drug (Crystal meth is a methamphetamine), a stimulant (psychoactive). It causes a rapid increase in dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine levels in the body, consequently leading to sensations of great energy, excessive alertness, clarity, euphoria, a rise in libido and self-confidence.
These effects popularized the “Tina” drug, now extensively abused of in parties, in particular sex parties, among men who have sex with men.
Having sex under the influence of drugs, also known as “chemsex” usually refers to three major types of drugs: Mephedrone, crystal meth (“Tina”) and G (Gina). They all have an “aphrodisiac effect” and lead to excessive alertness.
Under the influence, and especially if mix of several types of drugs are mixed and abused, individuals are able to have sex for hours, even days, with a sense of great self-confidence and they also become less sensitive to pain. In addition to the risk involved in drug abuse, drug abusers sustain injuries, which may facilitate the contraction of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS (HIV).
What is Tina Drug?
- Tina drug (Methamphetamine) is part of the amphetamine family of stimulant drugs. The crystal form of metham-phetamine, sometimes called Crystal Meth, is extremely powerful and addictive.
- It can come in several different forms – including tablets, powder, or crystals.
- Depending on its form, the Tina drug can be swallowed, snorted or injected (slammed); and unlike amphetamine, it can also be smoked.
- Other names include Tina, T, Ice.
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