What Do You Cut Cocaine with?

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Cocaine is cut using other white powders such as glucose powder, vitamin c powder, talcum powder and other sugars. Cutting is basically done by mixing the drug with other substances that resemble it to lower its strength. Cocaine is also, at times, mixed with drugs like ephedrine and caffeine.
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Some common cuts are mannitol, inositol, lidocaine, benzocaine, procaine, amphetamine (speed) ephedrine. Other chemicals are used depending on the area and dealer. (other answers)
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Cocaine is derived from the coca leaf. The leaves were used by the Incas over 1,000 years ago!
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Cocaine is usually cut with corn starch, vitamin C powder, sugar or talcum powder. They are cut to add extra bulk so that the dealer can fetch more money from the sales of smaller quantities.
The most commonly used products to 'cut' cocaine are baking powder, lactose, mannitol, lidocaine or benzocaine. It can also be cut with other stimulants products like methamphetamine. Cocaine in its purest appearance is a white, gleaming product.
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