What recreational drugs are most physically damaging to the human body?
All the recreational drugs that are taken out of their natural state are very dangerous and damaging, especially the pharmaceutical kind. Everything gets processed through the liver, so these recreational drugs leave horrible toxins behind in the body's organs, destroying the liver over long term use. Immediate damange can happen quickly to the heart, brain and nervous system, depending on the individual's health condition. My husband and I work with helping others recover from drug abuse. In or experience, Meth as been the worst in leaving its distructive imprint on the body.
The only one that isn't harmful to the body, (so far as tested by researchers) is Marijuana. Meth/crank/ice is horrible for the entire body casuing teeth to rot, the skin on the face to become damaged, and eats away at the lungs. Cocaine eats away at the nose and throat. Heroin destroys the brain and lungs if smoked. Pharmaceuticals are really bad and can cause anything from liver damage to brain damage.
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