Amphetamine (AMP): a synthetic, addictive, mood-altering drug used illegally as a stimulant and legally as a drug to treat those with ADD or narcolepsy.
Barbiturate (BAR): a drug that acts a central nervous system depressant, commonly prescribed for anxiety and sleep disorders.
Benzodiazepine (BZO): a class of psychoactive drugs primarily used as tranquilizers, used commonly for the treatment.
Buprenorphine (BUP): a prescription medication used to relieve the symptoms of opiate withdrawal for those recovering from heroin addiction.
Cocaine (COC): an addictive substance derived from coca or prepared synthetically; widely used as an illegal stimulant.
Cotinine: an alkaloid found in tobacco.
Ecstasy (MDMA): a derivative of amphetamine, used illegally as a stimulant to alter mood and perception.
Marijuana (THC): drug made from the dried leaves of a cannabis plant, used to produce euphoric experiences.
Methadone (MTD): a synthetic addictive drug used as a pain killer or as a heroin substitute for those recovering from heroin addiction.
Methamphetamine (MET): a synthetic drug used illegally as a stimulant and as a prescription drug to treat narcolepsy and maintain blood pressure.
Opiates (OPI): a derivative of opium, or sometimes containing opium, used as a sedative or pain reliever.
Oxycodone (OXY): a synthetic drug similar to morphine in its sedative effects and subject to abuse and addiction.
Phencyclidine (PCP): a synthetic compound derived from piperidine, used as a veterinary anesthetic or hallucinogenic drug.
Propoxyphene (PPX): a synthetic compound chemically related to methadone and used as a mild narcotic painkiller.
Tricyclic (TCA): a group of drugs primarily used as antidepressants.