Club drugs are a specific classification of drugs characterized as being used primarily among the nightclub, trance, rave, and bar scene. The trance and rave scenes are commonly know for night-long or weekend-long dances that are often held in warehouses or other large and open facilities. Although many who attend these events do not use club drugs, those who do are generally attracted to the minimal cost of the drugs and the stimulating highs that have been said to heighten the trance and rave experiences. Club drugs can include but are not limited to the following drugs: MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine or ecstasy), GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate), ketamine, amphetamines (particularly methamphetamine), LSD (lyseric acid diethylamide), and Rohypnol.

Club drugs are primarily used by young people. According to the 2006 ...

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