Some of the common street names for heroin include “China White,” “H,” “Junk,” “Skag,” and “Smack.” These names are often used to discreetly discuss the drug and can vary by region.

Additionally, combinations of heroin and other controlled substances carry their own street names. “Dynamite” is slang for heroin and cocaine, while “chocolate bars” denote heroin and Xanax (Alprazolam). Other combos include “screwball” (heroin and meth,) and “El Diablo” (heroin, cocaine, and marijuana). Needless to say, hearing a loved one or potential addict use these terms could indicate an even bigger concern.

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