Is Alcohol classified as a drug?
Asked: 2018-10-25 11:21:52
I talked to a co-worker about my weekend and shared how it was being around crowds of drunk people without participating. He told me about statistics he recently stumbled on. The statistics frightened me. Is alcohol a legally classified drug?
Answered: 2018-11-06 17:08:20
narconon> explains that alcohol may be the worlds most acceptable drug. But if you ask a group of average people for a list of drugs, many people will leave it off their list entirely. Even though the dictionary defines a drug as something that causes addiction or a marked change in consciousness. Anyone who knows an alcoholic knows that alcohol is addic-tive, so why anyone would leave it off a list of drugs is beyond me.
Answered: 2018-10-27 00:25:24
Alcohol is not classified as a drug. Yet it is highly considered a drug. The only reason it’s being sold legally in the US is easy to understand… tax money.
Answered: 2018-11-06 09:52:53
The alcohol definition is a colorless volatile flammable liquid that is produced by the natural fermentation of the sugars and is the intoxication constituent of wine, beer and spirits. I realize you didnt ask what is alcohol. But to me anything intoxicating should be classified as a drug.
Answered: 2018-10-26 01:46:17
My cousin would take zoloft and alcohol. The combination of alcohol and zoloft caused her horrible side effects so she would skip her zoloft so she could drink. If that doesnt say addic-tion, im not really sure what would. Anything that is addicting is classified as a drug. And that spells out addicted.
Answered: 2018-10-29 07:32:23
Answered: 2018-10-27 11:59:41