Mexican brown

Mexican brown

A regional term for:
(1) A form of heroin, with brownish adulterants;
(2) Marijuana.
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Heroin: Typically administered via injection or smoked, sometimes heroin is called Candy, H, Smack, China White, Dope, Junk, Big H, Mexican Brown, Brown Sugar, Mud, Dragon, Horse, Skag, Scag, Skunk, Black Tar, China White, Boy and Thunder.
Goya's products include specialties such as soffito, green pigeon peas, guava paste, tejocotes (jarred small golden apples indigenous to Mexico), piloncillo Mexican brown sugar, pacaya--the initial blossom of a variety of date palm tree that is favored by Guatemalans and Salvadorians, especially during Holy Week and All Saints Day, as well as mainstream items like canned corn and frozen mixed vegetables.
They apologized for the delay because they had to make sure they didn't have a Mexican brown pelican on their hands.
Street names include: smack, junk, brown, china white, skag, H, scat, horse, Mexican brown, gear, dark, lady, white girl, black tar, brown sugar, goods, junk, Harry.
A few months later we could have cut lawns six days a week and blown it all on Corona and Mexican Brown.
Mexican brown shrimp are harvested in the Gulf of Mexico/East Coast, as well as along the country's Pacific West Coast.