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basuco

A regional term for an abuse concoction, consisting of a joint (marijuana) or regular cigarette lightly dusted with cocaine or coca paste residue.
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The Cali Cartel -- a loose-knit, ever-changing group which invests in the cocaine and "basuco" (crack cocaine) business -- is the genesis of the murder of Manuel de Dios, a New York City journalist who was chronicling and exposing the financial network of the Cali distribution system in Queens and other boroughs in New York City.
Martha's husband, Albeiro, whom she had described in one letter as a young man "with no vices," became addicted to smoking basuco, a particularly toxic Colombian derivative of cocaine.
Con prevalencias de vida entre el 30 y el 40%, se encuentran el basuco (39,8%), los hongos (35,5%), el cacao sabanero (escopolamina, 32,9%) y el diclorometano (<<Dick>>, 31,4%).
Prevalencia de consumo de sustancias en medicos Inhalantes 0,00% Opiaceos 5,30% Marihuana 13,20% LSD 2,60% Cocaina 2,60% Cigarillo 50,00% Benzodiacepinas 0,00% Bebidas 28,90% Basuco 0,00% Barbituricos 0,00% Antidepresivos 0,00% Anfetaminas 7,90% Alcohol 89,50% Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico de barra.
Los estudios de prevalencia de la enfermedad por adicciones permiten concluir que las bebidas alcoholicas son la principal sustancia de inicio de la adiccion para ambos sexos, seguida del tabaco y el basuco.
According to a 2009 drug-consumption study by the Venezuelan National Anti-Narcotics Office (ONA), marijuana was the most commonly consumed illicit drug in Venezuela, followed by "crack" cocaine and "basuco" (cocaine paste).