head drug

head drug

slang A substance that affects one's mental abilities and/or mood; a psychoactive, often hallucinogenic, drug. Come on, you went to Woodstock—you can't tell me you've never taken head drugs before.
See also: drug, head
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head drug

n. a drug that affects the mind rather than the body; a psychoactive drug. It’s these head drugs that get the kids into so much trouble.
See also: drug, head
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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With these subjects, a CATIE-like head to head drug study, comparing drugs of proven efficacy (risperidone, SSRIs, stimulants, mood stabilizers) in a switching protocol, could then be conducted, with patients randomized to begin with risperidone, with an SSRI, with a mood stabilizer, switching when the starting treatment proved ineffective.
Ray, the head drug dealer for whom Primo and Caesar work, emerges as a character with considerable talent for this particular line of business, albeit a talent that does not transfer to more legitimate entrepreneurial activities.
During his 13 years at Bayer he has held several roles, including senior vice president, head discovery Europe at Bayer Healthcare and executive vice president, global head drug discovery.
In a statement, Vas Narasimhan - global head drug development and chief medical officer at Novartis - said the company is "committed to advancing our understanding of mutation-driven lung cancer, where there continues to be significant unmet need."