Explanation: It depends on what the law is in your state but Marijuana would be a good answer.
Alcohol is the most common non-prescription drug abused by teens. The abuse occurs because they are underage.
Marijuana (not prescribed), Cocaine, Opiates, Methamphetamine, Alcohol, prescription medications, heroin and ecstasy.
Heroin for one. A big percentage OD's on that substance.
Ecstasy well not so much. I haven't heard much about Ecstasy lately so that's pretty much on the DL.
OxyContin is definite. People used to use OxyContin as a substance that could help with emotions and is commonly abused from time to time.
Adderall could be a definite because it helps people with ADHD and people with narcolepsy or uncontrollable desire to sleep. So it could easily b abused for one or more purposes.
I'm almost sure that Ritalin is one of them.a synthetic drug that stimulates the sympathetic and central nervous systems and is used to improve mental activity in attention deficit disorder and other conditions.
Marijuana is the answer your looking for
the answer is cough syrup
The correct answer is- cough syrup
Over the counter drugs are the drugs that can be sold without the prescription of doctors. Some non-prescription drugs are abused by people like cough syrup which is commonly abused by teens and young adults.
Early cough syrups was used to contain alcohol and codeine which was used in low doses to treat cough but people misused it by taking it in large amount which bring hallucination effect in them.
Now, these ingredients are replaced by dextromethorphan and high doses of it also cause hallucinogen and out of body feelings which teens enjoy. So as cough syrups are easily available they are commonly misused non-prescribing drugs by teens.
The prescription drugs most commonly used are: 1. Opiate pain alleviates 4. ADHD drug 5. Anti - anxiety drugs.
Many common reasons for abuse are because consumers felt that drugs are safe to consume in any amount because they are permitted by medical practitioners. Prescription may also be used as a short way to distinguish prescription drugs from over - the-counter drugs. With regard to the whole drug distribution control system as opposed to illegal drugs, prescription " is often used as a metaphor for sound directions by a prescribing medical practitioner.
Weed usually is. its easy to assess and is on high demand.
unless you want to count tobacco