The July 2018 DEA Intelligence Report, entitled Slang Terms and Code Words: A Reference for Law Enforcement Personnel, is a handbook of slang words for drugs including cannabis, cocaine, heroin, hallucinogenics, and more. It also lists jargon from drug culture including references to sales, smuggling, and interdiction.

The handbook offers plenty of nicknames for marijuana, the DEA’s official label for cannabis. The list of terms for marijuana is longer than any other entry in the report.

Old standbys including pot, weed, reefer, and herb still make the cut.

Some newer entries, such as smoochy woochy poochy, love nuggets, and bambalachacha, show creativity and wit. Brand new additions to the list of terms for cannabis include tigitty, Lucas, and devil’s lettuce.

The handbook also has a special section for marijuana concentrates and hash oil. Budder, dabs, wax, and BHO carry over from last year’s list. But the DEA has apparently just become aware of terms like 710, extract, bubble hash, full melt, and rosin. Interestingly, this is the first year that edibles made the list.

Synthetic cannabinoids are also in the new reference. Terms such as spice and K2 are joined by fake bake, jungle juice, and funky Buddha.

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