9 definitions by Nurse Kitten

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The highest grade of marijuana. This term originated in the southern United States, possibly Florida. Synonyms include Kine Bud in New York slang, Nug," or Nuggets, (referring to the tendency of marijuana with a high THC level to be sticky, which causes it to clump together into Nuggets) and Skunk Bud or Skunk Weed (due to the potent odor).

Some experts estimate that there may be as many as 1,000 different breeds of marijuana that could be classified as Krippy, although some of the better known ones include White Widow, Northern Lights, New York White, Acapulco Gold, Jamaican Red, Indica, and Amsterdam.

Lower quality grades of marijuana, in descending order, would include Shwuggets (something between Shwag and Nuggets ) Commercial or mid-grade weed, Shwag (often dryer and containing more stalks and seeds than Krippy or Kine) and, at the bottom of the chart, Dirt Weed or Headache Medicine.
noun: Man, we was smokin’ this Krippy last night. Wow... it was just wall-meltingly good. I had a case of couchlock like you wouldn’t believe. We were buggin...

adjective: Wow, this weed is amazing... it's, like, krippy...
by Nurse Kitten April 29, 2005
A common anti-psychotic. One of the many “keep you quiet” drugs frequently prescribed to both the mentally ill and patients who are in drug and alcohol treatment facilities (rehab).

From the seroquel.com website: “Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are two different mental disorders that affect millions of people in the United States. Seroquel
is a psychotropic medication shown to be effective in the treatment of many symptoms of schizophrenia, as well as in the treatment of acute mania associated with bipolar I disorder.”
“Rocco used to be really hyper and twitchy, but now that the Doc’s got him on Seroquel, he’s real mellow and much more fun to hang with.”

"According to any of the patients I've talked to in the rehab unit, Seroquel makes the withdrawl symptoms much less harsh than the old days of the Methadone clinics."
by Nurse Kitten August 19, 2005
Perscription name Lorazepam, but also sold in the US under the names Alzapam, Ativan, Loraz, Lorazepam Intensol.

Lorazepam is an anti-anxiety agent under the general category of “benzodiazepines”, or “benzos,” meaning “mild tranquilizers,” used for the relief of anxiety and, sometimes, to relieve insomnia. Often it is prescribed to calm people with mania / schizophrenia, or given intravenously as a sedative to help patients ease the anxiety that frequently is found with withdrawal symptoms. It has less of an effect on the liver then other benzodiazepines, making it a good choice for patients who are going through rehab and taking anti-abuse drugs.
Seriously, man. Rehab ain’t like the old days with the Methadone clinics. They usually give you something like Ativan, calm yo’ ass right down, you don’t feel no pain from the withdrawl. Seriously, check it. Could get you off da shit for once and for all.
by Nurse Kitten August 19, 2005
Street slang for the perscription mood-elevator, Xanax (Alprazolam). Alprazolam is indicated for the management of anxiety disorder. While the drug is available in .25, .5, 1 and 2 mg doses, it's the 2 mg doses that earned this controlled substance the street name, "French Fries."
The 2 mg tablets are white with three slices (3 scores) in the side, and the number "2" on one side and "Xanax" on the other side. These score-marks give the tablets a resemblance to crinkle-cut french fries, and allow the tablets to be broken into 4 equal parts of 0.5 mg.
You lookin' tense, bro'. You need a couple'a french fries... help chill yo' ass out.
by Nurse Kitten April 28, 2005
To go through rehab in order to stop a drug or alcohol addiction. See also dry out, gone straight.
Nah, I don’t want any of that. I’ve done the clean up and the dry out, gone straight, and now I’ve got my whole life ahead of me. I’m strong, and I don’t need that shit no more.
by Nurse Kitten August 19, 2005
1) Commonly, someone who is a repeat user of a product or service, regardless of the nature of the business.

2) In healthcare, someone who is frequently showing up for similar injuries or disorders. Often, this is applied specifically in the world of drug and alcohol rehabilitation (rehab) to somebody who has tried to get sober (clean up or dry out) but has had frequent relapses. According to current statistics, the majority of addicts (80%) are likely to relapse after the first try.
1)“You watch the register, I’ll take care of Mr. Jones. Don’t worry, I’ve already got his order. It’s the same thing every day. He’s one of our frequent fliers.”

2)“Looks like we’ve got Sandy back again. Room 5. Yup, heroin again. We’ve got her on some Seroquel and an Ativan drip, so at least she’s calm this time. She’s another one of our frequent fliers.”
by Nurse Kitten August 19, 2005
To go through rehab in order to stop a drug or alcohol addiction. See also clean up, gone straight.
Nah, I don’t want any of that. I’ve done the clean up and the dry out, gone straight, and now I’ve got my whole life ahead of me. I’m strong, and I don’t need that shit no more.
by Nurse Kitten August 19, 2005
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