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Codeine is a prescription opioid drug that treats mild pain and acts as a cough suppressant. However, because of high rates of abuse, the Drug Enforcement Administration has made the substance into Schedule III, so it is more closely monitor and under control when it is put in cough syrups – its primary application in the US.

Codeine drugs have been taken widely for years, especially by adolescents who want to get high  without stealing alcohol or paying for illicit drugs. Since cough syrups are legal for purchase, many people have abuse these medicines. However, since the alcohol has been remove and codeine-base cough syrups different, abuse patterns in the US are different.

One of the ways that people abuse codeine cough syrups is by mixing them into alcoholic beverages or nonalcoholic sodas. Creating a dangerously intoxicating mix with several nicknames. The most famous names are “lean,” “purple drank,” “syrup,” and “sizzurp.” These mixe drinks have been popularize by rappers and pop stars.

Codeine cough syrup’s main ingredient is a mild opioid narcotic, making it a target of abuse for people seeking narcotic highs. Many codeine cough syrups no longer contain alcohol, so purple drank and similar brews often contain alcohol. Some of the cough syrups may also contain dextromethorphan, or DXM. A cough suppressant that replaces codeine in over-the-counter cold and flu medicines. This drug is also intoxicating and dangerous, and has become a target of abuse. Another sedating drug often found in cough syrups is promethazine.

The mixture of cough syrup, alcohol, soda, and sometimes hard candy like Jolly Ranchers first became popular  in the 1990s. Since then, the DEA has reschedule codeine so it requires a prescription, and bot