›› Idaho: Drug
Most of the drug trafficking in Idaho is controlled by Mexican drug organizations.
Meth, produced in state as well as outside the state is widely available.
Additionally, marijuana and "Club Drugs" are commonly used in Idaho.
Cocaine use in Idaho is primarily limited to affluent users. Due to
meth's lower price and higher purity it has replaced cocaine as the drug
of choice among the residents of Idaho.
Mexican black tar and brown heroin are commonly smuggled into Idaho and is
Meth is known to be the most widely abused drug in the state of Idaho. Most
of the meth abused in Idaho is produced elsewhere, such as Mexico and California.
- Club Drugs
Among the youth in Idaho, such club drugs as ecstasy, lsd, and ketamine are
common at local raves. Synthetic drugs, uncommon in other areas of the division,
to include 2C-B, DET (a drug that imitates a psychotic state for psychological/medical
experiments), SMeo DIPT, a.k.a. "Foxy" and "Foxy
Methoxy" have appeared in the Boise Rave scene.
The cultivation of marijuana both indoor and outdoor is widespread in Idaho.