Street Names For PCP | Common Slang For PCP

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D. on April 26, 2021

Phencyclidine (PCP) is an illicit, dissociative drug. It can be taken by itself or with other drugs. People who use or sell PCP may refer to it by a street name or code word.

Common Street Names For PCP

Phencyclidine (PCP) is an illicit drug that can have dissociative effects. When taken, it can cause physical effects, distort your sense of reality, and affect cognition and mood.

Because PCP is illicit, it is exclusively sold on the street and referred to by a number of street names.

Common forms of PCP include:

  • white, yellow, or tan powder
  • tablet
  • capsule
  • clear liquid

PCP can be injected, snorted, swallowed, or smoked with other substances such as marijuana (cannabis) or mint leaves.

Learn more about the street names of commonly abused drugs

Popular Street Names For PCP

PCP can be referred to by a number of street names, also known as slang terms or code words.

Common street names for PCP include:

  • angel dust
  • rocket fuel
  • killer weed
  • wolf
  • worm
  • sherms
  • hog
  • bella donna
  • love boat
  • magic dust
  • peace pill
  • ozone
  • super grass

Get Started On The Road To Recovery.

Get Confidential Help 24/7. Call Today!

(844) 616-3400

Street Names For PCP With Other Drugs

When combined or mixed with other drugs, PCP may be referred to by different street drug names.

Street names for PCP mixed with other drugs:

  • black acid (with LSD)
  • zoom (with marijuana)
  • domex (with MDMA)
  • space (with cocaine)
  • whack (with cocaine)
  • alien sex fiend (with heroin)
  • wet (with marijuana)

Find Help For PCP Abuse Today

Getting help for a drug problem for yourself or someone you know can be tough. If you’re looking for treatment for someone who’s misusing PCP, we may be able to help.

For more information about PCP and to find addiction treatment near you, call our helpline today.

This page does not provide medical advice. See more

Addiction Resource aims to provide only the most current, accurate information in regards to addiction and addiction treatment, which means we only reference the most credible sources available.

These include peer-reviewed journals, government entities and academic institutions, and leaders in addiction healthcare and advocacy. Learn more about how we safeguard our content by viewing our editorial policy.

  • Was this Helpful?
  • YesNo
Medically Reviewed by
Johnelle Smith, M.D. on April 26, 2021
Let us walk you through the treatment process. We're here to help.
For 24/7 Treatment Help:
100% Free & Confidential. Call (844) 616-3400