Drugs ending with "ine" are alkaloids. They are bitter tasting and in all cases poisonous, probably a protection for the plants that produce them. All of them contain nitrogen, and in small doses are used as drugs. Although opium does not end in "ine", it contains a cocktail of 26 alkaloids that do end in "ine", the most significant being morphine and codeine.
It depends on which ine is good for you, it doesn't really matter as long as it is healthy for you .
Being an ex-user of cocaine I can tell you first hand that it doesn't stay in your system very long at all after use on its own. Cocaine along with all other alkaloids (drugs that end in the -ine suffix) have a very short half life. Cocaine specifically has a 1 hour half life. Half-life is the time it takes for a substance, in this case being cocaine, to lose its pharmacologic, physiologic, or radiologic activity. Meaning that a small dose could possibly be undetectable in 2 hours. However, the more frequent you use it and the higher the dosage will determine how long it actually is in your system. I believe the longest I have heard of an alkaloid staying in your system for is roughly 4 days and that is from a drug that has a 36 hour half-life.
Cocaine (benzoylmethyl ecgonine) is a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. The name comes from "coca" in addition to the alkaloid suffix -ine, forming cocaine. It is both a stimulant of the central nervous system and an appetite suppressant. Specifically, it is a dopamine reuptake inhibitor, a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor and a serotonin reuptake inhibitor, which mediates functionality of such as an exogenous DAT ligand. Because of the way it affects the mesolimbic reward pathway, cocaine is addictive.
A suffix for the word hero is -ine, as in heroine. A heroine is the feminine version of the word hero.
It is an English transliteration of the Greek word for green plus the suffix -ine.
Yes, they all end in "ine": Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine, Astatine.
The suffix '-ine' means 'to have the nature of', and changes a noun to an adjective; asinine; to have the nature of an ass ursine; to have the nature of a bear vulpine; to have the nature of a vulture marine; to have the nature of the sea saline; to have the nature of salt