cocaine bugs a skin itch or the sensation that bugs are under one’s skin, caused by the hallucinatory effects of cocaine and its derivatives; formication. Editorial Note: Scotoma, mentioned in the first cite, is defined by WordNet as “an isolated area of diminished vision within the visual field.” The plural is scotomata. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Dr. Toxic says:

    The Bugs are REAL, I say a nematode, both microscopic, and quite adept at not being observed.  The Coke speeds the brains ability to observe the little fellows, and makes them crazier than the doctors will tell you that you are.  You are merely being given a sign by biological buddies that you shoud stop shooting up.

  2. Dr. Toxic says:

    PS. That is a Filarial Nematode, possibly several types involved and they travel in your blood and blood rich organs, hence some of the effects on heart, lungs, brain.  There are over 20,000 types of Nematodes and several Million w/in most of us.  The Government knows but likes when druggies have heart attacks, it plays into their Nazi ways.  Look for their classic face patterns of disguise.  We are all made in their image!

  3. I know you’re joking, but just for anyone who doesn’t: cocaine bugs ARE NOT caused by nematodes or any other type of real insect, worm, or parasite. They’re strictly psychological or neurological.

  4. wonder bug says:

    just kidding…. im not so sure…
    i have a friend that experimented with IV cocaine use and during this time i was a witness to the ‘coke bugs’.  we conducted several experiments all concluding that there was some parasidic life form running wild during the cocaine “poisoning” of the body.
    ^Test #1: we hung a linen sheet 3 feet from the wall paralell. with no shirt on he shot up standing inbetween the wall and sheet and waited for the ‘bugs’ to swarm.  30 – 45 seconds after the initial swarming he quickly came out from behind the sheet and stood on the other side standing about 2 – 3 feet from sheet.  I witnessed the sheet like magic move towards his body.  points in the sheet would advance towards him and then fall away…
    other tests were conducted and i would be glad to share them. 
    explain these observations made by myself and other non-drug induced bystanders…

  5. Faye says:

    I believe there is definetly a cocain bug or worm.  I have collected specimens at different stages of molting? as well as watched them spin webbing around themselves.  They look like hair or thread and I have also watched them enter my body through my pores.  Black ones and white ones.  I have also seen the fuzz balls of some type of mite or midge, most interesting is the one that I haven’t seen a lot of but it looks like a round red small piece of lint.  Anyhow, I think the cocaine users get a predjudiced none investigative rap on this one.  I too have witnessed this worm like creature reach for cocaine and eat my cocaine rock so that the hard rock becomes quite crumbly even to the point of being like dust.  It is my second time com bating with these creatures and I also believe there is more than one type that does seem to only show up with cocaine use.  I have to wonder if that is how they came to this country/. There is more than one insect that’s primary diet and home is with the cocoa plant including worms and moths.  I am wondering about mites and midges?  I enjoy my rock once in a while but it is expensive enough without the bugs eating through it.  Any suggestions besides “don’t smoke cocaine”? 
    By Expensive Bug

  6. Ha ha. Funny. Stop it. There are no cocaine bugs.

  7. Don’t smoke cocaine. In fact, don’t ingest it at all. That shit will kill you. Smoke some KBs buddy.

  8. concerned says:

    i want 2 know more about wonder bug’s tests. i think that “coke bugs” are real because of sober by standers aswell.

  9. angel says:

    I”am also a non-drug user. This is now my second time dealing with these insects, in my home. I told my doctor about it and he says do you use cocaine, and said you have coke bugs. I oferd to take any drug test at any time, he said no thanks , and that was it. Three years later after buying knew furniture for my child and myself, we had moved, everything was fine, then a couple from Ustralia moved in up-stairs, and it started again. So now what do I do?, go back to the dr. I DON”T THINK SO. PLEASE HELP ME.

  10. angel says:

    Hi I just wrote comment, but I wasn”t thinking I would like to put my other name in, it is angel. PLEASE REMOVE the s.jacobson, so my child and or family members do not see. Please and thank-you.You have my e-mail address. I”m not sure how to delete it. Please help me, thanks again, now sressed out!!!!!!!!

  11. That’s the punishment you get for leaving goofy comments, but I’ve gone ahead and changed the name anyway.

  12. Dr. Smurf says:

    I just wish, I could get my hands on some the obviously really good drugs Dr Toxic and Faye is on.

  13. Mike says:

    I know for a fact that the bugs are real. I am now clean from coke now for about a month and I still feel their presence. During my last few weeks of smoking coke,  was forced to somke alone because other crack somkers would see and feel the bugs swarming. Others around me would begin to itch and wave their hands in front of their faces as if their were flies bothering them. It got to the point where people would give me crack just to see this affect. I felt as if there were spider webs all over my body. I told doctors but they accused me of immagining it all. I dont know what to do. Please help

  14. japanese beetle 1962 says:

    Heh, you idiots… Cocaine is a natural pesticide. The government has created these things to stop cocaine addicts. They remain dormant and directly connected to your blood vessels. When you hit up, they try to get away from the coke. They then scramble up your body to try to find new ground. They have a proboscis that can penetrate pores without pain, just like a mosquito.
    I have caught these things in bottles by leaving them open and taking a hit, then sealing them. Freezing the bottle leaves a complete specimen. Use a liquid, like 100 proof booze in a pint size bottle.

  15. Peter Garcia says:

    Hey there Faye. Man for the longest time I thought I was the only one who saw the little red bugs you are referring to. I know exactly what you are talking about. They’re small little red bugs that look exactly like a small piece of lint or fuzz. And ivI’ also seen the others you speak of. Thank you so much for your post it’s really given me a piece of mind.

  16. Sea Shell says:

    If anyone would like pix or video for comfirmation let me know …there real!!!

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