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Pasta lavada coke is a Colombian dish, popular with young people in the region. It is often eaten as a dessert. It is said to have an intense smoke that gives users a sweet, aromatic taste. The dish has many slang names, including pastita, base, pbc, and pie.
Pasta lavada is available at many underground drug markets in the city. Traditionally, most of the cocaine sold in Lima comes from the Huallaga valley and is routed through Tingo Maria and Huanuco. However, recently, new routes from VRAEM and Trujillo have made their presence felt. The latter, derived from Erythroxylum novogranatense var. truxillense, has volatile compounds, but does not have the bitter taste of wintergreen oil. Some users claim that it is distinct from the North.
Pastita base, or cocaine paste, is a common ingredient in illicit markets in Peru. It is available as a crude paste, or pasta base, and is easily converted into crack cocaine in the Lima drug market. The paste is characterized by its variable quality and lack of crystalline molecular structure. It also retains traces of sulphuric acid and solvents used during the first stage of the cocaine extraction process.
Pastita base is highly addictive. The drug is made in Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru. It first appeared in Uruguay during the 2002 economic crisis, and is now available in neighboring Argentina. Although pasta base users are a tiny minority, they are associated with crimes such as theft and robbery. It is also relatively cheap, costing only $1 or $2 a hit, and addicts often need multiple doses to achieve their desired effects.