Green’s Dictionary of Slang

sick n.

1. [late 19C] illness.

2. [1930s+] (drugs, also kick-sick, sickness) the illness that accompanies withdrawal from drug addiction.

In phrases

good sick (n.)

[1950s+] (drugs) the short-lived bout of vomiting that can follow an injection of heroin.

SE in slang uses

In phrases

give someone the sick (v.)

[mid-19C–1950s] to disgust.