hallucinogenic drug


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USA], Oct 24 ( ANI ): People using magic mushrooms, lysergic acid diethylamide or LSD, which is a powerful hallucinogenic drug and mescaline (a substance derived from the peyote cactus) are less likely to engage in criminal offences and anti-social behaviour.
Both chemicals are completely legal in the UK, but restricted in the US because of their use in the production of methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth, a highly-dangerous hallucinogenic drug which is often home made by users.
John Lennon said his inspiration for the song came from a nursery drawing from his son Julian, not from the first letter of the title's nouns, and hallucinogenic drug, LSD.
GENEVA: Albert Hofmann, the Swiss chemist who discovered the now-banned hallucinogenic drug LSD that was an icon of the Hippy movement, has died at the age of 102.
Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a small religious group in New Mexico could use a hallucinogenic drug in its services.
The same thing happens when you're in a trance from a fever, a hallucinogenic drug, sleep deprivation, or food poisoning.
A central part of the church's rituals is the use of hoasca tea, which includes a hallucinogenic drug that the federal government has outlawed.
LSD - lysergic acid diethylamide - is a hallucinogenic drug.
The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous because she fears she would lose her job if her employers knew she had taken the hallucinogenic drug, says her life has been ruined.
A Dutch national has been arrested on suspicion of violating the Narcotics Control Law by allegedly attempting to smuggle about 50,000 sheets soaked with the hallucinogenic drug LSD, police and customs authorities said Thursday.
Bread contains vitamin B, which, when slightly altered, becomes the hallucinogenic drug LSD.
in her book Poisons of the Past: Molds, Epidemics, and History (Yale University Press, 1989), the historian at the University of Maryland at College Park argues that moldy rye flour used to make bread in Salem in 1692 produced a poison called ergot, which contains mind-altering compounds similar to the hallucinogenic drug LSD.
Aldous Huxley took a hallucinogenic drug, 'psilocybin,' and wrote down his experience in a book titled 'Doors
The defense lawyer for Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby said she thought Terence Crutcher was exhibiting signs of being on PCP, a hallucinogenic drug that police (http://www.
She said: "I expect the decision to take LSD, or a hallucinogenic drug likely to be LSD, was made on the spur of the moment.