hallucinogen


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a substance that affects the central nervous system and is often addictive

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Though rare, the long-term effects of other hallucinogens include visual disturbances, disorganized thinking, paranoia and mood swings.
Critique: An extraordinary and original study, "The Psychedelic Gospels: The Secret History of Hallucinogens in Christianity" is impressively well written, organized and presented.
Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder is one of the outcomes associated with the ingestion of LSD.
In the study, the change occurred specifically in those volunteers who had undergone a "mystical experience," as validated on a questionnaire developed by early hallucinogen researchers and refined by Griffiths for use at Hopkins.
When we contrast tribal hallucinogen use patterns with drug use in societies such as our own, we note that initiation rites in contemporary industrialized societies have fallen by the wayside.
The problem is that we have a potent hallucinogen that's readily available," Anderson said.
It is unusual, the investigators said, for volunteers with prior hallucinogen experience to report such intensity.
And nowthe police have used civil action in the form of an Asbo to stop Mr Ellman, and his business partner, Susan Frederick, selling cannabis seeds and anything containing hallucinogen dimethltryptamine from their shops.
Following their treatments with psilocybin, the patients and their families reported benefit from the use of this hallucinogen in reducing anxiety.
1) They also are well-known sequelae of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), a complex serotonin antagonist/agonist, and would be included under the DSM-IV-TR diagnosis hallucinogen persisting perceptual disorder (HPPD).
The author makes several assertions that many readers will find controversial: previous anti-drug campaigns encouraged drug use, President Reagan may have inadvertently caused the crack epidemic, and the fastest-growing drug in the country is a legal hallucinogen that can be bought on the Internet.
This gives credence to the claims that the mystical-type experiences some people have during hallucinogen sessions may help patients suffering from cancer-related anxiety or depression and may serve as a potential treatment for drug dependence.
Salvia divinorum is a hallucinogen, and Nowak's clients have described the high as a cross between taking ecstasy and LSD.
The American headquarters of the church in New Mexico had been thrust much further into the public view than any of its 130 or so members would have liked after the federal government tried to stop it from using a tea that contains an illegal hallucinogen.
Peyote possession is a felony--unless you're a Native American planning to use the hallucinogen during a religious ritual.