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producing mood changes or distorted perception

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She also claimed that she consumed mind-altering substances that she took from the Palestinian.
189kg of a mind-altering substance for promotional purposes.
This alteration allows the laser, dubbed the "Fly Mind-Altering Device" (FlyMAD), to activate specific neurons which are involved in mating.
Whoever it was at Sainsbury's who gave the thumbs up to a Christmas film showing a goose's neck being broken under an axe must have been on mind-altering drugs or wanted early retirement.
Tests show the victims' stomachs contained dextromethorphan, a synthetic morphine derivative used in cough syrup that can have mind-altering effects if consumed in large quantities.
ON a programme looking at the effects of a mind-altering drug, it might not have been wise for Jon Snow to wear such a brightly coloured tie.
But in case you think drinking is too tame, the bar at Vesper serves up some mind-altering cocktails like Mai This made with rock candy (1) and a roast chestnut mint julep.
They added that the bomber was under the influence of mind-altering drugs.
He had a medical emergency at work in February 2008 related to the mind-altering drug hydrocodone.
Disturbing footage of people experiencing the effects of the mind-altering drug can be found on sites like YouTube and the latest trend appears to have started in America.
A psychiatrist investigating a mysterious mind-altering epidemic discovers the cause is an alien spore from outer space.
Sleep deprivation, sensory disorientation, cultivating anxiety, solitary confinement, mock execution, severe humiliation, mind-altering drugs, and threats of violence are among forms of psychological torture.
The fact that our so-called leaders can tell us of their law breaking and inhalation of mind-altering fumes without fear of any public or political backlash says it all.
The botany, constituents, chemistry, pharmacokinetics, effects and consequences of illicit use on the human body, and the therapeutic potential of marijuana (Cannibus sativa) and its mind-altering chemicals are explored by toxicologists, pharmacologists, and other scientists.
Our right to shut down our own bodies and brains is a logical extension of the principles of the Enlightenment, and it fits neatly with personal liberties relating to mind-altering substances, consensual sex, birth control, elective surgery, and (surely soon to be an arena of political conflict) genetic performance enhancement.