hallucinogen


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hallucinogen

any drug, such as LSD or mescaline, that induces hallucinations

hallucinogen

[hə′lüs·ən·ə·jən]
(pharmacology)
A substance, such as LSD, that induces hallucinations.
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It was irrational, it was delusional, profoundly psychotic and the reaction to a cocktail of drugs, one of which is a notorious hallucinogen.
BEIRUT: Adolescents in Lebanon are increasingly seeking the psychedelic properties of a mind-altering drug, Salvia Divinorum, believed to be the most potent naturally occurring hallucinogen.
The basic material in this of a mind to is gold, hallucinogen, and ISO-8, if you have lot of that you can draw the superhero more powerful and unbeatable.
Brown "The Psychedelic Gospels: The Secret History of Hallucinogens in Christianity" reveals evidence of visionary plants in Christianity and the life of Jesus found in medieval art and biblical scripture, a subject that was hidden in plain sight for centuries.
DRUG-USERS have been experimenting with e-cigarettes so they can take cannabis, hallucinogens and even heroin without being noticed.
In DSM III it was referred to as post hallucinogen perception disorder (PHPD).
The silly singer boasted in an interview about taking cannabis, ecstasy and hallucinogens.
He cautions, however, that if hallucinogens are used in less well supervised settings, the possible fear or anxiety responses could lead to harmful behaviors.
The sessions with the otherwise illegal hallucinogen were closely monitored and volunteers were considered to be psychologically healthy.
Her transformation, described quite eloquently, came from the hallucinogen ayahuasca, a mix of several psychotropic plants, where she realized her new life direction: "I am fascinated by the role of culture in the experience itself.
The House gave early approval today to a bill that would ban salvia divinorum, a legal hallucinogen.
In what is believed to be the first controlled human study of the effects of salvinorin A, the active ingredient in Salvia divinorum, a controversial new hallucinogen featured widely on You Tube and other internet sites, Johns Hopkins researchers report that the effects are surprisingly strong, brief, and intensely disorienting, but without apparent short-term adverse effects in healthy people.