effects of short-term sensory deprivation.
Hallucinations or bad dreams (known as the psychotomimetic
adverse effects) as well as dizziness, blurred vision and nausea and vomiting can limit its clinical use (Bell et al.
and amnestic effects of [Delta]9-tetrahydrocannabinol in frequent users of cannabis.
Related to mint, salvia has hallucinogenic and psychotomimetic
This depends upon factors such as availability, cost, peer preferences and features of the drug such as speed of onset, ability to use via different routes, psychotomimetic
properties and potential to produce withdrawal syndromes (150,151).
The place of Ethnobotany in the Ethopharmacologic Search for Psychotomimetic
The influence of the [delta]-opioid receptors is not as well known, but they may have psychotomimetic
and dysphoric effects.
The hallucinogenic experience, whether it was psychotomimetic
or psychedelic, almost always impressed the volunteers by the striking changes in perception.
Ketamine can cause psychotomimetic
effects, including hypotension, excessive sedation, nausea, vomiting, apnea, and excessive salivation.
There is no longer any doubt about its psychotomimetic
Kennedy also mentioned numerous studies documenting the "ugly" side of ketamine--specifically, its psychotomimetic
effects, which include schizophrenia-like symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, illogical thinking, poverty of speech and thought, agitation, dissociation, memory lapses, withdrawal, disturbances of emotion and affect, and decreased motivation.
Ecstasy: De opkomst van een bewustzijnsveranderend middel (Ecstasy: The rise of a psychotomimetic