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Hallucinogens

Consciousness-altering drugs. Sometimes they do not cause hallucinations, but distort the self-awareness of the addict. The group of hallucinogens includes products very different in chemical composition, some of which are of natural origin. In drug addicts, most of these drugs are called “acid”.

LSD is a synthetic drug. Odorless, colorless powder or odorless clear liquid. This liquid is impregnated with paper and fabric painted with bright drawings. Then, the impregnated base is cut into pieces (doses) similar to postage stamps. Psilocin and psilocybin are narcotic substances with a hallucinogenic effect. Contained in toadstools. Their appearance: pale beige color, a thin long and curved leg, peaked bell-shaped hat. Remind false mushrooms. Addicts eat them boiled, fried and raw.

PCP - our drug addicts pronounce “pe-es-pe”, aka phencyclidine. It is rare, usually in powder form.


Signs of drunkenness:

1. Increased heart rate, high blood pressure, dilated pupils, trembling hands, dry skin.

2. Narcotic intoxication is accompanied by a change in the perception of the environment, impaired sensation of one's body, and impaired coordination of movements. The control over oneself is completely lost.

The consequences of the application. The use of hallucinogens entails irreversible changes in the structures of the brain. There are mental disorders of varying severity up to the complete collapse of the personality. Even a single dose of LSD can lead to a change in the genetic code and irreversibly damage the brain. In the psyche, traces may remain indistinguishable from schizophrenia. With each subsequent reception of destruction are exacerbated. The drug accumulates in the brain cells. Staying there for a long time, it can cause the same sensations as immediately after taking it.
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Hallucinogens

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