Hallucinogens Jade phipps- gibson

FACTS:

Hallucinogenic compounds found in some plants and mushrooms.

These drugs make the user hear & see things that are not really happening.

Hallucinogens are substance that alter sensory processing in the brain causing perceptual disturbances changes in thought processing and denationalization.

According to a 1999 study only 1% of teens use hallucinogens regularly and 94% of teens had never even tried hallucinogens.

Physical effects:

increased energy and heart rate

nausea

Mental effects:

Visual hallucinations

impaired depth perception

Depression

an artificial sense of euphoria or certainty

Emotional consequences:

Strongly impacts a persons mental and emotional state as the drug produces the following results lost touch with reality mood disorder onset like depression/ anxiety or mania

Street names:

Acid

Boomers

Hippie

Pane

Superman

Tab

Short term effects:

Pupil dilation

Euphoria

Perspiration

sleeplessness

Rapid mood swings

Hallucinations

Long Term effects:

Damage fetuses

a feeling of being one with a higher spirit (only in frequent uses)

can cause flash backs day's after use.

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Jade Phipps Gibson
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Credits:

Created with images by Charles de Mille-Isles - "Fly Agaric (The term fly- refers not to insects as such but rather the delirium resulting from consumption of the fungus)" • Meditations - "alone autumn background" • Connick Illustrations - "Hallucinogen" • Meditations - "alone autumn background"

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