3C-Bromo-Dragonfly THE DRUG THAT IS WORSE THAN LSD.

The Chemical that looks like a dragonfly

Bromo-Dragonfly Chemical Structure

Just like LSD, Bromo-Dragonfly is just a harder substance. This means that it is injected through the blood stream after being boiled. It is said that this particular substance is 3 times worse than one dose of LSD.

Positive Effects of the LSD Family

Some Swiss doctors advise that patients with major anxiety have psychotherapy with assist from micro-doses of LSD.

Link to study: http://wondergressive.com/lsd-positive-results/

Negative Effects of the LSD Family

There are sooooo many effects to taking LSD.

How do hallucinogens affect the brain?

Research suggests that hallucinogens work at least partially by temporarily disrupting communication between brain chemical systems throughout the brain and spinal cord. Some hallucinogens interfere with the action of the brain chemical serotonin, which regulates: mood, sensory perception, sleep, hunger, body temperature, sexual behavior, muscle control.

Other hallucinogens interfere with the action of the brain chemical glutamate, which regulates, pain perception, responses to the environment, emotion, learning and memory, Short-Term Effects

The effects of hallucinogens can begin within 20 to 90 minutes and can last as long as 6 to 12 hours. Salvia's effects are more short-lived, appearing in less than 1 minute and lasting less than 30 minutes. Hallucinogen users refer to the experiences brought on by these drugs as "trips," calling the unpleasant experiences "bad trips."

Along with hallucinations, other short-term general effects include: increased heart rate, nausea

intensified feelings and sensory experiences

changes in sense of time (for example, time passing by slowly)

Specific short-term effects of some hallucinogens include:

increased blood pressure, breathing rate, or body temperature

loss of appetite

dry mouth

sleep problems

mixed senses (such as "seeing" sounds or "hearing" colors)

spiritual experiences

feelings of relaxation or detachment from self/environment

uncoordinated movements

excessive sweating

panic

paranoia—extreme and unreasonable distrust of others

psychosis—disordered thinking detached from reality

Long-Term Effects

Little is known about the long-term effects of hallucinogens. Researchers do know that ketamine users may develop symptoms that include ulcers in the bladder, kidney problems, and poor memory. Repeated use of PCP can result in long-term effects that may continue for a year or more after use stops, such as:

speech problems

memory loss

weight loss

anxiety

depression and suicidal thoughts

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