General Info Psychedelic Drugs
Psychedelic drugs are drugs that can change how an individual think and what they believe after use, especially if it is used at a young age. Psychedelic drugs change the individual's awareness of the environment under the high, but also what he/she feels and how the world is perceived. This is exacerbated by the hallucinations that the drug creates.
The origin of psychedelic drugs can be from different types of plants and fungi, but it can also be man-made. The most common psychedelic drugs are:
LSD - Is one of the strongest psychedelic drugs and it has the greatest effect during and after the high.
Cannabis / Hash - Cannabis is the most common drug after alcohol. The plant contains, among other things, the substance THC, which creates intoxication and mild hallucinations. Ingestion is by smoking or eating the drug.
Fungi - Psychedelic fungi or magic fungi are fungi that because they contain hallucinogens, such as psilocybin, will give a psychedelic intoxication and create hallucinations
DMT - Can only be taken by smoking / injection and creates strong hallucinations for a short period of time
2CB - 2C-B or 2-ethanamine is a psychedelic drug. It is part of the 2C family of psychedelic drugs and is related to 2C-E and 2C-I. It is usually taken by mouth, but can also be inhaled nasally or injected. Intake creates a short strong intoxication with hallucinations.
Although hallucinogens generally have a low potential for addiction, mental addiction can occur. This also applies to the use of Cannabis, where, for example, tremors, restlessness and difficulty sleeping may occur after discontinued use of the drug.