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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hallucinogens hallucinogens is a drug that has many different forms and is highly dangerous and addictive. depending on the form of the drug,the impact will vary. some effects of the drugs are listed below. *seeing, hearing, and feeling objects that are not really there*mood swings*loss of memory *change of thought and perception most common forms of hallucinogens double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. LsdPcpmushrooms peyotemescaline pcp- when taking small doses, physical affects include lose ofmuscle coordination, breathingbecomes difficult. mental effects included loss of memory, numbing of the mind, and increased feelingsof power peyote- physical effects are similar to lsd which include increased heart rate and high blood pressure, loss of apatite. reportsalso include uncontrollable movements. mental effects of peyote are still not understood too well, allthough some believe flashbacks occur. How Hallucinogens Affect the Brain? lsd, pcp, peyote, and psilocybin all can cause hallucinations and making making people see, hear, and feel stuff that inst really there. these hallucinations occur by the drug disrupting the nerve cells called dopamine and neurotransmitters which allows the drug to take cause realitly to be disrupted. hallucinogens are some of the oldest known drugs on earth. many cultures from all over the world have used themfor religious purposes and many still do.native Americans would smoke peyotethe 1st time people discovered them as the drugs we know today was in 1938.throughout the 1950s and 1960s, many people started using lsd. with many people becoming addictived to it, the government outlawed the substence. the drug descreased in th3 70s and 80s. today lsd is considered a level l drug. lsd-physical effects include increasedblood pressure and increased heart rate,loss of apatite, and sleepiness. mental effects vary on the dose taken in. whensomeone consumes a large amount, they can have hallucinations and theresenses may cross over causing them to see sound and hear sight. history of hallucinogens
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