As summer fades into fall, it’s time to leave behind the stimulants and move onto a groovy new class of drugs: psychedelics.
Also known as hallucinogens, psychedelics produce auditory and visual hallucinations, altered sensory perception, euphoria and emotional introspection. Drugs in this class include LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, DMT and ibogaine to name a few.
While psychedelics are not addictive or especially toxic, they can cause emotional trauma in the form of “bad trips” that may last long after the experience is over. Used responsibly, psychedelics can produce spiritual enlightenment, emotional growth and a greater appreciation for the world around you.
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