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    “high”. One of these newer drugs is a hallucinogen known as LSD. LSD has no medical purpose what so ever. It is only used for people to escape reality. Some people may see this as no big deal. LSD affects the body in more ways than one may realize. People should be aware of the physiological and psychological impacts along with the exposure to different diseases when it comes to LSD. Everyone should be aware of the effects of LSD before they choose to use it. LSD, also known as acid, superman, and dots is classified under the drug category of hallucinogens. A hallucinogen is, “a drug that produces profound…

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    Back in the 60’s, he once used lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) that influenced his life, one of the significant things that made Robbins a popular writer. According to English professors Catherine E. Hoyser and Lorena Laura Stookey, they stated that Robbins took LSD that affects his consciousness and his ability to expand his thinking, “Drugs were not necessarily an escape from reality for the early partakers, but rather… effort at mind expansion”(10). He consumed drugs by going on to an…

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    What Is LSD?

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    said they had used LSD (“What is LSD?”). It is made from lysergic acid, which is found in ergot fungus. It is one of the most powerful mood changing chemicals (Barter 42). LSD has a long history, and many names. An LSD high has many characteristics, and there are several physical and mental effects of using LSD. LSD is a hallucinogen, a drug that causes a person to hallucinate (“LSD”). It was first made by Albert Hofmann in 1938, a chemist working for Sandoz Pharmaceutical in Basel, Switzerland…

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    Anti Lsd

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    My group developed a video psa outlining the risks and effects LSD has on one’s body. We decided to demonstrate what LSD would look like for someone tripping on it and then proceeded to explain what is going on inside the body of the person tripping. We went with this method to deliver the information because it showed a first hand account of someone tripping on the chemical and allowed the audience to make a more informed opinion by depicting what the experience would actually be like.…

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    Legalization Of LSD

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    the uterus after child birth and treating migraine headaches. As it was synthesized into LSD in 1938, there was little to no understanding of its hallucinating side effects. (Inaba & Cohen, 1997) Recorded throughout history, there have been numerous accounts of ergot poisoning due to rye consumption, resulting in hallucinations, permanent insanity, and gangrene. It was not until 1943 that a Dr. Albert Hoffman continued the synthetization of LSD and unwittingly exposed himself to the drug and…

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    Lsd Research Paper

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    23-November 2015 LSD LSD-25 was among one of the drugs that CIA scientists tested, LSD seemed to have one of the highest potential for use in intelligence gathering. The CIA studied and utilized LSD extensively from the early fifties until 1963, when they stopped using it. Psychologists, who had been steadily building data that supported the therapeutic side of LSD, they were forced to stop their research. Dr. Timothy Leary and Dr. Richard Alpert of Harvard University, refused to follow the new…

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    Lsd In The Movie Dumbo

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    example of how LSD paper looks like. As I mentioned, these pieces of paper are really attractive. These elephants are from the movie Dumbo. Dumbo, the elephant from the movie, gets drunk by accident and starts hallucinating these colorful elephants. It might be a better example of a trip on LSD, than getting drunk. This drug, more than causing hallucinations, it changes the way you perceive things. You do not see people or objects that are not there. You might just see them differently. The…

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    Lsd Pros And Cons

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    (n.d). LSD was made illegal when it was associated to student riots, antiwar demonstrations, and the counterculture. It is a home grown drugs that is produced mostly in the US and its mostly motorcycle gangs that traffic it from state to state. LSD is manufactured from lysergic acid, which can be found in the plant ergot, a fungus that grows on rye and other grains. LSD can be sold in tablets and capsules, it is rarely sold in liquid form. It is a drug that most user take orally. The high that…

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    LSD comes in a wide assortment of sizes, colours, and forms, ranging from small square tablets to “vial” LSD, also known as liquid LSD. Regardless of it’s form or appearance, LSD poses serious physical and mental effects when taken by humans. When comparing the physical and mental effects, the physical consequences of ingesting or consuming this drug are a walk in the park compared to the mental side-effects. Examining the acute physical repercussions, LSD causes pupil dilation, sleepiness,…

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    Origin of LSD and Psilocybin: Home Sweet Home Both these psychological drugs do not come in handy packages, all gift-wrapped and perfectly ready for the user to high on. Whether it is psilocybin being nicknamed “magic mushroom” or LSD in its natural pure state, it is not the organism itself, but a component that is found inside it and constantly produced as a “weapon” to fend off any predators, mainly herbivores and omnivores (obviously), those that do try to eat it. For psilocybin, they can…

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