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    Daydreaming is the most acceptable form of altered consciousness. You are creating your own fantasy in your brain that you cannot feel in real life. The concept of comparing Daydreaming to Salvia trips is very important. Imagine being able to be a super hero in your day dream to not being able to control being a villain on a Salvia trip. When you are on a Salvia trip you cannot interact or be interactive. You become very unaware of your surroundings and begin to hallucinate. Salvia experiences are very unpleasant compared to Daydreaming. Salvia changes the chemistry in the brain, causing intense and frightening hallucinations. According to the YouTube Salvia Trip videos this drug should not be used for party favorite or spiritual reasons. Salvia has a major impact on the human brain. Each Salvia trip video studied on YouTube an individual lost consciousness and no longer had control over their body. Salvia was smoked…

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    Richards reports experiments in which he himself administered high doses of LSD to a poverty-stricken research volunteer that saw images of a Hindu God with many spiraling arms during his psychedelic experience. He found out because the young man, who was in his mid-twenties, pointed it out in a magazine he was looking through some time after the experiment at Richards office and it was exactly that, a Hindu rendition of the God Shiva. “Psychedelic research, however, does suggest that there are…

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    and psilocin. Many cultures have used these mushrooms in religious rites. In modern Western society, they are used recreationally for their psychedelic effects. Ayahuasca, also commonly called yagé, is a hallucinogenic brew of various plant infusions prepared with the Banisteriopsis caapi vine. It is either mixed with the leaves of dimethyltryptamine (DMT)-containing species of shrubs from the genus Psychotria or with the leaves of the Justicia pectoralis plant which doesn’t contain DMT. The…

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    Noribogaine is identical to ibogaine except for the demethylation of the 5 position on the tryptamine base. Noribogaine is more potent than Ibogaine and is estimated to account for most of Iboga’s effects. The partial agonism of the serotonergic system, as found with Lysergic Acid Diethylamide and Psilocybin Mushrooms, along with the partial agonism of the kappa and mu opioid receptors, as found in the dissociative hallucinogen Salvia Divinorum, leads to what is considered to be the most…

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    purposes because it has a calming effects for rituals in tribes of the Western Pacific. Peyote whose principal component is the mescaline, has been used by indigenous peoples from Mexico and America who argue that this plant has the power of helping in deep introspection and insight in the metaphysical. The cannabis plant has an ancient history of rituals as a trance inducing drug in India for sadhus (Itinerant ascetics), and Rastafarians use it as praise to their good, and some historians…

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    Salvia it has a Latin name Salvia divinorum as it is a plant that can be found in Mexico and is a hallucinogenic drug, this means it can make people see things and hear things that might not be real. This type of drug can cause headaches, throat and lung irritation but the main harm comes from the person while they believe the hallucinations are real. Nitrogen oxide is also known as laughing gas, its can make people feel relaxed and calm as it is a depressant drug. There are bad effects to…

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