Psychedelics

Psychedelics, also known as hallucinogens or entheogens, are a class of drugs that produce profound alterations in perception, cognition, and mood. These substances can induce altered states of consciousness characterized by vivid sensory experiences, distorted perceptions of time and space, enhanced introspection, and potential spiritual or mystical insights.
Popular psychedelics include substances such as LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), psilocybin mushrooms (magic mushrooms), DMT (dimethyltryptamine), mescaline (found in certain cacti like peyote and San Pedro), and ayahuasca (a brew containing DMT). The effects of psychedelics can vary widely depending on the specific substance, dosage, set and setting, and individual factors.

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