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Hallucinogens

This Lesson Plan Produced By Your Drug Demand Reduction Program

what is lsd
What is LSD?
  • Hallucinogens are illegal drugs with the following features:
    • LSD is the most common hallucinogen
    • One of the most potent mood-changing chemicals
    • Manufactured from lysergic acid
what does lsd look like
What Does LSD Look Like?

LSD is usually found on "blotter" paper (paper that is perforated into small squares).

The squares or "tabs" may have been colored or have images printed on them. Liquid LSD is a clear liquid, usually in a small container, capsules, tube or flask.

LSD can also be found in thin squares of gelatin.

how lsd appears
How LSD Appears

BlotterPaper

Capsules

what are some of the signs that a person is using lsd
What are some of the signs that a person is using LSD?

Dilated pupils

Higher body temperature

Increased heart rate and blood pressure

Sweating

Loss of appetite

Sleeplessness

Dry mouth

Tremors

some short term effects
Some Short-term Effects
  • Sensations and feelings change more dramatically than the physical signs
  • May feel several different emotions or swing from one emotion to another
  • Large dosages can produce delusions and visual hallucinations
  • User’s sense of time and self changes
  • Sensations may seem to “cross over”
  • Changes can be frightening and can cause panic
some long term effects
Some Long-term Effects

Can trigger flashbacks:

Without warning

Without using LSD again

LSD is not considered to be an addictive drug

It does not produce compulsive drug-seeking behavior like some other drugs.

what is the dea federal classification schedule for hallucinogens
What is the DEA Federal Classification Schedule for hallucinogens?

Hallucinogens are listed as DEA Federal Classification Schedule I drugs, meaning they are in the group of most harmful drugs.

penalties for possession
Penalties for Possession
  • Penalties for possession of hallucinogens range from the following:
    • First offense: Five to 40 years imprisonment.
    • Second Offense: 10 years to life imprisonment.
as a member of cap what should you do if you know or suspect that someone is using lsd
As a member of CAP, what should you do if you know or suspect that someone is using LSD?

Notify one of the following:

Deputy Commander for Cadets/Cadet Programs Officer

Chaplain/Moral Leadership Officer

Unit Commander

why do people use hallucinogens
Why do people use hallucinogens?

To escape the real world

Because all the others are doing it

It isn’t considered to be an addictive drug

To be accepted

They are challenged to do it

Or just because they are unhappy

what are some of the ways you can say no to drugs without isolating yourself
What are some of the ways you can say “No” to drugs without isolating yourself?

Giving a Reason or Excuse

Repeated Refusal or Keep Saying No

Walking Away

Changing the Subject

Avoiding the Situation

Cold Shoulder

Strength in Numbers

summary
Summary

Hallucinogens may not be addictive, but the flashbacks or the effects of the drug taken may occur without warning at any time.

This may cause you to do something that you normally would not do.

Is this any way to live your life?

My advice to you is DO NOT TRY IT! It will become a decision that you will regret for a very long time.

lesson plan references
Lesson Plan References

Hallucinogens by National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Available on www.drugfree.org

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Available on www.dea.gov

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