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Hallucinogens. Hallucinogens-. Any drug that causes a person to hallucinate (see or hear things that are not there). The effects are often referred to as a “trip” “Trips” can last for minutes or days depending on the type and amount of drug taken.

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Hallucinogens-

Any drug that causes a person to hallucinate (see or hear things that are not there).

  • The effects are often referred to as a “trip”
  • “Trips” can last for minutes or days depending on the type and amount of drug taken.
  • Flashbacks – hallucinogen’s effects can occur days, weeks, or years after the drugs were originally taken. Lasts for seconds or hours.
common hallucinogens
Common Hallucinogens:
  • LSD (acid)
  • Mushrooms
  • PCP (angel dust)
  • Peyote
inhalants
Inhalants

Any drug that is inhaled and absorbed into the bloodstream through the lungs.

  • Common Inhalants:

household cleaners, spray paint,

glue, Freon, nitrous oxide

  • Short Term effects:

Oxygen flow to your brain is replaced by another chemical. This can result in death and brain damage (after only one use).

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designer drugs
Designer Drugs

A drug that is produced by making a small chemical change to a drug that already exists.

  • Similar effects as the “parent drug” along with other unpredictable effects
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Designer Drugs:
  • Ecstasy
  • One of the most popular designer drugs.
    • Derived from MDMA
    • Amind altering drug
    • Street names: X, Adam, XTC, and E
    • Taken as a pill, can be crushed and snorted
    • Effects include increased sensitivity to touch, hallucinations, tingling in skin, and increased energy.
    • Lasts 4-6 hours.
side effects of ecstasy
Side Effects of Ecstasy:
  • Nausea
  • Confusion
  • Blurred vision
  • Dehydration
  • Memory Loss
  • Seizures
  • Heart failure
  • Brain damage
  • Death
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Molly (Molecule)

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  • Pure MDMA
  • Users tend to be 16-24
  • Health risks: teeth clenching, a loss of inhibitions, transfixion on sights and sounds, nausea, blurred vision, chills and/or sweating, increased heart rate and blood pressure and seizures.
  • News Report
other designer drugs do not copy
Other Designer Drugs:Do not copy

GHB:

  • made from the anesthetic GBL (an ingredient to pesticides)
  • Street names: G, Liquid X, Fantasy
  • Loss of consciousness and death

Ketamine:

  • closely related to hallucinogen PCP (angel dust).
  • Street names: Special K, K, Kit Kat, Vitamin K
  • Users experience “dissociation” – separation from

reality. They also experience numbness, inability

to move, permanent loss of memory, and coma.

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