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Hallucinogen

5 September 2010 30,193 views No Comment

An hallucinogen is a drug that alters your conciousness, and may induce dream- or trance-like states. These are different from drugs like stimulants which only amplify normal states of conciousness.

Across the internet users have access to legal hallucinogens which boast of having similar effects to LSD or Ketamine. The only difference? While Ketamine and LSD are illegal to buy or own, the hallucinogens on the internet market are legal with some even boasting that you can take them into any country without fear of arrest.

Since these hallucinogens are not illegal, there is no real age limit, although some sites state that they only sell to adults “over 18”. This makes children using hallucinogens about as easy as someone under 18 watching an R rated movie.

While many people probably envision a “legal high” being little more than the buzz someone might get off caffeine, these hallucinogens truly stand by their title. Reports from users reveal the strange effects these drugs have on their minds. These often include seeing or talking to people who aren’t really there, loss of time comprehension, the belief that objects or surfaces are rippling, and other effects similar to popular illegal hallucinogens.

Hallucinogens rarely become physically addictive, although some users admit mental addiction to the drugs. Those who are trying to escape life or simply find their existence boring may discover that it’s difficult to stop using hallucinogens.

Are legal hallucinogens good way for people to get high without actually doing anything illegal? You’ll have to be the judge on that one since, as of yet, no one else is.

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