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LSD Withdrawals

One big obstacle to stopping drug use is the fear of withdrawal symptoms. Those who have been taking LSD on a regular basis might be concerned with what will happen...

Long-Term Effects of LSD

LSD is the shortened name for the molecule D-lysergic acid diethylamde, a synthetic hallucinogen associated with counterculture movements in the 1960s. The substance was first synthesized from ergot, a fungus that...

LSD Detox Information

LSD, or d-lysergic acid diethylamide, is a powerful hallucinogenic drug with unpredictable side effects. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) reports that LSD has no medically accepted uses in the United States; thus,...

What is GHB?

GHB, or gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, is a central nervous system depressant drug that is synthesized illegally in laboratories and illicitly distributed in clear liquid or white powder form as a “club...

Detox from Ecstasy

In 2016, the Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) report stated that nearly 30 million people...

Are Sober Homes a Threat to Nevada Neighborhoods?

As more people develop an opiate addiction, more treatment programs are needed to help them overcome the disorder. Across the country, states are fighting to keep up with demand, and...

How Has LSD Evolved over the Years?

Hallucinogens are a group of drugs that produce very vivid changes in sensory perceptions. LSD is a hallucinogen, meaning that it is similar to drugs like mescaline, psilocybin, and even...

How Long Does it Take to Come Down from Ecstasy?

Ecstasy, also known as MDMA, is a common drug in the class of intoxicants called “club drugs.” These substances are known for their use in nightclubs, dance clubs, raves, and...

What Are the Effects of Taking Too Much GHB?

GHB, which is short for 4-hydroxybutanoic acid, is a psychoactive drug characterized by depressant effects, euphoria, increased libido, lowered inhibitions, memory loss, and increased capacity for empathy. It is sometimes...

Can You Overdose On Acid (LSD)?

LSD, commonly called “acid,” is short for lysergic acid diethylamide, a substance derived from a hallucinogenic fungus. This drug is most commonly taken orally and produces vivid hallucinations and other...

What Can Happen if You Mix Ecstasy with Methamphetamines?

Ecstasy (also known as MDMA) and methamphetamine (also known as meth) are both illicit stimulant drugs that are common in the nightclub or “rave” scene. This has led to them...

What Can Happen if You Take Ecstasy with Other Club Drugs?

Club drugs are any intoxicants commonly taken in nightclubs or at dance parties, particularly raves, to enhance the experience of the party. Ecstasy is the most commonly used of these...

How Much Ecstasy Would Result in an Overdose?

Drug overdose is a commonly used term associated with serious harm and death, but it’s rather hard to define. Technically, an overdose is considered to be any dose of a drug...

What Are the Long-term Risks of Ecstasy Use?

Ecstasy use was once restricted to a very small group of people. These people took the drug when they were attending dance parties or concerts in order to enhance the...

What Is Ecstasy Made From?

Ecstasy pills look a lot like candy. They are small, brightly colored, and stamped with funny images or clever symbols. They look like harmless little bits of nothingness people might...

What Is LSD Made From?

LSD is made by creating a fungus on seeds of rye or morning glory. A hallucinogenic drug, capable of changing the way people look at, think about, and experience the...

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