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addiction primary hallucinogens - Hallucinogens Anciently...

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Hallucinogens Anciently used for rituals, healings, predictions of future, decision making Psilocybe mushrooms Peyote cactus DMT-dimethyltryptamine Banisteriopsis and Psychotria; ayahuasca
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LSD Hoffman,1938- Switzerland, ergot derivatives; lysergic acid diethylamide, 25th compound 1943- accidental absorption = first trip LSD is VERY potent 1950s- Delysis; insight; CIA MK-ULTRA Harvard- early 1960s; League for Spiritual Discovery; Leary & Alpert
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LSD Ken Kesey- One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Grateful Dead concerts: Kool-Aid Acid Test Laws in mid 1960’s banned LSD DEA (2003)- N.W. USA center of manufacture
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Terms Psychotomimetic - mimics psychosis Psychedelic- recreational use Hallucinogen-current popular scientific use Synesthesia - sensory “crossing” sometimes caused by hallucinogens, ex. Seeing smells or sounds
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Terms Illusion- mistaken perception of an external stimulus Delusion- a mistaken idea that is not swayed by reason or powerful evidence Hallucination- a sensory experience that does not come from external stimuli
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  • Spring '11
  • ceasar
  • Psychedelics, dissociatives and deliriants, Grateful Dead, Lysergic acid diethylamide, Ergot, traditions Peyote Road

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