Hallucinogens - Hallucinogens I. Major Classes a....

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Hallucinogens I. Major Classes a. Serotonergic Hallucinogens i. LSD (Lyseruc acid diethylamide, synthetic derivative of ergot): “acid/blotter/CA/sunshine/microdot” ii. Mescaline (in peyote cactus): “buttons/mescal/peyote buttons” iii. Psilocybin (in some mushroom species): “magic” iv. LSA (amide) “morning glory” v. DMT (dimethyl tryptamine, from S. American tree bark): “businesssman’s special” vi. Bufortenin (In some toad skin, some plants in Central and South America) b. Methylated Amphetamines (synthetic, Strong DA agonists, also affect 5- HT and NE) (Table 12.2) i. DOM (dimethoxymethamphetamine): “STP” (very similar to mescaline) ii. MDA (methylenedioxyamphetamine) iii. MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine): “ecstasy, XTC, Adam” iv. “candy flipping”: LSD + MDMA c. Cholinergic Hallucinogens – i. in plants such s Jimson (“loco”) weed (“datural”), belladonna (deadly nightshade), some mushroom species (A, muscana) ii. Many used medicinally in small doses, but are hallucinogenicand
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