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  • ...''' is a short acting anxiolytic of the [[Benzodiazepines|benzodiazepine]] class of drugs. It is commonly used and FDA approved for the treatment of panic d {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...tive agent in cannabis is believed to be tetrahydrocannabinol, however the drug contains at least 65 other cannabinoids, and 485 compounds have been identi ...of cannabis used for nonmedical purposes and associations with patterns of drug use."], ''J Adolesc Health'', February 2014. Retrieved 5th September 2016.<
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  • Today, alcohol is the most widely used recreational drug worldwide; advertised by large companies which produce and sell alcohol on {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...e in 1960s counterculture. It is used mainly as an entheogen, recreational drug, and as an agent in psychedelic therapy. LSD is non-addictive, is not known {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...n existence, but in the opinion of many users, to classify DMT as merely a drug would be doing it a great injustice as DMT seems to some as a transdimensio {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...e former is preferred by most users. Many of the users do not consider the drug to have much 'recreational' potential, due to the intense and often scary e The drug was first discovered in the Western world by R Gordon Wasson, a widely reno
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  • ...Substancestreaty. In contrast, levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug in the United States. ...ica in the 1950s and 1960s. Eventually, as the addictive properties of the drug became known, governments began to strictly regulate the production and dis
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  • ...ethylamphetamine) is an popular drug of the phenethylamine and amphetamine class known for its empathogenic, euphoric, and stimulant effects, and has also b ...Two years later, he and David E. Nichols published the first report on the drug's psychotropic effect in humans. They described "altered state of consciou
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  • ...In comparison to [[psychedelics]] and [[deliriants]], they are a very new class of hallucinogen, with the first classical dissociative being synthesized in ...l. The dendrites send messages to other neurones through these, but when a drug that blocks the NMDA activity is taken, they are partially or entirely bloc
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  • ...ly among the working class. As traditionally used, kratom is not seen as a drug and there is no stigma associated with kratom use or discrimination against {| class="wikitable"
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  • The dosage for this drug is very sensitive so you may want to look at the links provided: [[Quick Gu {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...dangerous/risky things and not remember it. Zolpidem is not a recreational drug and should be used only as prescribed. ...aceutical corporation Sanofi-Aventis. On April 23, 2007, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved 13 generic versions of zolpidem tartrate. Zol
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  • ...often unable to distinguish from reality. Most recreational users find the drug causes a negative experience, due to the profusely negative experience it t ...ns causing less side-effects, led to the development of the antidepressant class [[SSRIs]] which are still in heavy use today.
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  • '''Psychedelics''' are a class of psychoactive compounds whose primary effects are rooted in altering perc ...ally 'psychedelic' effects of the classical psychedelic chemicals. While a drug may not be strictly classified as a psychedelic, it may share in the semant
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  • ...its potency and potential for abuse, most European contries changed their drug laws and limited the dose to 1mg. In my countries the maximum dose per pack ...esidue in the beverage, which was introduced to prevent use as a date rape drug, and abuse.
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  • ...e culture' which involves heavy regular use and arguable dependence on the drug. {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...ended therapeutic range, becomes a powerful [[Dissociatives|dissociative]] drug with psychedelic properties. ...edients which become harmful at doses needed for disassociation make for a drug which must be used with caution.
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  • '''2C-D''' is a short acting psychedelic drug of the [[2C-X|2C-X family]]. {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...thylamine and amphetamine class knownthat is mainly used as a recreational drug, an entheogen, and a tool in use to supplement various types of practices It was first ingested in July 1930 by Gordon Alles who then licensed the drug to Smith Kline and French. MDA was first used in animal tests in 1939, and
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  • On October 27 of 1970, the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act was passed in the USA. Part II of this is ...aline containing cacti is one of the oldest known instances of psychedelic drug use. Europeans noted the use of peyote in Native American religious ceremon
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  • ...ky Fingers, Virgin Records, 1971), is arguably the most famous hymn to the drug. Morphine, a crossover band that mixes elements of cool jazz and modern roc {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...ten associated with the wealthier classes. As a result, consumption of the drug has taken on a strong social character. Cocaine is rarely used by one perso ...press, crack has been portrayed as "death for a few dollars," "the devil's drug from the U.S.A.;' et cetera. The general idea seems to be that "cocaine was
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  • ...ome of the cannabinoids actually formed an entirely new previously unknown class of chemical when they reacted with the unlisted cathinone! ...[[BK-2C-B]], 25B-NBXXX, TCB-2, DOB, Bromo-Dragon-Fly, 2C-B-FLY. The parent drug in this example is much safer than the rest. There is no record of a death
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  • Strychnine is said to have been the favorite drug Strychnine is listed in Class 1 of the Swiss Poison
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  • drug, Huangfu Mi (215-282 C.E.), commented: drug for the first time, he attained an additional
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  • ...analogue of MDMA in 1929, it eventually became popular among recreational drug users between 2007 and 2009 as it became available for purchase online. As {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...nited States was becoming a major player within the evolving international drug control framework. For such a narrowly tailored goal to be understood as me ...ncreased satisfaction as dosage increased. They concluded that ‚Äúnarcotic drug addicts would abuse methadone and would become habituated to it if it were
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  • ...cure stimulant until around 2004 when it was reportedly sold as a designer drug. Products labeled as bath salts containing MDPV were previously sold as rec {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...t during the 1990s, and as a result became illegal in the USA in 2003. The drug remained relatively obscure up until this point, though it was used in cert {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...etoxy-DMT''', or '''4-AcO-DMT''') is a synthetically produced psychoactive drug with a limited history of use. Its effects and duration are similar to thos {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...ways) limited to individuals with reputations for aggression regardless of drug use. It has been implicated as a major cause of psychiatric decompensation {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...amine (PEA) is a natural monoamine alkaloid, trace amine, and psychoactive drug with stimulant effects. In the mammalian central nervous system, phenethyla :A releasing agent (RA), or simply releaser, is a drug that induces the release of a neurotransmitter from the presynaptic neuron
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  • '''Oxycodone''', a strong and addictive drug used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is an analgesic medication synthe ...Roxicet or Percosets. This does not apply to XR Oxycodone in the form of a drug like OxyContin which has a time release mechanism. Oxycodone can be taken
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  • ...'', also known as Lysergic acid 2,4-dimethylazetidide, is a hallucinogenic drug and an analogue of LSD developed by the team led by David E. Nichols at Pur {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...used in medical practice and what most of us would encounter if using the drug recreationally. {| class="wikitable"
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  • '''2C-B''' is a [[Psychedelics|psychedelic]] drug of the [[2C-X|2C-X family]]. {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...henidine''' (1-(1,2-diphenylethyl)piperidine) is a dissociative anesthetic drug. {| class="wikitable"
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  • ...y in combination with Acetaminophen (Vicodin) or Ibuprofen. If you have a drug with acetaminophen in it, we strongly recommend you cold water (CWE) extra {| class="wikitable"
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  • '''DOx''' is a chemical class of substituted amphetamines that persists of many long lasting and very pot The most popular substance of this class is [[DOM]], also known as STP (Serenity, Tranquility, and Peace), which fir
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  • ...adol''' is a opioid that also acts as a SNRI. It is used as a prescription drug in many countries to treat moderate pain (often combined with paracetamol), ...eatment around the world. Despite its branding and institutional view as a drug with little potential for abuse, it has increasing amounts of recreational
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