Peyote And Mescaline (Drugs: the Straight Facts)

A hallucination is something that we hear, see, smell, feel, or taste that does not really exist. Seeing a refrigerator change into a polar bear and begin walking around the room, or feeling as if your arms and legs have turned into tree limbs, are examples of hallucinations. Hallucinations are commonly experienced by people who suffer from mental disorders such as schizophrenia. Some people with schizophrenia hear voices telling them to do things, when in fact the voices are not real. These hallucinations are often frightening and disturbing. Some people, however, find hallucinations enjoyable and stimulating even life changing spiritual or mystical experiences. They may take mind altering substances collectively known as hallucino- gens or hallucinogenic or psychedelic drugs. Hallucinogens are powerful chemical substances that produce hallucinations of all types. Commonly used hallucinogens include lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), phencyclidine (PCP), magic mushrooms, and peyote. These drugs were very popular in the 1960s and 1970s, and their use continues today.


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