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Hallucinoge

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Hallucinogens
• Hallucinogens is a
drug that is taken
to make a person
“trip.” Under the
influence of
hallucinogens,
people see
images, hear
sounds, and feel
sensations that

List of hallucinogens
LSD

PCP
Shrooms(Psilocy
bin)

Reasons
• To trip, to experience
hallucinations induced
by the drug
• To effect the way the
brain works
• Fun
• Stimulation or
depression
• Behavioral changes

Hallucinogens in New
Mexico
• In New Mexico, some
professionals use hallucinogens
to dissect the drug and really
understand the new causes
and effects that can happen.
However, Law enforcement
authorities in Albuquerque and
Las Cruces report that
psilocybin mushrooms and
other hallucinogens are abused
in their jurisdictions.

New Mexico Laws against
Hallucinogens
•Hallucinogens are illegal in the United
States and have punishments.
•The penalty for possession of the drug
depends on the amount you have and
where you are when you have the drug.
•For example, if a person has a small
amount, they are required to pay a fine
•Surprisingly, the
and spend at least 10 days in jail.

•The penalties also vary due
to the number of times a
person is caught. Usually by
the second or third offense,
that person is required to
prison time for at least 3
years.

punishment is widened
if a person is caught
with the drug on a drugfree school zone. It can
go from spending 3
years in prison to
spending 10 years in
prison.

People who use
hallucinogens
• According to the 2014
National Survey on
Drug Use and Health,
more than 180,000
Americans aged 12
and older reported
current (past- month)
use of LSD and
32,000 reported
current use of PCP in
the United States.

Shrooms
• Psilocybin mushrooms,
also known as “shrooms”
is a hallucinogenic
substance.
• Mushrooms can be
eaten, brewed and
consumed as tea.
• Shrooms(Psilocybin)mushrooms that are
found in the tropic and
subtropics regions.

LSD
LSD is one of the most potent,
mood-changing chemicals. It is
manufactured from lysergic
acid.

It is given in tablets or capsules.
It is odorless, colorless, and has
a slightly bitter taste.
Taking the drug can leave you in
a “trip” for 12 hours or so.

PCP
The drug was
developed in the 1950s
as an intravenous
anesthetic, but its use
was discontinued in
1965.
PCP is now only
manufactured illegally
and comes in liquid,
powder or pill form.

PCP(Phencyclidine)-substance
developed in the 1950’s as an
intravenous anesthetic.

Short term Effects







Increased heart rate and blood pressure
Heart and lung failure
Mixed up speech
Violent behavior
Aggressiveness
Nausea
Hallucinations
Panic and anxiety

Long Term Effects






Flashbacks
Decreased Motivation
Prolonged Depression
Increased Panic
Mental Disturbances/Schizophernia
Impaired Memory/Concentration
Increased Delusions

Resources
• http://youthondrugs.com/drugs/hallu
cinogens
• Http://www.erowid.org/chemicals/
• http://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfac
ts/lsd.html
• https
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