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LSD Addiction Recovery.


LSD Addiction Recovery

LSD addiction recovery can be challenging because the addiction itself is not a physical addiction but in fact a psychological addiction. Treatment usually is approached with a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy and in some cases medication. The individual first must be taught what is...

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What is LSD?.


What is LSD?

LSD is the common term for Lysergic Acid Diethylamide and is a hallucinogenic frequented in drug abuse. The drug is taken by mouth in the form of a tablet, capsule or liquid. Also termed acid, it is commonly sold on paper that is chewed and swallowed by the user. The drug does not have a physical...

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Signs of Addiction to Ecstasy.


Signs of Addiction to Ecstasy

Are you concerned that a loved one is addicted to ecstasy? If so, you can pinpoint this problem by learning more about the signs of ecstasy abuse. Once you know these, it becomes easier to pinpoint whether or not somebody has a serious issue. Just like any drug, the signs of addiction can and will...

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Synthetic Hallucinogenic Designer Drugs.


Synthetic Hallucinogenic Designer Drugs

New designer drugs pop up all the time and sadly there's always going to be loss of life due to the use of these illegal dangerous synthetic substances. Past examples of designer drugs include ecstasy, acid (LSD), and methamphetamine which most people are familiar with.
Designer drugs are...

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Liquid PCP Use and Abuse.


Liquid PCP Use and Abuse

PCP is a dissociative anesthetic known by a number of different names, including ozone, wack, supergrass, rocket fuel, killer weed, embalming fluid and angel dust. PCP is Phencyclidine, and it was originally developed back in the 1950s in order to be used as a surgical anesthetic. It has anesthetic...

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