Molly and ecstasy are essentially the same thing these days.
The psychedelic effects of LSD (acid) were first discovered when the doctor who created it accidentally got high AF in 1943.
Cocaine was considered a useful anesthetic in the 1880s.
In 1885, Parke-Davis pharmaceutical company started selling cocaine kits, making it super convenient to benefit from cocaine’s ~medicinal properties~.
It might feel like your brain is melting on (magic) mushrooms, but studies show they actually increase communication between normally disconnected brain regions.
It’s this level of higher connectivity that scientists attribute to the so-called ~expanded consciousness~ that users feel.
It would take about 37 pounds of fresh shrooms to lethally overdose, but you’d probably have a bad trip long before that.
And speaking of bad trips, taking too much ketamine is also a first-class trip to what’s known as the “K-hole.”
Nonfatal doses of MDMA in cool, quiet environments can become lethal when taken in warmer, more crowded places.
And that’s why it’s usually inaccurate to say someone who died while on MDMA died from an overdose.
You can’t get addicted to LSD or magic mushrooms.
And both psychedelics have actually shown promise in treating addiction to other drugs, when used in a clinical setting.
Speaking of party drugs with therapeutic value, MDMA may also help treat people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Crystal meth gets you high AF because it can actually PENETRATE BRAIN CELLS.
And the high lasts longer too.
Finally, rohypnol (roofies) is 10 times more potent than the anti-anxiety drug Valium.
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