Three teenage girls were hospitalized in Virginia last weekend after taking an LSD-like synthetic drug. The compound is known by names including 25i, N-Bomb or Smiles.
A new analysis of studies originally conducted in the 1960s suggests LSD may help people with alcoholism quit or reduce their drinking.
What is is LSD? LSD is the most common hallucinogen and is one of the most potent mood-changing chemicals. It is manufactured from lysergic acid, which is found in ergot, a fungus that grows on rye and other grains.
LSD got its start in a psychiatric research lab, and decades after its heyday as a hallucinogenic party drug of the 1960s it is now
LSD got its start in a psychiatric research lab, and decades after its heyday as a hallucinogenic party drug of the 1960s it is now being studied once again for possible medical applications.
According to data from the 2006 national Monitoring the Future survey, eighth graders' perceived harmfulness of ecstasy, LSD, and inhalant use continues to decrease, which may be an indicator of future increases in actual use of those drugs.
The significant drop in LSD use has flabbergasted the researchers at the University of Michigan who conduct the annual “Monitoring the Future” study.
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