Psychoactive class

Dissociatives

Chemical class

Arylcyclohexylamines
Routes of administration
+
Oral
Tolerance
Full tolerance with prolonged and repeated use
Between uses, it's recommended to wait:
At least 4 - 7 days
Ideally 1 - 2 weeks
Toxicity
Toxic dosage is unknown
Addiction potential
Moderately addictive with a high potential for adverse side effects such as psychosis
Auditory hallucination
Auditory distortion
Acuity suppression
Pattern recognition suppression
Thought connectivity
Double vision
Scenery slicing
Cognitive disconnection
Physical disconnection
Dehydration
Difficulty urinating
Dizziness
Restless legs
Changes in felt gravity
Physical euphoria
Settings, sceneries, and landscapes
Time distortion
Déjà vu
Conceptual thinking
Scenarios and plots
Cognitive euphoria
Auditory suppression
Visual disconnection
Thought deceleration
Thought disorganization
Memory suppression
Disinhibition
Tactile enhancement
Stimulation
Tactile suppression
Sedation
Perception of bodily lightness
Appetite suppression
Respiratory depression
Pain relief
Spontaneous bodily sensations
Increased heart rate
Increased blood pressure
Increased perspiration
Internal hallucination
Anxiety suppression
Delusion
Increased music appreciation
Immersion enhancement
Olfactory hallucination
Seizure
Abnormal heartbeat
Depersonalization
Amnesia
Compulsive redosing
Derealization
Frame rate suppression
Psychosis
Spatial disorientation
Optical sliding
Perspective distortion
Perspective hallucination
drug data by PsychonautWiki.org ↗
illustrations by absurd.design ↗