Psychoactive class

Depressant

Chemical class

Alcohol
Routes of administration
+
Oral
Tolerance
Full tolerance develops with prolonged and repeated use
Between uses, it's recommended to wait:
At least 3 - 7 days
Ideally 1 - 2 weeks
Toxicity
Death from ethanol consumption is possible when blood alcohol levels reach 0.4%
Addiction potential
Extremely addictive with a high potential for abuse
Auditory enhancement
Acuity suppression
Pattern recognition suppression
Emotion enhancement
Empathy, affection and sociability enhancement
Double vision
Dehydration
Nausea
Difficulty urinating
Frequent urination
Temporary erectile dysfunction
Dizziness
Physical euphoria
Increased libido
Ego inflation
Delusions
Cognitive euphoria
Depression
Anxiety
Irritability
Auditory suppression
Thought deceleration
Analysis suppression
Thought disorganization
Language suppression
Memory suppression
Disinhibition
Stimulation
Appetite enhancement
Tactile suppression
Sedation
Motor control loss
Temperature regulation suppression
Appetite suppression
Respiratory depression
Pain relief
Increased blood pressure
Muscle relaxation
Increased perspiration
Anxiety suppression
Increased music appreciation
After images
Increased bodily temperature
Amnesia
Compulsive redosing
Cognitive fatigue
Physical fatigue
Skin flushing
Sleepiness
Creativity suppression
Focus suppression
Headache
Body odor alteration
Sleep paralysis
Delirium tremens
drug data by PsychonautWiki.org ↗
illustrations by absurd.design ↗