Psychoactive class

Deliriant

Chemical class

Ethanolamine
Routes of administration
+
Oral
Tolerance
Full tolerance with repeated use
Between uses, it's recommended to wait:
Ideally 1 - 2 weeks
Addiction potential
Produces dependence with chronic use
Auditory hallucination
Auditory enhancement
Acuity suppression
Pattern recognition suppression
Emotion suppression
Double vision
Visual haze
Dehydration
Nausea
Difficulty urinating
Frequent urination
Temporary erectile dysfunction
Dizziness
Restless legs
Itchiness
Pupil dilation
Increased libido
Transformations
Shadow people
Time distortion
Cognitive euphoria
Depression
Anxiety
Paranoia
Auditory suppression
Thought deceleration
Thought disorganization
Language suppression
Memory suppression
Disinhibition
Tactile enhancement
Wakefulness
Perception of bodily heaviness
Tactile suppression
Sedation
Motor control loss
Temperature regulation suppression
Drifting
Spontaneous bodily sensations
Increased heart rate
Increased perspiration
Internal hallucination
External hallucination
Peripheral information misinterpretation
Delusion
Increased music appreciation
Olfactory hallucination
Feelings of impending doom
Confusion
Abnormal heartbeat
Increased bodily temperature
Delirium
Cognitive fatigue
Derealization
Brightness alteration
Unspeakable horrors
Gustatory hallucination
Tactile hallucination
Physical fatigue
Skin flushing
Object activation
Sleepiness
Cognitive dysphoria
Creativity suppression
Decreased libido
Dysarthria
Focus suppression
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