Psychoactive class

Hallucinogens / Depressant

Chemical class

Imidazopyridine
Routes of administration
+
Oral
Toxicity
Low toxicity
Potentially lethal when mixed with depressants like alcohol or opioids
Addiction potential
Moderately addictive
Auditory hallucination
Auditory enhancement
Geometry
Acuity suppression
Emotion enhancement
Empathy, affection and sociability enhancement
Emotion suppression
Magnification
Double vision
Depth perception distortions
Cognitive disconnection
Nausea
Dizziness
Changes in felt gravity
Physical euphoria
Increased libido
Dream potentiation
Transformations
Settings, sceneries, and landscapes
Shadow people
Time distortion
Déjà vu
Scenarios and plots
Delusions
Cognitive euphoria
Laughter fits
Visual disconnection
Thought deceleration
Analysis suppression
Thought disorganization
Language suppression
Memory suppression
Disinhibition
Appetite enhancement
Sedation
Motor control loss
Respiratory depression
Drifting
Increased heart rate
Increased blood pressure
Muscle relaxation
Internal hallucination
External hallucination
Peripheral information misinterpretation
Anxiety suppression
Delusion
Increased music appreciation
After images
Confusion
Amnesia
Compulsive redosing
Gustatory hallucination
Suggestibility enhancement
Tactile hallucination
Object alteration
Object activation
Sleepiness
Psychosis
Autonomous entity
Perspective hallucination
Visual snow
drug data by PsychonautWiki.org ↗
illustrations by absurd.design ↗