Hallucinogens are drugs that cause hallucinations or psychosis and range from mushrooms to LSD. While hallucinogens on their own rarely cause addiction, they do form dependencies, which can be just as detrimental.
In general, hallucinogenic drugs don’t cause brain damage, however, they do leave lasting effects on serotonin receptors and it’s possible to severely diminish or even lose some of your senses after use. Because detox can cause irritability, hostility, and violence, detoxing with medical assistance is highly recommended.
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