paper approximately 1 to 2 inches square, whether or not stains appear thereon.
(9) LSD users.
It is usually limited to those users who are the
intellectual, pseudo-intellectual, and artistic types.
usually prefer LSD as opposed to other drugs.
(10) The effects of LSD.
(a) A person under the influence of LSD will appear to be insane.
For a fact, he is insane.
His actions parallel those of a person suffering
from schizophrenia and paranoia.
He will usually experience a marked
sharpening of all the senses; he will have vivid panoramic hallucinations.
Users actually feel sounds and taste colors. Fixed objects pulsate and breathe
or seem to melt and fade away. These hallucinations sometimes are accompanied
by screams and a frantic effort by the user to escape into a corner of some
room. Usually, the subject will become withdrawn. He will sit and stare in a
fixed position, uttering no sound, and making no movement.
This "trip" will
last from 8 to 12 hours depending on the dose.
(b) The continued use of LSD may alter the genetic chromosomes and
cause defects in a newborn. Further, the theory that LSD stimulates creative
ability has been proven a myth.
On the contrary, all creative incentive is
repressed; one's psychology changes to that of a withdrawn person. Users soon
develop a passive mood toward life.
This includes their attitudes toward
(c) LSD is a very dangerous drug.
(d) LSD primarily affects the central nervous system, producing
changes in mood and behavior.
The user may also exhibit dilated pupils and
His temperature and blood pressure may be elevated.
He may have
(e) "Flashbacks" or drug recurrences without taking the drug again
may occur anytime in the future. The flashback occurs with the same intensity
as the original trip.
It is not necessarily of the same duration as the
e. DMT (Dimethyltryptamine). DMT is a new addition to the list of abused
It is prepared synthetically.
Yet, it is a natural
constituent of the seeds of certain plants found in the West Indies and South
Powder made from the seeds of the plants was used by some Indian
tribes of South America.
DMT produces effects similar to those of LSD, but
much larger doses are required.
DMT is sometimes called the "Businessman's
f. STP (Methyl-Dimethoxy-Methyl Phenylethylamine).
STP appeared on the
psychedelic scene in the early spring of 1967. The compound was identified by
FDA chemists to be 4-Methyl-2, 5-dimethoxyamphetamine or DOM. Little is known