A substance capable of producing hallucinations when ingested; a hallucinogenic substance; as, LSD is a powerful hallucinogen.
chemical that produces a hallucination
A drug or chemical whose effects include hallucinations. Hallucinogenic drugs such as LSD, psilocybin, and mescaline are often called psychedelic.
A drug that produces hallucinations - distortion in perception of sights and sounds - and disturbances in emotion, judgment, and memory.
Having the psychoactive effects of producing imaginary perceptions.
a psychoactive drug that induces hallucinations or altered sensory experiences
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a drug that causes a person to hallucinate, that is, to see, feel, or hear things that do not exist
a substance that acts on the central nervous system to produce changes in perception and mood and often hallucinations
a substance that produces changes in perception, thought, and feeling
a substance that produces psychological effects that are normally associated alternatives to "harder" drugs like heroin and cocaine, and their association with
a substance that produces psychological effects that are normally associated only with dreams, schizophrenia, or religious exaltation
s such as LSD, mescaline, peyote, and psilocybin
Induces hallucinations - an imagined or false sense of perception.
An agent that distorts sensory perceptions, sometimes resulting in sensory illusions which may be mild or extreme.
Drug that upsets the chemicals of the brain, causing the user to see, hear, smell, and behave differently.
agent that produces hallucinations
Hallucinogen is the stage name of Simon Posford, an electronic musician specializing in Goa trance music from England. His first album, Twisted, was one of the most widely influential electronic music recordings and helped to define the psychedelic trance genre. The follow-up The Lone Deranger only cemented his influence.