Psychomimetic


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A chemical agent that induces hallucinations

Agents Cannabis, DMT, Dronabinol, Ketamine, LSD, Phencyclidine, Psilocybin
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While there, he volunteered for government experiments with psychomimetic drugs like LSD at the Menlo Park Veterans Administration Hospital.
In 1961 Kesey volunteered for a series of government-sponsored experiments with what were called psychomimetic drugs at the Menlo Park Veteran's Hospital.
Mental deficiency and the clinical use or abuse of psychotropic and psychomimetic agents are also included.
Its main disadvantages are that it produces hypertension and precipitates psychomimetic emergence phenomena.
In addition, 3 weeks of lanicemine treatment did not result in any marked psychomimetic effects such as those produced by ketamine, an anesthetic and related drug that first showed clinical antidepressant effects more than a decade ago and led to lanicemine's testing, Dr.
Each patient was assessed on arrival in the recovery room for any psychomimetic effects and if present, 1 mg of midazolam was administered intravenously.