mind-altering


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mind-altering

(mīnd′ôl′tər-ĭng)
adj.
Producing distorted perceptions; hallucinogenic: a mind-altering drug.
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Powerful versions of the mind-altering drug are reportedly readily available in the UK and are still legal although it is banned in many countries.
In other words, these people enjoyed the inner benefits of a self-induced mystical encounter without ingesting any mind-altering drugs.
Meanwhile, a private Vancouver firm employs ibogaine, an unregulated mind-altering plant from West Africa, to help addicts kick their vice.
Add notes on mind-altering substances in occult practices an a detailed glossary of Greek and Latin magical terms and you have quite a different, enhanced version of the original, deserving of ongoing recommendation.
Public Schools, Public Menace" reveals how contemporary public schools deceive parents with respect to the quality of the education and personal safety being afforded their children; how the public school system's approach to literacy is actually impairing children's ability to read; why millions of school children are routinely subjected to mind-altering medications; how public schools are indoctrinating children with anti-parent, anti-American, and anti-Judeo/Christian values; and offers parents twenty-two specific danger signals alerting them as to when they should remove their children from a public school and seek an alternative for their educational needs.
A very important, convincingly argued, and mind-altering book.
We're talking a truly hopeless state of being will be the result of depression-established and withering consciousness between realities of mind-altering tribal doom.
Skin symptoms are treated with steroids, pains are eased with analgesics or more powerful painkillers, and any uncomfortable emotional state can usually be whisked away by visiting a physician who is willing to write a prescription for mind-altering medication.
During one of these storms, Randi Queson stumbles across a cave filled with Magi stones, jewel-like objects with powerful, mind-altering abilities.
Yet today, the child who fidgets or butts into line gets labeled with "attention deficit disorder" and put on one of the psychiatrist's mind-altering drugs--drugs in the same class as opium, morphine, and cocaine.
While the government continues a crackdown on medical-marijuana grannies, a lot of us evade the unpleasantness associated with illegal drug use by getting a legal high with any number of mood- and mind-altering prescription drugs currently flooding the U.
The authors conclude that parental exposures to hydrocarbons and mind-altering drugs, chemicals that have been previously suggested to increase the risk of childhood leukemia, are related to specific ras mutations in childhood ALL.