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  • Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD) support forum - HPPD, flashbacks, drug-induced visual snow syndrome and depersonalization/derealization.

    Common HPPD symptoms: visual snow, palinopsia (trails/afterimages), increased BFEP, increased floaters, ghosting, halos, starbursts, macropsia/micropsia, geometric hallucinations, closed-eye visuals, flashbacks, depersonalization/derealization, anxiety, depression, brain fog, cognitive dysfunction, tinnitus.

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    • Im starting to wonder if this could just be a depletion or depositing of elements or molecules in the CNS
    • Idk why tf you know that lmao, to my understanding all that is correct but i was under the impression that it was actually just inaccurately translated to sorcery in biblical scriptures, i could only assume roman catholics used it to dampen occult sciences that could possibly jeopardize their belief structure. 
    • No neurotoxicity..... Behavioural and neurotoxic effects of ayahuasca infusion (Banisteriopsis caapi and Psychotria viridis) in female Wistar rat. Pic-Taylor A1, da Motta LG2, de Morais JA1, Junior WM1, Santos Ade F2, Campos LA3, Mortari MR3, von Zuben MV4, Caldas ED5. Author information Abstract Ayahuasca, a psychoactive beverage used by indigenous and religious groups, is generally prepared by the coction of Psychotria viridis and Banisteriopsis caapi plants containing N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and β-carboline alkaloids, respectively. To investigate the acute toxicity of ayahuasca, the infusion was administered by gavage to female Wistar rats at doses of 30X and 50X the dose taken during a religious ritual, and the animals observed for 14 days. Behavioural functions were investigated one hour after dosing at 15X and 30X using the open field, elevated plus maze, and forced swimming tests. Neuronal activation (c-fos marked neurons) and toxicity (Fluoro-Jade B and Nissl/Cresyl staining) were investigated in the dorsal raphe nuclei (DRN), amygdaloid nucleus, and hippocampal formation brain areas of rats treated with a 30X ayahuasca dose. The actual lethal oral dose in female Wistar rats could not be determined in this study, but was shown to be higher than the 50X (which corresponds to 15.1mg/kg bw DMT). The ayahuasca and fluoxetine treated groups showed a significant decrease in locomotion in the open field and elevated plus-maze tests compared to controls. In the forced swimming test, ayahuasca treated animals swam more than controls, a behaviour that was not significant in the fluoxetine group. Treated animals showed higher neuronal activation in all brain areas involved in serotoninergic neurotransmission. Although this led to some brain injury, no permanent damage was detected. These results suggest that ayahuasca has antidepressant properties in Wistar female at high doses, an effect that should be further investigated.
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    • Kleine

      If you don't know what your talking about if your not a medical professional don't try to diagnose me I did lots lots of acid my symptoms did not start until I had a bad trip I remember the trip vividly I have been under the care of psychiatrist and therapist ever since my pet peeve is people who think they know something if Ithink I don't know if know I don't think
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    • Kleine

      I am an artist in love with nature I find writing poetry and songs taking pictures and painting is great outlet for my insanity
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    • MrCipher  »  Onemorestep

      you mentioned how baclofen can can your brain in a semi permanent way, can you please elaborate on that?  
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