Reply To: What are Psychedelic substances or Psychedelics?

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Psychedelic substances or Psychedelics are hallucinogenic substances that after consumption produce a feeling of heightened sensory awareness in a user and the user has subjective experience that his or her mind is expanding. User feels a sort of religious experience, and feels as if he or she is in union with the entire universe or all of the humanity. Ayahuasca tea or beverage (What is Ayahuasca?) is an example of a psychedelic.

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