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I disagree. I think it's more like an extreme "fight or flight" response - time slows down, senses are enhanced, etc. Of course, in larger amounts (useful doses) one is reduced to contemplating the universe or listening to music one wave at a time... ħuman 03:25, 6 March 2010 (UTC)
- In large doses it does mimic psychosis, hence it's use by psychologists in the early days who'd take it with patients in order to connect with them. Acei9 03:27, 6 March 2010 (UTC)
This is extremely unscientific to put it mildly. There is no evidence whatsoever that shows that LSD causes schizophrenia. This should be removed. — Unsigned, by: 22.214.171.124 / talk / contribs 02:36, 8 November 2013 (UTC)
Expert help please
Tried to add some stuff about how LSD works. I was able to get down shit about how it’s a serotonin receptor agonist etc. but tbh I don’t fully understand anything further than that. I know there’s some kind of crosswiring as described here, but this shit is way too advanced for me. Someone who understands brain stuff, please help! A S E L A និយាយ 11:35, 5 December 2019 (UTC)