Amphetamines (Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs) download epub
by Scott E. Lukas
In 1932 amphetamine was included as the active ingredient in the Benzedrine inhaler, and the general public was . They will learn what it means to get 'hooked' and how it happens.
Abuse spread quickly and involved many segments of the population - truck drivers, students, athletes, troops, entertainers, and housewives. Today nearly one-third of all high school seniors have at least tried amphetamine. They will learn how drugs affect their driving, their school work and those around them - their peers, their family, their friends, and their employers.
Part of a series entitled Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs, this book sets out to inform the reader about . Amphetamines (Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs) Paperback – December, 1985. by. Scott E. Lukas (Author).
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A psychoactive drug,, or psychotropic drug is a chemical substance that changes brain function and results in alterations in perception, mood, consciousness, cognition, or behavior.
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¢ Examines 414 psychoactive plants and related substances. ¢ Explores how using psychoactive plants in a culturally sanctioned context can produce important insights into the nature of reality. ¢ Contains 797 color photographs and 645 black-and-white illustrations. In the traditions of every culture, plants have been highly valued for their nourishing, healing, and transformative properties. The most powerful plants-those known to transport the human mind into other dimensions of consciousness-have traditionally been regarded as sacred.
Amphetamines Definition Amphetamines are a group of drugs that stimulate the central nervous system. However, amphetamines have a great potential for abuse. Some of the brand names of amphetamines sold in the United States are Dexedrine, Biphetamine, Das, Dexampex, Ferndex, Oxydess II, Spancap No 1, Desoxyn, and Methampex. The "high" created by stimulants makes people feel good, but only temporarily.
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Encyclopedia of Psychopharmacology. Berlin; London: Springer. p. 78. ISBN 9783540686989.
Amphetamine is considered to be the quintessential member of the stimulant class due to its extensively studied effects and long history of clinical use. Subjective effects include stimulation, focus enhancement, motivation enhancement, increased libido, appetite suppression, and euphoria. It is usually taken orally, but can also be insufflated, injected, or administered rectally. Lower doses are commonly reported to increase focus and productivity while higher doses tend to increase sociability, sexual desire, and euphoria. Encyclopedia of Psychopharmacology.