Colour replacement is an effect which can be described as the experience of one's visual field as a whole or specific objects and sections within it becoming replaced with an alternative colour which differs from their original appearance. For example, one's vision could turn purple, the green leaves of a tree could become red or a black car could become white.
Although similar, this component differs from colour shifting as it is a static change in colour which remains still and semi-permanent as opposed to constantly cycling between various hues, tints and shades.
Compounds which may cause this effect commonly include:
25I-NBOMe, DMT, DPT, Efavirenz, MET
Documentation written by Josie Kins