Substance Summaries

The following articles break down the general subjective effects of hallucinogens into simple and easy to understand descriptions with accompanying image replications. This is done without relying on metaphor, analogy or personal trip reports.

The descriptions are not specific to any particular substances but are applicable to the effects which commonly occur under the influence of the three main classes of hallucinogen: psychedelics, deliriants, and dissociatives.

Each article begins with descriptions of the simpler effects and progressively work their way up towards effects of greater complexity. These descriptions are shortened summaries, and their full-length articles are clearly linked.