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mood-modifying substances


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A general term for illicit street drugs that act by elevating or otherwise altering emotional states (mood) or are hallucinogenic. Most have harmful effects, e.g., on cardiovascular, respiratory, and/or neuropsychiatric function. Examples include LSD, cannabis, Benzedrine, and derivatives.

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