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What do overdoses of "hallucinogens" do to the brain that is seemingly irreparable?


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Something with 5HT2A receptor overstimulation.. which tells the GABA-B inhibition to stop.. And then some pyramidial cells commit harakiri due to increased electrical firing.. And then this whole pathway looks like a city hit by a tsunami and might not fix itself, leaving you with HPPD, DP/DR and feeling perma-fried! Something like that! :D

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