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Dissociatives (also referred to as 'dissociative anesthetics') are a class of psychedelic drugs. They can be characterized by distorted sensory perceptions and feelings of disconnection or detachment from the environment and one's self. The individual effects of each dissociative can vary greatly between each person using them.


Drug Classification

Drug Schedule

Schedule III

Body Temperature

Pupil Size

Reaction to Light

Muscle Tone

Short Term Side Effects

Long Term Side Effects

Other Side effects

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