Anthropology

Costa Rica warns of new drug used in concerts

San Jose, Mar 2 (Prensa Latina) The director of the Costa Rican Drug Institute (ICD), Guillermo Araya, has warned today about the use of a plant called ”peyote”, mescaline or ”big chief” as hallucinogen in concerts and recreational relaxation activities.

The report of the entity states that ‘peyote produces its effects initially interrupting the interaction of nerve cells with the neurotransmitter serotonin … the short and long-term effects are similar to the drug LSD.

Original Article (Plenglish):
Costa Rica warns of new drug used in concerts
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