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Substance Snapshots

Substance snapshots aim to provide the general public with knowledge surrounding specific substances, classes of substances and methods of consumption. Each snapshot explains what the substance is, how it is commonly used, and possible side effects. They also outline when to seek emergency help and how to stay safer if using a particular substance.

Cannabinoids can be stimulating, hallucinogenic, or cause drowsiness. The main chemicals in Cannabinoids are THC (psychoactive) and CBD (calming). They are naturally produced from the cannabis plant.

You can view our DECYDE Substance Snapshot on Cannabinoids here

 

Depressants are a group of substances that slow down processes in your body, like messages between your brain and body. They are used for their relaxing and euphoric effect.

 

You can view our DECYDE Substance Snapshot on Depressants here. 

See our DECYDE Substance Snapshots on the following Depressants: 

 
 
 
 

Hallucinogens are also called psychedelics. They can cause changes in perception, mood, and thinking. They affect a person’s thinking, time, and emotions. cause hallucinations, creativity, and an “otherworldly” experience.

 

You can view our DECYDE Substance Snapshot on Hallucinogens here. 

See our DECYDE Substance Snapshots on the following Hallucinogens

Stimulants are a group of substances that speed up processes in your body, such as messages to your brain. People may use stimulants because they help them feel alert, confident, or euphoric.

 

You can view our DECYDE Substance Snapshot on Stimulants here. 

See our DECYDE Substance Snapshots on the following Stimulants:

See our DECYDE Substance Snapshots on the following other substances. 

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