Archive for October, 2011
by admin, October 22, 2011
A stroke is caused by a sudden blockage of blood flow to the brain. In can also be the result of a ruptured blood vessel in the brain. In either case it will lead to a loss of consciousness, sometimes the loss of speech, and the inhibition of movement of certain body parts.
The effects of a stroke can affect differing people in different ways. But the effects primarily depend upon the area of the brain affected and the degree of damage caused.
Any kind of injury to the brain can result in the senses being affected along with loss of mobility in either the arms or legs. Difficulties may be encountered with either speaking or the understanding of speech.
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by admin, October 13, 2011
Ayahuasca is obtained from the plant of the same name originating in the Perivian-Amazonian region of South America. It is a psychedelic type of drug which contains strong hallucinogenic alkaloids.
The effects of ayahuasca will be felt within one hour of the drug being ingested, and the effects will be experienced for up to about six hours. Ayahuasca is not an addictive drug, and appears to be fairly harmless, but may cause nausea when taking the substance for the first time.
Ayahuasca can bring about two effects for any person ingesting the substance; physical effects and mental effects.
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by admin, October 4, 2011
Fantasy is a drug. It is an illegal depressant type of drug comprised of Gamma hydroxybutyrate which acts on the nervous system in such a manner as to cause the natural brain activities to slow down.
Other drugs which act as depressants include alcohol, benzodiazepines, and heroine. The GBH occurs naturally in the brain, and has been utilized as a general anesthetic, but subsequently has been withdrawn from use due to unforeseen an unwanted side effects.
Used as an illegal substance the drug fantasy also carries the common names of scope,, scoop, cherry meth, and of course grievous bodily harm (GBH)!
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