Amikeco wrote:Do you have nothing else to do?
linguaholic wrote:The effect wasn't that strong for me, but interesting. Now I feel slightly dizzy. I can think of better ways of spending my money than on acid.
LSD is list I / schedule I in the Netherlands. This makes it illegal to possess, distribute, and produce without a license. The use of LSD is not illegal. Source: http://www.trimbos.nl/default14550.html. (thanks A)
''' wrote:Peotl is also illegal even though it's found to grow in the wild.
I tried it (the clip) it just made the things in the center of my vision look as though I had a lense there. cool, but as an ophtalmologist's son, not novel. Still fun, but I'll take my acid now thanks.
The effective dose for mescaline is about 300 to 500 mg (equivalent to roughly 5 grams of dried peyote) and the effects last about 10 to 12 hours.
United States federal law (and many state laws) protects the harvest, possession, consumption and cultivation of peyote as part of "bonafide religious ceremonies" (the federal statute is 42 USC §1996a, "Traditional Indian religious use of the peyote sacrament," exempting only Native American use, while some state laws exempt any general "bonafide religious activity"). American jurisdictions enacted these specific statutory exemptions in reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Employment Division v. Smith, 494 U.S. 872 (1990), which held that laws prohibiting the use of peyote that do not specifically exempt religious use nevertheless do not violate the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. Peyote is listed by the United States DEA as a Schedule I controlled substance. Although many American jurisdictions specifically allow religious use of peyote, religious or therapeutic use not under the aegis of the Native American Church has often been targeted by local law enforcement agencies, and non-Natives attempting to establish spiritual centers based on the consumption of peyote as a sacrament or as medicine, such as the Peyote Foundation in Arizona, have been prosecuted. The Peyote Way Church of God  in Arizona is a spiritual center that welcomes all races to Peyotism.
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