Yep. None of those are inherently bad, either, but each can be misused. None of those need be eliminated from the planet; each needs to be used properly.Custer said:Drugs are objects...hmmmm.
Does that benign status apply to other things found in nature like asbestos, lead, mercury and so on?
Actually, hallucinogens are among the safest of drugs. Tolerance to them is so complete and so rapid that it is nearly entirely impossible to become strung out on them (if you do acid today, you won't be able to get off very well on it if you take it again tomorrow), and magnitude of a lethal dose compared to an intoxicating dose of LSD is so astronomical that there isn't a single human fatality from LSD overdose recorded.Preacher said:And Hallucinogens don't?
Yea they arent fatal till you jump out a 5th story window..Dzerzhinsky said:And pointing out, since you asked, that psychedelics are a class of drugs with about the least instrinsic dangers to oneself. We're still waiting for a human LSD fatal overdose; that can be said of very very few other drugs, including aspirin.