The effects of research chemicals on mind and body are said to be felt within a short span of time after intake. They are mostly consumed in the form of pills or shots. While their applications are well known in the fields of pharmacology and other research areas, little has been known about the effects when they are consumed. Even through research works have analyzed and scanned the physical effects, it is the users who are able to gauge the mental and psychological effects. Since they vary in each person, the categorization of such effects based on a thumb of rule could prove to be elusive.
Hallucinations Caused by Research Chemicals (RC)
Hallucination is said to be the state of human mind when it fails to differentiate between illusion and reality. Some people who consume these types of chemical may experience bliss; in others they may invoke feelings of fear and uncertainty at times.
- The physical tingling sensations caused by RC is said to be felt by the nerves. Many of the users have said that they feel a “current” passing through their nerves when they listen to their favorite music. This sensation could also be felt when they think of their loved ones or recall listening to the music or certain event from the past. Even though the exact reasons for these sensations have not been clinically established, medical experts believe that the ability of the brain in receiving and sending electrical pulses seems to be enhanced by the research chemicals.
- The sensation seems to increase with time for the same dosage of research chemicals or increased dosage, depending on the habituation patterns of the user. For example a user might feel the sensations after 1MG of the chemical in the initial stages of consumption. Once his body gets conditioned to it he may need 1.5MG or even 2MG to produce the same level of tingling sensation. This might remain consistent over a period of time, slowly increasing in dosage or it may consistently increase with time.
- The motor controls of the consumer might increase temporarily. He may feel he is able to control his senses better. His perceptions about the external world also undergo a profound change. He might start experiencing life more closely than ever before. Foods taste better, music sounds marvelous and his sensuality might reach the peaks. There could be several other effects from the research chemicals.
- However the effects of research chemicals are said to be relatively temporal in nature, depending on the extent to which his body is conditioned to the chemicals. As the effects start receding, his body may become rigid and lethargic. He may be unable to set his focus on any specific object or task unless he is able to regain them with the help of the RC. This cycle could continue to a point when his body and the brain get addicted to the research chemical. This is when the feelings of hallucinations seem to fade away.