The Truth About LSD

LSD is one of the most potent, mood-changing chemicals. It is manufactured from lysergic acid, which is found in the ergot fungus that grows on rye and other grains.


Mother to Baby Factsheet- LSD


Tips For Teens: The Truth About Hallucinogens

Informs teens about the dangers of drugs such as LSD, PCP, and psilocybin or "mushrooms." Outlines health risks associated with these hallucinogens, signs of their use, and legal repercussions of the possession of hallucinogens. Includes Q&A and resources.


Research Report: Inhalant Abuse

Although many parents are appropriately concerned about illicit drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, and LSD, they often ignore the dangers posed to their children from common household products that contain volatile solvents or aerosols.


Research Report: Inhalant Abuse (Spanish)

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The Truth About Ecstasy

Ecstasy is illegal. The Drug Enforcement Administration classifies it as a Schedule I drug, a description reserved for dangerous substances with no recognized medical use. Other Schedule I drugs include heroin and LSD. Penalties for possession, delivery and manufacturing of Ecstasy can include jail sentences of four years to life, and fines from $250,000 to $4 million, depending on the amount of the drug you have in your possession.


The Truth About Synthetic Drugs

Synthetic drugs are created using man-made chemicals rather than natural ingredients. A number of synthetic drugs on the market, including Ecstasy, LSD and methamphetamine, are described in other booklets in The Truth About Drugs series. This booklet gives the facts about “synthetic marijuana” (Spice or K2), “synthetic stimulants” (Bath Salts) and a drug known as “N-bomb.” These are among the synthetic drugs known as “designer drugs.”