Researchers Find DXM Has Different Effects Than Psilocybin
Study shows psilocybin produces greater "visual, mystical-type, insightful, and musical experiences" while dextromethorphan (DXM) causes greater feelings of disembodiment.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine report that psilocybin produced greater “visual, mystical-type, insightful, and musical experiences” while dextromethorphan (DXM) produced greater disembodiment. Also, both substances increased heart rate, systolic blood pressure, and pupil dilation while decreasing balance and psychomotor performance.
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