Q&A 14 - Neurotoxicity Of LSD, Psychedelics Triggering Schizophrenia (And More)

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In this video I discuss the apparent similarities between DEET and cathinone, the neurotoxicity of LSD, and differences between cocaine and methamphetamine, among other things.

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00:20 - "I've noticed the structure of DEET is very similar to cathinone, could you do something about that?"

00:52 - "I always hate the 18-year-old thing. 21 is a much safer age, given that's around when the brain is finished developing."

02:37 - "What is more neurotoxic, MDMA (and analogs) or LSD (and analogs)?"

03:37 - "Any similarities between crack cocaine and methamphetamine? They seem to be similar with their effects."

04:38 - "Seth, I love your channel, but I've got a question for you. Do you think doing psychedelics contributes to schizophrenia or causes schizophrenia?"

Reddit discussion: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheDrugClassroom/comments/6m22v4/qa_14_neurotoxicity_of_lsd_psychedelics/
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