Lsd

(semi-synthetic hallucinogen)

Lysergic Acid Hydroxyethylamlde (hallucinogenic principle of Ololiuqui)

iso LSD

(semi-synthetic compound)

Serotonine (a brain hormor.e)

The active properties of hallucinogens are due not only to their composition w!*h certain atoms the spatial arrangement of the atoms in the molecule is equally important in determining the hallucinogenic effects. As an example LSD and iso-LSD (at right) consist of the same elements, but they differ in the spatial arrangement of the diethylamide group. In comparison to LSD. iso-LSD is practically without hallucinogenic e'fect

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