Deliriant

De·lir'i·ant noun [ See Delirium .] (Medicine) A poison which occasions a persistent delirium, or mental aberration (as belladonna).
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deliriant

<medicine> A poison which occasions a persistent delirium, or mental aberration (as belladonna). ... See: Delirium. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Deliriant

• (n.) A poison which occasions a persistent delirium, or mental aberration (as belladonna).
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deliriant

deliriant 1. A poison which occasions a persistent delirium, or mental aberration; such as, belladonna. 2. Capable of producing delirium. 3. A drug which may produce delirium. 4. A delirious person.
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Deliriant

Deliriants are a class of hallucinogen. The term was introduced by David F. Duncan and Robert S. Gold to distinguish these drugs from psychedelics, such as LSD, due to their primary effect of causing delirium, as opposed to the more lucid states produced by other hallucinogens (psychedelics and dissociatives). ==Effects== The delirium produced is
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