mind-altering

[mahynd-awl-ter-ing]
adjective
causing marked changes in patterns of mood and behavior, as a hallucinogenic drug.
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mind-altering adj.
Producing mood changes or distorted perceptions; hallucinogenic.

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Chemical dependency is an addiction to and compulsive use of any mind-altering drug, including alcohol.
Inhalants include a variety of products that produce breathable chemical vapors that can have mind-altering effects.
Inhalants are chemical vapors that produce mind-altering effects when users inhale them by sniffing or snorting.
The vapors produce mind-altering, and sometimes disastrous, effects.
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