Psychoactive drugs

Psychoactive drugs Photo Psychoactive drugs are substances that, when taken in or administered into one's system, disturb mental progressions, e.g. cognition. This term and its equivalent, psychotropic drug, are the most neutral and descriptive term for the whole class of substances, licit and illicit, of interest to drug policy. ‘Psychoactive’ does not necessarily imply dependence-producing, and in common idiom, the term is often left unspecified, as in ‘drug use’ or ‘substance abuse’.

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