Acute Physiologic and Chronic Histologic Changes in Rats and Mice Exposed to the Unique Hallucinogen Salvinorin A

@article{Mowry2003AcutePA,
  title={Acute Physiologic and Chronic Histologic Changes in Rats and Mice Exposed to the Unique Hallucinogen Salvinorin A},
  author={M. Mowry and M. Mosher and W. Briner},
  journal={Journal of Psychoactive Drugs},
  year={2003},
  volume={35},
  pages={379 - 382}
}
Abstract Salvinorin A is a unique hallucinogen that is seeing increased use in humans. It is not currently a controlled substance and is used as a legal alternative to controlled substances. Usually smoked or buccally absorbed by chewing, doses of approximately 200mcg can produce profound hallucinogenic effects of short duration. The mechanism of action of salvinorin A is at the k-opioid receptor. Little data is available on the medical effects of this substance so animal studies were… Expand
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