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“recreational” drug is any natural or chemical substance that may alter or affect the physical and/or mental behavior of a person who consumes it. When someone takes drugs, specific hormones are released in his body, and are “digested” (processed) by the brain. Hence the fact that drug addicts usually try to find the easiest and quickest ways to inject drugs in their blood network.
Drugs are usually taken to enhance one aspect of the consumers' personality or to push back their physical limits: some drugs make consumers feel like their mental capacity is being increased tenfold, some alters their five senses, provoke hallucinations and others bring to surface thoughts and memories that had lied so far dormant in their consciousness. A “trip”, that is the lapse during which drugs take effects, may last one hour or several days..
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Taking psychoactive drugs is illegal in most countries, yet laws on drugs vary from one country to an other. It's is illegal because people under the influence of drugs may be a danger for the others as for themselves. For instance, some drugs annihilates your capacity to think reasonably: you feel like trapped in your own consciousness, and like you'll never be able to get back to normal. Indeed, some people might not stand the reality viewed from an other thought-perspective. It can be unbearable to see facets of your personality that you had never seen before. Not to mention that an overdose of some drugs may kill you straight...
Some drugs are natural resources, like cannabis, symbol of the sixties. The Netherlands' rules allow the consumption of cannabis, yet France or the United States strongly believe that taking cannabis is a first stage in an escalating process of drug addiction.