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Synesthesia Drug

Adrug that causes limited synesthesia
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How about a drug that has no other effect than to cause limited synesthesia. Hear color, see music, feel tastes, etc. Maybe have a series of drugs, each with a different sense swap.
amadeus, Sep 20 2000

Chemical change reversal http://www.halfbake...dea/Blink_20Counter
All drugs do this -- wokka wokka [reensure, Sep 20 2000]

Synesthesia: Phenomology and Neuropsychology http://psyche.cs.mo...e-2-10-cytowic.html
More info on what sythesthesia actually is [amadeus, Sep 20 2000, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       You need help.
thumbwax, Sep 20 2000

       How about a drug that makes plastic look like wood. Maybe have a series of drugs, that make different types of plastic look like different types of wood.
Jim, Sep 20 2000

       or just one that switches colors, all yellows are red, blacks are green, etc.
raisin, Sep 29 2000

       There you go! Legalize LSD! It's the re-incarnation of Dr. Timothy Leary!!
amsmith170, Aug 08 2001

       Fly Agaric (amanita muscaria, the infamous red and white 'toadstool') causes synesthesia, tasting colours, feeling sound etc. Most people think this is a deadly species but there are no known deaths from amanita poisoning. It has been used as a recreational/shaminic drug throughout history. Other hallucinogens like LSD mainly effect the visual experience, but the active psychoactive in fly agaric, muscimol, makes all the senses highly linked. This is the only substance i know of that causes synesthesia.
skorpius, Dec 15 2006

       or salvia divinorum which is legal in many countries.
ollie2000, Dec 17 2006


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