UNC study explains why “acid trips” last so long

By George Heath

The study found that LSD molecules are held onto serotonin receptors (pictured above) for longer than serotonin molecules.

Researchers from the UNC Department of Pharmacology’s “Roth-Lab”, a lab that studies cellular proteins, have released new findings on the hallucinogenic drug LSD. Among those findings: a discovery on why the drug creates such long lasting effects. George Heath reports.

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