anticholinergic hallucinogen

anticholinergic hallucinogen
   A term that is sometimes used as a synonym for true hallucinogen and "deliriant. Within the group of biologically active alkaloids, for example, various substances are classified as anti-cholinergic hallucinogens.
   Roberts, M.F., Wink, M. (1998). Alkaloids. Biochemistry, ecology, and medicinal applications. New York, NY: Plenum Press.

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