Melbourne, Oct 2 (ANI): A hallucinogenic drug that lasts three days longer than LSD is increasingly coming to the attention of police and health officials in South Australia.
The drug, referred to as DOI, has strong hallucinogenic properties including visual and audio distortion, SA Police Detective Inspector John de Candia said.
De Candia added that the effects of DOI are unpredictable and can vary for each user, reports News.com.au.
According to him, the Royal Adelaide Hospital has reported treating a number of hallucinogen overdoses from unknown substances consistent with the toxicity of DOI.
The effects included mood swings, anxiety, paranoia, exhilaration, numbness, muscle twitching, increased heart rate nd blood pressure, and nausea and vomiting. (ANI)