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Drug and street term: Beast

To better inform everyone, we had a round table discussion with teens from Inspirations for Youth and Families about drug and street terms everyone may want to know. The definition below is based on collective information gathered from teens within our rehab and online research.
Beast (beest) (n.) – The street term used for psychedelic the drug LSD.

Inspirations LSD Treatment

Lysergic Acid Diathylamide (LSD) is a psychoactive hallucinogenic drug that comes in a various forms but has been popularized through blotting papers. These are small paper squares dipped in LSD to be placed on the tongue and absored. Other forms include powders, crystals, liquid,pills, sugar and gelatin squares.

Inspirations for Youth and Families is a residential facility for teens specializing in all types of substance abuse and addiction, including LSD. LSD abuse requires therapeutic treatment and at times, even psychological help; that’s what we’re here for. We understand what you are going through and we care about the future of your teen. Our gender based treatment program includes family therapy, music and art therapy, psychotherapy and recreational therapy. Along with the proper care from licensed, in-house therapists and a superior staff, we are confident that our teen rehab can be a step in the right direction for you and your teen.

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Drug and street terms you may want to know: Beast
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