The toxins affect the central nervous system (CNS). Symptoms start within twenty minutes and may last for two to four hours, but peak hallucinogenic activity rarely lasts for more than one hour. Symptoms include anxiety and tension, visual effects such as blurring, euphoria, increased color perception with closed eyes, but also headache and fatigue. The overall sensation is usually described as pleasant.
Treatment is infrequently required. Severe agitation, anxiety, and aggressive behavior respond to diazepam, for example. Rest in a dark, quiet room is sufficient for the majority of the cases.
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