Psycho active substances act on brain and alter its function temporarily. These chemicals change the mood of the person and helps them to relieve their stresses. There can be more changes in behaviour, consciousness and also perception for temporary time. Usually the psychoactive substances act on the central nervous system. The THCV Edibles contains cannabinoid which is a psychoactive substance. These mainly act on the neurotransmitters. The neurotransmitters are the substances which take response from the body and transmit it to the brain. The neurotransmitters are dopamine, serotonin, gamma-aminobutyric acid and norepinephrine. These act as chemical messengers from the body to the brain. The substances which enhances these neurotransmitters are agonists and which inhibits their activity or known as antagonists. The, neurotransmitter systems are divided based on the type of neurotransmitter acting. The dopaminergic system system usually deals with the motivation, mood and reward. The drugs which effects this system are amphetamines and cocaine. The serotonergic system effects the sleep patten, appetite and also impacts the mood. The psychoactive substances like psilocybin show effect on the serotonin receptors. The GABAergic system acts on the GABA receptors. This system shows the regulation on the relaxation and the anxiety. The anxiolytics and sedatives shows effect on the GABA receptors. The different modes of the administration of the psychoactive substances are inhalation, injection, ingestion and topical. The inhalation of the psychoactive substances occurs through the nose and helps in the rapid absorption of the substance through the lungs. Ingestion is taking the substances directly through the mouth. This leads to the absorption of the substances directly through the digestive system. This is the easy and time taking method for taking any medication. In the form of injection, it is risky and rapid in action. It can be given in veins known as intravenous and in muscles known as intramuscular. The application of substances directly on the skin is the topical and the absorption occurs through the skin. The short term effects of the psychoactive substances are altered perception and euphoria. Impaired coordination may also present in some individuals after taking the psychoactive substances. Based on the age, weight, metabolism and health of the individual, it is important to take the psychoactive substances. In some cases, there may be the presence of addiction which can make the person to face the difficulty for the withdrawal.
Understanding the effects of the psychoactive substances make the person understand and have to decide whether they have to take it or not.