So, I checked the articles in wikipedia, it says LSD, is an agonist of serotonin 5-HT2a, and a partial agonist, of dopamine D2-receptors, which is why it is thought to cause hallucinations . .
Under Abilify it says, that it’s a partial agonist of serotonin, and a partial agonist of D2-receptors, thought to cause hallucinations, psychosis . .
The article in wiki about Abilify is conflicting, one article says Abilify is a partial agonist of serotonin 5-HT2a, another says it’s an antagonist . . I’ve checked the two articles, that are cited, one is from 2003, and is made by researchers without any conflicts of interest, and it clearly says, abilify is a PARTIAL AGONIST of serotonin 5-HT2a :
" Functionally, aripiprazole is an inverse agonist at 5-HT(2B) receptors and displays partial agonist actions at 5-HT(2A), 5-HT(2C), D(3), and D(4) receptors. "
But, another articles says it’s an antagonist of 5-HT2a :
" Aripiprazole has a unique mechanism of action as a dopamine D2 partial agonist, serotonin 5-HT(1A) partial agonist and serotonin 5-HT(2A) antagonist. "
So, I’m wondering which it is, which article is incorrect, it could very well make you hallucinate, if it is a PARTIAL AGONIST ( activator ) of 5-HT2a, and also D2-dopamine receptor PARTIAL AGONIST ( activator ), it basically works like LSD, in the brain . .
" Most serotonergic psychedelics are not significantly dopaminergic, and LSD is therefore atypical in this regard. The agonism of the D2 receptor by LSD may contribute to its psychoactive effects in humans. "
They think LSD causes hallucinations by stimulating BOTH 5-HT2a ( serotonin 2a ) and dopamine D2 receptors, it’s an agonist, of those receptors . . How can I find out if Abilify is a partial agonist of 5-HT2a, or an antagonist . .
I hallucinated all night, on Abilify, and I met a danish girl, who also hallucinated on Abilify, and so far four other people that have . . Is Abilify a hallucinogen, in some people . . . .