This will be a public poll.
They are contra-addictive. Do some people get lost in the moment? Yes, sadly. But addictive in the traditional sense - no, not at all.
Only opiates and nicotine are truly addictive. Pot and Meth are "psychologically addictive" but not at all physically addictive.
Cocaine. Strange, stupid drug. I've seen people get so psychologically addicted they throw their lives away but it is not addictive per se.
(the above is only an opinion. Please consult with your drug dealer before investing)
The last time I ingested any l.s.d. was in 1974, and psilocybin 1976.
I can assure you, they aren't addictive.
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
Cocaine is kind of weird. I've seen people lose it but once they ran out of money, they didn't really show withdrawal symptoms per se.
I said I wasn't sure. I am guessing they are not inherently addictive, but I also assume that some people who are Polysubstance Dependent would use them habitually if available, though that probably speaks more to the person's indiscriminate substance addiction tendencies than the psychoactivity of the substances themselves.
"The knowledge and prudence of the poor themselves, are absolutely the only means by which any general and permanent improvement in their condition can be effected." - Thomas Malthus