LSD is a synthetic lysergamide which was used as a psychotherapeutic aid before it was made illegal. LSD belongs to the group of psychedelics.
HOW TO USE
Drop on blotter sheets, sugar cubes or on a tea spoon etc.
Quantity Of Drops Per Vial
LSD stands for its chemical name, lysergic acid diethylamide, and is commonly called acid.
It’s a powerful hallucinogenic drug, which means you’re likely to experience a distorted view of objects and reality if you take it. The experience of taking LSD is called tripping.
Our LSD liquid trips can last several hours and can be very intense.
When you take LSD liquid, there’s no way of knowing how you might feel or what kind of trip you’re going to go on. And once you start tripping it’s difficult to control the effects.
Can I Micro-dose LSD
Yes absolutely, taking a small enough dose of LSD tend to improve mood, induce physical and mental stimulation, and encourage creative thinking without producing full hallucinations.
HOW IT FEELS
How does it make you feel?
For most people, the world appears distorted when they take LSD. Colours, sounds, objects and even time can all seem very strange and disturbing.
Taking LSD can make you feel:
- in awe of the people and things around you
- It can also make you:
- see and hear things that aren’t there (hallucinate)
LSD feeds off your imagination so every person’s experience is unique.
How the trip goes will be affected by how much you take, your surroundings, who you’re with and how comfortable you are with them, as well as by your mood.
If you’re in a bad mood, feeling worried or depressed, the LSD might make those feelings worse.
How does it make people behave?
This depends on how much LSD liquid drops the person has taken. Just a drop can make someone without any LSD experience have an intense trip.
People on LSD might be quieter than usual as they’re so ‘in their heads’. Some people have trouble speaking when they’re on LSD.
People who take larger doses can act unpredictably. They can become fixated on certain things, emotional, paranoid or even aggressive.
How long the effects last and the drug stays in your system depends on how much you’ve taken, your size and what other drugs you may have also taken.
To kick in
LSD can take from 10 minutes to 45 minutes to take effect, but it really depends on how much the user takes.
If you feel that you’re having, or are going to have, a bad trip, let your friends know and get their help. Go to a nice, quiet spot where you feel safe and can relax.
How long will it be detectable?
LSD will typically show up in a urine sample for 1 to 3 days.
How long a drug can be detected for depends on how much is taken and which testing kit is used. This is only a general guide.
Physical health risks
There’s no evidence to suggest that LSD does any long-term physical damage.
However, people have been known to harm themselves during a bad trip. So people in a bad mood, feeling depressed or worried should avoid taking the drug.
Mental health risks
- If you have mental health problems, or a history of mental health problems in your family, taking LSD could make them worse.
- If you panic on a trip it can be scary and confusing. A bad trip could be your worst nightmare come to life.
- LSD could have serious, longer-term implications for somebody who has a history of mental health problems. It may also be responsible for setting off a mental health problem that had previously gone unnoticed.
- Flashbacks, or ongoing visual distortions, can occasionally happen, often causing great distress. Sometimes these experiences are called Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD), although very little is known about why some people are vulnerable or how to help them.
Is it dangerous to mix with other drugs?
Yes. Every time you mix drugs you take on new risks. However, some drugs are more dangerous to mix with LSD than others.
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