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Nicknames include a, acid, animal, barrels, battery acid, beast, Big D, black acid, black star, black sunshine, black tabs, blotter, blotter acid, blotter cube, blue acid, blue barrels, blue chairs, blue cheers, blue heaven, blue microdot, blue mist, blue moons, blue star, blue vials, brown bombers, brown dots, California sunshine, cap, chief, chocolate chips, cid, coffee, conductor, contact lens, crackers, crystal tea, cubes, cupcakes, d, deeda, domes, dots, double dome, electric Kool-Aid, fields, flash, flat blues, ghost, God's flesh, golden dragon, goofy's, grape parfait, green double domes, green single domes, green wedge, grey shields, hats, hawaiian sunshine, hawk, haze, headlights, heavenly blue, instant zen, l, lason sa daga, LBJ, lens, lime acid, little smoke, logor, Lucy in the sky with diamonds, lysergide, mellow yellow, mickey's, microdot, mighty Quinn, mind detergent, one way, optical illusions, orange barrels, orange cubes, orange haze, orange micro, orange wedges, Owsley, Owsley's acid, pane, paper acid, peace, peace tablets, pearly gates, pellets, pink blotters, pink Owsley, pink panther, pink robots, pink wedge, pink witches, potato, pure love, purple barrels, purple flats, purple haze, purple hearts, purple ozoline, recycle, royal blues, Russian sickles, sacrament, sandoz, smears, snowmen, squirrel, strawberries, strawberry fields, sugar, sugar cubes, sugar lumps, sunshine, tabs, tail lights, ticket, trip, twenty-five, vodka acid, wedding bells, wedges, white dust, white lightning, white Owsley's, window glass, window pane, yellow, yellow dimples, yellow sunshine, zen, zig zag man
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A tab is one of the common ways that LSD is stored for use. It is a very small piece of paper that comes off of a larger sheet of paper that has been soaked in LSD and allowed… to dry so that the fibers of the paper are soaked with LSD. One of the main reasons it is divided up into tabs is for ease of use and for making estimating doses easier, but LSD can vary from low potency to very high potency depending on type, person taking it and many other factors around you. The strength is impossible to know until it has been taken, which makes this purpose not very effective. To learn more and to see pictures search for LSD on Wikipedia and Erowid. While LSD can be a very helpful tool and much more for some it is quite dangerous and/or frightening for the unexperienced and unready, so know the effects, know yourself, and be comfortable where you may be and who you are with. Once you have, and know you are ready, you should have no problems and be able to enjoy the experience thoroughly.
Its not bad for you. There has been no evidence to suggest it is harmful to the body or mind. Albert Hoffman (the man who discovered it) used it most of his life and lived to …be 102. LSD is one of the least toxic drugs known.
LSD is a combinations of things that are hard to explain to people who have never taken hallucinogenics, its one of he drugs greatest faults. That you can realize such amazing… things, examples of beauty and horror all around you, whatever kind of realizations an idividual makes, they usually cant convey that to someone whos never tripped. It drives some people crazy, and some to do better things. To explain LSD, or any trip for that matter, is a drug that induces an Epiphany, or multiple for that matter. Colors may seem brighter, or of a more contrasting shade or tone to the other colors around it, while they too are doing the same thing. Objects can seem as if there "breathing" like pulsing back and forth, or distorting slightly. Think of the mind as a block clay. the experiences you face in every day like shape and mold that block of clay, into whatever your present state of mind is. whether it be happiness or anger, which is amplfied by lysergic acid. Making everything you experience, everything that happens near you or inside of you when you are in an LSD trip, will change the way you think, for better or for worst. That's where alot of the fear comes from. a bad "trip" never had one. but you can control your environment, that's what makes us human, so therefore we control our mood. and we control the way in which our mind functions. to come to new realizations, rather than fear the unknown or menial problems. A trip is an experience. With LSD, its a thought, an idea, a realization, a change in the mind, as i said before. whatever it may be, you never forget it. it sticks to your brain. it stays with you, whether good or bad. that's up to you to decide. in the end, youll always have your memories, for a place to go, and hide out.
Green and blue mold (Claviceps fungus) is first infested on a ryeplant and colonized. The ergot is then extracted from the Clavicepsfungus or it can be from morning glory seed…s or Hawaiian babywoodrose seeds and boiled in ether. LSD boils to the surface and isthan removed and placed in a container or on blotter paper.
Lysergic acid (LSD) has been tested to be safer than acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin). Take it in a way that is safe and responsible, which means; 1. Check your sources. … 2. Do it with people you trust, in a safe place. 3. Don't push your limits too far or too fast on the dosage. 4. Do it only if you are feeling good, mentally and physically.
LSD causes delusions and hallucinations. Users may feel increased creative thinking, sensory enhancement, mood lift, subjective feelings of increased awareness and sense of se…lf, anxiety, distorted perception of time, and confusion, among other effects.
In theory LSD can be addictive if a person really really likes taking it, but it doesn't particularly create a physical or psychological dependency to speak of. After taking i…t just one time, ones tolerance increases and the effects of taking more weeks within that dose will be considerably weaker. Plus, LSD is a strong "experience" that many refrain from dosing more than once every couple of weeks or so.
LSD is a hallucinogenic drug first synthesised by Albert Hofmann. It is usually ingested either through swallowing, or by being held in the mouth, allowing the mucous glands …beneath the tongue to absorb the chemical as the medium, usually a small pill or 'tab' of blotter paper, dissolves. The effects can range from anywhere to an enhancement of the senses and increase in philosophical thinking, to a complete loss of the sense of self and immersion in an otherworldy series of visions, patterns, emotions and perceptions. Negative effects can include jaw tension, intense fear, and in some cases psychological trauma. The effects typically last from 8 to 12 hours, though this can be exceeded in high doses.
Like all legal and illegal drugs, the effects are often determined by: how much is used (quantity)the type used (quality - unregulated in street drugs)when it is used (full o…r empty stomach)other miscellaneous factors, like whether you used the substance before and you physical size and health, etc. The effects of LSD strongly depend on the mental state of the user and the circumstances in which the drug is used. Therefore, the same dose can produce good and bad 'trips' in the same person, depending on the circumstances in which the drug is used. The sought-after effects of LSD are - changes in mood an sensory perception;'mind expansion' as a key to quasi-religious transcendental experiences; andeffects similar to those associated with Ecstasy-type substances: feelings of empathy and increased sociability. The possible short-term effects of LSD are - a distorted perception of depth, time, and the size and shape of objects;illusions and hallucinations (that is, stationary objects appear to be moving) (Generally the user knows that these effects are unreal; true hallucinations are relatively rare.); heightened senses (sight, sound and touch);psychological or emotional effects such as anxiety, depression, dizziness, disorientation and paranoia;physical effects such as dilated pupils, lowered body temperature, nausea, vomiting, profuse sweating, rapid heart rate; and convulsions; LSD use increases a person's risk of injury, especially when the person drives a car, or performs other complex tasks such as operating machinery. The possible long-term effects of LSD are - a growing tolerance to the drug, which disappears quickly after use of the drug is stopped;flashbacks (that is, short-lived, intense re-experiences of part of a previous trip) which can occur days or even months after the last dose has been taken, leading to disorientation, anxiety and distress;andprolonged anxiety and depression after use of the drug is stopped.
No. In one case, a man thought it was speed and injected 320 milligrams (about 3000 doses of LSD) and died, but it is not possible
Assumption: you are referring to the potency of the effect of the chemical when you ingest it. Yes, like any chemical, the potency of LSD will diminish over time as… the chemical breaks down into its constituent parts.
If you are applying on where you can get it, the same place you get any other illicit substance. Now where LSD comes from is from the fungus that grows on rye stalks called Er…got. You take the lysergic amides from ergot and do chemical reactions on them until they are produced into LSD 25
Yes, LSD is a psychedelic drug
Chemists who have illegal labs. Most of them are located on the West Coast. They like to stay hidden, understandably.
Lysergic acid diethylamid (LSD) is synthesized from lysergic acid derived from ergot, a grain fungus that typically grows on rye.
An LSD trip may be controlled in many aspects, LSD happens mostly in your mind and as long as you are in a safe environment where you feel comfortable, a trip will remain pass…ive. Higher doses will prove themselves more difficult to control but as you gather experience on psychedelic drug use it will become easier to handle.
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