Nothing is the same thing as LSD, however LSA is similar. LSA is found I morning glory seeds, Hawaiian baby woodrose seeds, and ergot. You can consume these things raw for a trip (be carefull not to take any containing pesticides), or you can extract the LSA (fairly simply Google "erowid", the LSA can be consumed this way or further processed into something close to LSD but still not the same thing.
LSD is a drug not an ingredient in a drug.
The same way anyone uses LSD.
No, these all refer to the same compound, lysergic acid diethylamide.
No, they are completely different substances. LSD's main effect is hallucinations. While PCP does cause hallucinations and is also classified as a hallucinogen, it is also a dissociative and can cause extreme behavior changes. Here are some negative effects of PCP. * Disturbing hallucinations and/or delusions * Severe anxiety, paranoia * Severe dissociation, depersonalization * Ataxia (loss of motor coordination) * Severe confusion, disorganized thinking * Psychotic episodes * Physical aggression * Nausea, vomiting * Temporary amnesia * Severe distortion or loss of auditory/visual perception * Decreased heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration (high doses) * Seizures (high doses) * Hangover including dizziness, numbness and lethargy; may last 24 hours or more * Coma (high doses, increased risk when combined with depressants) * Possible neurotoxicity (controversial)
LSD = Lysergic acid diethylamide there are lots of different street variety names, but they are all onstensibly the same chemical.
They both have about the same effect, I'd say that LSD has more visuals though.
The same temperature of a simple match and or lighter.
LSD is no more addictive than Television. Lysergic acid Dilythimide (LSD) is the only content, originaly developed to treat cluster headaches (migrains) it is derived from the ergot that grows on the mold of the rye plant.