What is the strongest LSD?
There is only one kind of LSD; it's called LSD-25.
It depends on what your definition of strongest is. If you're referring to subjective effects then dose is the key variable. If you mean potency then yes, LSD is one of the most potent drugs as it's active in the microgram (ug) range. There are much more potent substances (opiates active at 1ug) than LSD.
No. LSD is Lysergic acid Dethylamide. In it's pure laboratory form it's just what it is -- pure LSD. Street LSD is often cut with other drugs, most notably amphetamines and other stimulants. This happens when the stimulant is less pricey than the LSD, so less LSD can be used with similar effects, as stimulants tend to "enhance" the trip. Codeine is a completely unrelated medication that has no perceived interaction with LSD.
There is no easy way to make LSD. LSD is made semi-synthetically (full synthesis is not practical) from ergot-derived compounds which are generally closely monitored. Thus, in order to make LSD, one would need a source of one these compounds, a great deal of laboratory equipment/reagents, and chemistry skills. Of course, manufacture of LSD is also a felony in most of the world. Thus, making LSD is not easy. As an example, once some of…
No, LSD is an ergot derivative, and mescaline is a phenethylamine. Neither are opiates LSD is not an ergot derrivative -- that would be ergotamine, another hallucinogen, this time alkaloidal (LSD is an acid). LSD does nto occur in nature, and must be synthesized. All the rest is spot on. http://www.answers.com/topic/phenethylamine
LSD was synthesized from a rye mold called ergot, as were other drugs. LSD does not GROW in nature, but its main component before synthesization DID grow. For a complete history of LSD, read the book Acid Dreams, the Complete Social History of LSD: the CIA, the Sixties, and Beyond by Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain. It is really fascinating.
Usually LSD comes in the form of a "blotter tab", a small piece of paper with LSD soaked into it. The tab is placed on the tongue and dissolves quickly. Effects are felt in about an hour. A trip lasts around 7-12 hours. Since LSD is particularly sensitive to light, gel tabs are also common. (LSD inside of a small piece of gel.) Less common is the liquid form of LSD, mostly because of the…
Only one drug has LSD "in it": LSD. Acid is a common nickname for LSD, but they are one and the same, and it is it's own drug. While other drugs are considered hallucinogens or psychedelics ("Shrooms", "Salvia", DMT, etc), they are their own, separate drug, with their own, separate effects. They don't contain LSD, and I don't think they even share similar "ingredients".
No, LSD will not show up on a 5 panel urinalysis screening. LSD can however be tested for specifically through a lab test although it is rarely ever tested for. Unless your probation officer suspects you are on LSD you are highly unlikely to be tested for it and furthermore LSD gets out of your system within 3 days.