LSD

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

What is LSD?

 Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, or better known as LSD, is a potent hallucinogenic that was first sythesized by Albert Halman in 1938 in Switzerland. The drug became popular in the United States during the 1960’s and has been used recreationally, despite it being illegal, since. The onset effects of LSD typically take around 30 minutest to an hour and can last anywhere from 4 – 12 hours depending on the dosage. Users have often described the experience as a “trip” and report mind-altering hallucinations and sensations.

Common Nicknames
  • Acid

  • Lucy

  • Rainbow

  • Tab

  • Trips

  • Superman

How is it Used?

 LSD is manufactured in liquid form and then is most commonly disbursed on to “blotter-paper” where then a user will take a small “tab” of the paper covered in the drug sublingually. It is often placed inside the mouth or underneath the tongue, however, LSD can absorb into the pores of the skin.

What Does It Look Like?

LSD is a clear liquid that is spread across blotter sheets. Usually is distributed in small square tabs of paper sometimes with a cartoon imprint. 

What Are the Effects?

 The onset effects of LSD typically take around 30 minutest to an hour and can last anywhere from 4 – 12 hours depending on the dosage. Users have often described the experience as a “trip” and report mind-altering hallucinations and sensations. Audio and visual senses can be heigthened or distorted leaving users to feel detached from reality.

Common Symptoms
  • Dialated pupils
  • Excessive sweating and or chills
  • Paranoia
  • Emotional distress
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea 
  • Dizziness
  • Rapid hear rate
  • Inability to perform complex tasks
Legal Status

Schedule I substance under the U.S. Controlled Substance Act

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