Experimental Fact: The dosage of LD50 (micrograms) is the amount in which 50% of the animals tested will either survive or die.
What does LSD look like?
LSD comes in a few different forms. The most common form of LSD is a small, square shaped tablet. LSD was first sold on sugar cubes, and were later transfered over to smaller, more compact tablets. LSD can also come in liquid form, which is usually in a vial. LSD now can be bought and produced on blotting paper, and "windowpane" lsd, which is a gelatin square less than an inch wide.
What are the side effects of LSD?
The physical side effects of acid include: dilated pupils, high body temperature, increased blood pressure and heart rate, sleeplessness, and loss of appetite. The psychological effects include: seeing vibrant colors, a "rippling" effect on objects around you, no sense of time, transforming objects, and feeling trapped inside your thoughts or your mind. LSD is a highly intense drug, and can sometimes alter or change the life of a first time user, and sometimes create suicidal thoughts.
Links to LSD:
-The History of LSD
-Frequently Asked Questions
LSD in a tab form
LSD in liquid form (vial)
LSD in a gel-tab form
LSD in microdot form
What is LSD?
LSD is an abbreviation for lysergic acid diethylamide, or more commonly known as acid. LSD is non-addictive and non-toxic, but still extremely harmful to the brain.
How is LSD taken?
Acid is ingested through the mouth. The user places the blotter paper, liquid form, or tablet on his or her tongue and waits for it to dissolve. The effects take 30-90 minutes to take effect, and they can last for up to 12 hours.
Where did LSD come from?
Acid was first introduced to the world in 1938 by a Swiss chemist named Albert Hofmann. His picture is shown below.
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