Lsd Tabs, Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) is a hallucinogenic drug which when taken produces powerful sensory distortions, intensifies mood and alters thought processes. LSD is usually prepared in liquid form, which is then dropped onto small pieces of blotting paper known as tabs.
The popularity of LSD decreased during the 1970s to 1980s; however in the 1990s it was largely associated with the club and dance party drug culture, which included substances like MDMA (ecstasy) and ketamine.
How Long Do the Effects Last?
The onset of LSD effects, and the duration of those effects, depend on the dose and how the person takes the drug. In experimental settings:
While on LSD, a person may experience the following effects:
- Dry mouth.
- Loss of appetite.
- Increased body temperature.
- Elevated heart rate and blood pressure.
- Impaired judgment.
- Inability to sleep.
- Visual hallucinations.
- Synesthesia (“hearing” colors or “seeing” sounds).
- Changes in perception of time (seeming to pass more slowly than normal).
- Distorted sense of the shape and size of objects, movements, colors, sound, touch, and body image.
- Rapid mood swings.
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LSD and pregnancy
There is some evidence linking the use of hallucinogens in pregnancy to an increased risk of miscarriage and birth complications.
If a mother uses hallucinogens while breastfeeding, it is possible that the drug will be present in her milk and have adverse effects on the baby.
Using LSD with other drugs
Cross-tolerance can occur between LSD and other psychedelics—that is, users with a tolerance to LSD may find that they have a tolerance to drugs with similar effects such as mescaline.
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There are few physical effects when use ceases. Users may experience residual psychological effects such as feelings of anxiety.
LSD is not a particularly toxic drug; deaths that have been linked to LSD are usually unintended consequences of perceptual distortion, such as falls. Despite this, taking a larger than intended dose can result in extremely distorted perception, unstable mood, intense fear and an extremely depressed mood.
People who use LSD do not generally seek treatment from health professionals and there are few treatment options that can be recommended, apart from those found to be generally effective for drug dependence.
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