Lsd tabs, Lysergic acid diethylamide, commonly referred to as LSD or acid, is a highly potent hallucinogenic drug.
A solution of liquid LSD is commonly added to blotter paper and divided into decorated squares.
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Mode of use?
Paper doses are placed on the tongue, where the drug is rapidly absorbed, Tablets or capsules are swallowed, LSD is not absorbed through dry skin.
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Effects of LSD
Acid can carry you through different phases of a trip: One minute may feel dark and confrontational, and the next you may be laughing so hard that you suddenly develop abs.
You may experience increased heart rate and body temperature, sensory distortion, hallucinations, euphoria, altered perception of the self and one’s surroundings, which may include visions or hallucinations, and in extreme cases, there can be negative effects such as psychosis or depression which, in some cases, can also take place once the effects of the drug have worn off. In this case, it is important to seek professional medical care.
How Much LSD Should Someone Take?
The appropriate amount of LSD to take will be dependent on the desired outcome. Dosage can vary depending on the type of LSD as well as where it is sourced from but generally falls into one of two categories: a full dose, or a micro-dose.
While there are no exact criteria for a full dose of LSD, and the dosage will likely differ in clinical settings versus recreational use, a full dose may range anywhere from 25ug to 200ug, with full effects being felt somewhere between 100-200ug. A microgram is equal to one-millionth of a gram, or one-thousandth of a milligram.
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How Long Does LSD Stay in Your Body?
How long LSD can be detected in the body depends on the:
- Specific type of testing assay used.
- Point of collection.
- Type of biological sample obtained for testing (e.g., urine, blood, hair).
- Amount of LSD taken prior to the test.
- Individual factors, such as age, health, and weight.
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