LSD 25 Liquid Solution
Lysergic Acid Dithylamide or ‘LSD’ is a member of the pharmacological group known as “classical hallucinogens” or “psychedelics”. These compounds all have a chemical structure similar enough to the neurotransmitter serotonin that they can bind with serotonin (5HT) receptors in the brain, which causes their consciousness-altering effects.
Lysergic Acid Dithylamide is one of the more potent classical psychedelics, and also has a longer duration than most other psychedelics. Effects can include visual hallucination/distortion, euphoria, synesthesia (the mixing of senses) and a sense of connection to those around you or the universe as a whole.
62µg per mL, 30mL bottle –
100µg per mL, 30mL bottle –
250µg per mL, 30mL bottle –
Mild experience – 80µg
Medium experience – 155µg
Intense experience – 240µg
Store in a cool, dry, and dark place. Exposure to oxygen, light, or temperatures above 35C will cause a loss of potency.
*Note: psychedelics at high dosage are non-specific amplifiers and may not be suitable for those with anxiety conditions. Antidepressants will nullify effects of psychedelics for some people.
What to Know About LSD Use What Is LSD?
LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) is a long-acting psychoactive drug that alters and distorts perceptions and feelings. LSD is one of the most powerful mood-altering drugs available in uncontrolled situations. It causes long-lasting distortions in a person’s perception of reality. Although LSD’s popularity peaked in the 1960s and 1970s, the drug has been there since 1938, when it was first synthesized. Ergot, a fungus that keeps growing on grains like rye, was used to create it. LSD is a Schedule I drug in many countries, making it illegal. This indicates that the drug has a strong risk of abuse. LSD is a hallucinogenic substance; therefore, it can alter one’s consciousness, emotions, and thoughts.
How to Recognize LSD
LSD is commonly accessible in tablet or capsule form, although it is also found in liquid form. The liquid is occasionally divided up and placed on absorbent paper, known as “window pane” or “blotter” acid.
How Does LSD Work?
According to scientists, LSD works by altering receptors involved in the control of serotonin, a neurotransmitter found in the brain. Serotonin governs mood, motor control, sensory perception, appetite, body temperature, and sexual activity, among other behavioral, perceptual, and regulatory systems.
When LSD affects this process, it can cause significant distortions in a person’s view of reality or hallucinations.
1 LSD users experience images, sounds, and feelings that seem genuine but aren’t.
These sensory hallucinations can be accompanied by strong emotional swings. As a result, an LSD “trip” can quickly transition from a delightful to a horrifying experience, rendering the drug’s effect extremely unpredictable.