LSD liquid is one of the most potent, mood-changing chemicals. They manufacture it from lysergic acid, which is found in the ergot fungus that grows on rye and other grains.
They produce it in a crystal form in illegal laboratories, mainly in the United States. These crystals convert to a liquid for distribution. It is odorless, colorless, and has a slightly bitter taste. Liquid LSD for sale.
Generic Name: Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
Common or street names: LSD is sold under more than 80 street names including Acid, Blotter, acid, Doses, Dots, Trips, Mellow Yellow, Window Pane, as well as names that reflect the designs on sheets of blotter paper (for example, “purple dragon”).
What does it look like?
LSD is usually sold as small squares of paper with pictures on them, known as tabs or blotters.
LSD can also be sold as a liquid or as tiny pellets, known as microdots.
What does it taste/smell like?
Liquid LSD (often called liquid acid) has no taste at all. LSD tabs taste like paper.
How to Take Liquid LSD
Many people who use LSD regularly prefer liquid acid to all other forms, because when properly stored, it can last for many years, absorbs quickly, and is easy to effectively split.
Most people prefer to have some food in their stomachs, but only a light snack. It is important to avoid drinking tap water, as the chlorine and certain other chemicals used in municipal water supply will destroy LSD on contact. Even bottled water may contain these chemicals, so avoiding drinking water for an hour or so before tripping may be advised.
The simplest way to take liquid LSD is to apply a drop to a sugar cube or on a spoon, place in one’s mouth and keep it there as long as possible to allow it to absorb through the skin. LSD is rapidly absorbed under the tongue (sublingual), and sublingual absorption eliminates any concern around having food in the stomach that might slow absorption. Or worse, having chlorinated water in one’s stomach, destroying the LSD.
One should avoid putting liquid LSD directly from the bottle to your mouth to avoid ending up with two drops or zero drops, as it can be surprisingly challenging to see drops. Dispensing onto a medium such as a sugar cube or onto a spoon reduces error. We always have two people watch when we distribute a dose, especially if re-dosing while intoxicated.
Avoid putting doses on anything too small, or medium that has no absorption, as in either case the drop may runoff.
When distributing liquid LSD it is important to hold the bottle directly vertical, and to slowly and gently squeeze the bottle to get a uniform drop.
If you plan to split a dose, you will want to read this article “Volumetric Dosing of LSD and Splitting LSD Doses”.
How is Lsd Sold?
Known as “acid” and by many other names, they sell LSD on the street in small tablets (“microdots”), capsules, or gelatin squares (“window panes”). I sometimes add it to absorbent paper, which is then divided into small squares decorated with designs or cartoon characters (“loony tons”). Occasionally it is sold in liquid form. But no matter what form it comes in, LSD leads the user to the same place—a serious disconnection from reality.
LSD’s users call an LSD experience a “trip,” typically lasting twelve hours. When things go wrong, which often happens, it is called a “terrible trip,” another name for a living hell.
Other hallucinogens include:
- Psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms, Shrooms)
- Mescaline (Peyote, Buttons, Cactus)
- Phencyclidine (PCP, Angel Dust)
- Ayahuasca (DMT)
- Salvia divinorum (salvia)
How does it make you feel?
For most people, the world appears distorted when they take LSD. Colors, sounds, objects, and even time can all seem very strange and disturbing.
Taking LSD can make you feel:
- in awe of the people and things around you
It can also make you:
- see and hear things that aren’t there (hallucinate)
LSD feeds off your imagination so every person’s experience is unique.
How the trip goes will be affected by how much you take, your surroundings, who you’re with, and how comfortable you are with them, as well as by your mood.
If you’re in a bad mood, feeling worried or depressed, the LSD might make those feelings worse.
How does it make people behave?
This depends on how much LSD the person has taken. If the person has taken a small dose of LSD you may not even notice they’re on it.
People on LSD might be quieter than usual as they’re so ‘in their heads’. Some people have trouble speaking when they’re on LSD.
People who take larger doses can act unpredictably. They can become fixated on certain things, emotional, paranoid or even aggressive.
How Long does Lsd Last?
How long the effects last and the drug stays in your system depends on how much you’ve taken, your size, whether you’ve eaten, and what other drugs you may have also taken.
To kick in
Acid can take from 20 minutes to two hours to take effect, but it really depends on how much the user takes.
If you feel that you’re having, or are going to have, a bad trip, let your friends know and get their help. Go to a nice, quiet spot where you feel safe and can relax.
How long will it be detectable?
LSD will typically show up in a urine sample for 1 to 3 days.
How long a drug can be detected depends on how much is taken and which testing kit is used. This is only a general guide.
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Effects of LSD Use
LSD is a mind-altering drug. I think LSD causes its characteristic hallucinogenic effects via interaction with the serotonin receptors in the brain. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that helps control your behavior and mood, governs your senses, and moderates your thoughts. Buy LSD online now.
The physical effects of LSD are unpredictable from person-to-person, and no one knows if they will have a good “trip.” Usually, the first effects of the drug when taken by mouth are felt 30 to 45 minutes after taking it, peak at 2 to 4 hours, and may last 12 hours or longer. Use of the intravenous (Iv) route will produce a much quicker action, usually within 10 minutes. Effects include:
- Distorted visual perception of shapes, colors
- Altered sounds
- Anxiety and depression
- Flashbacks (a return of the “trip” experience) days or months later
- Rapid heart rate, increased body temperature, and high blood pressure
- Dilated pupils.
Extreme changes in mood can occur. If taken in large enough doses, the drug produces delusions and visual hallucinations. Overdose can lead to severe psychosis. Death is often because of a direct injury while under LSD influence; there is no known lethal dose of LSD.