LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide, a.k.a. acid)
LSD (LSD-25, LSD, from German Lysergsäurediethylamid – d-lysergic acid diethylamide) is a semi-synthetic psychoactive substance from the lysergamide family.
The drug may be considered the most famous psychedelic, used or used as a recreational drug, as well as a tool in various transcendental practices such as meditation, psychonauts, and illegal (but legal in the past) psychedelic psychotherapy.
Lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD, is one of the most famous psychedelics, or hallucinogens. A small amount of this substance is found in ergot, but currently only synthetically produced substance is used.
LSD is usually sold as blotter blotters, with single doses that may resemble postage stamps. When used, a piece of paper soaked in a solution of the substance is placed under the tongue. There are also microtablets in different colors and shapes that are also taken orally. The duration of LSD action (trip) lasts on average 6–12 hours.
EXPOSURE WITH SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM USE
LSD has a very strong hallucinogenic effect, and people who use it experience very intense sensations, in which, in addition to hallucinations, there may be a feeling of leaving the body.
In addition, a person who has used LSD has an increase in blood pressure and body temperature, and an increase in pulse and respiration. As a rule, pupils dilate, reflexes intensify, and coordination weakens. The user becomes sleepy, absent-minded, his movements are uncertain, mental reactions are slowed down, tremors throughout the body are also possible.
Immediate effect of LSD:
- visual hallucinations
- increased sense of smell and hearing
- distorted perception of time
- confusion of feelings, such as when a person “sees” sounds or “hears” colors
- feeling out of body
- impulsive behavior
- quick mood swings
- mystical or religious experiences
Long-term effects of LSD1
- distortion of perception of the surrounding world
- quick mood swings
- uncontrollable thinking
- deterioration in coordination
- increased heart rate, increased blood pressure
- ”Bad trip” (bad trip – an acute unpleasant experience, for example, fear of going crazy, nightmarish hallucinations)
- loss of self-control
”Flashback” (flashback – sudden return of hallucinations weeks or even years after taking LSD)
dilated pupils, palpitations, high blood pressure, increased body temperature
headache, nausea, vomiting
depression and depression at the end of the action of the substance
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