08/04/2021 0 Comments

LSD, or lysergic acid diethylamide, is a hallucinogenic drug that has been used by humans for over 60 years. It was discovered by a Swiss chemist in 1938 and has been used to treat psychological disorders and as a recreational drug.

LSD is made from ergot alkaloids, which are found in rye, wheat, and other grains. The drug is odorless, tasteless, and colorless and produces an altered state of consciousness when ingested. It can also be injected or smoked.

Effects of using LSD

The effects of LSD vary based on the amount taken and the user’s personality, mood and expectations at the time of ingestion. These effects include euphoria, increased blood pressure, pupil dilation and rapid heart rate. At higher doses users may experience delusions and hallucinations that they have superhuman powers or are merging with another person or thing.

Some people experience panic attacks while using LSD because they feel they may have gone insane or lost control of their minds while under its influence. Users who take large doses over long periods can experience flashbacks weeks or even decades later when they see things that remind them of their LSD experiences such as patterns in artworks or sounds associated with drugs like music played backwards

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