Dangers of LSD

Dangers of LSD

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  • LSD is a strong hallucinogenic chemical that comes in a colourless and odourless liquid. This liquid (acid) is usually dripped and dried onto paper and sold as LSD 'tabs', or sometimes dripped onto pills or even onto food like sugar cubes and swallowed. LSD stands for lysergic acid diethylamide.
  • Common Street names for LSD are back breaker, battery acid, boomers, doses, Elvis, loony toons, pane, Superman and white lightning
  • Hey Man! Would ya like some battery acid?
  • LSD is ingested by being swallowed.
  • Some affects are dilated pupils, higher body temperature , nausea, loss of appetite, increased blood sugar, increased heart rate , increased blood pressure, sleeplessness, dry mouth and tremors.
  • While, LSD is not considered addictive due to users do not get the feeling in their brain that forces them to abuse the drug. A long-term affect of using the drug is that the user of LSD wont be able to tell which sensations are created by the LSD drug and which are part of reality.
  • From: Mom
  • NHSDA in 2010 has estimated that the percentage of the population aged 18 and 25 who had ever used LSD was 6.4%, down from 15.9 percent in 2002.
  • Interesting Facts
  • NASA tried intoxicating spiders with different drugs to see if they would still try building their webs or not. all of the drugs except for LSD reduced the web regularity, however it increased their web regularity
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  • LSD cured a holocaust survivor from Auschwitz's PTSD and helped him sleep and for the first time in 30 years without a nightmare.
  • People say that LSD has successfully treated alcoholism. Due to it not being addictive it is a safe way as alcoholic wont need to worry about substituting one addiction for another.
  • William Leonard Pickard is convicted to be the largest producer of LSD in history ever since 1991 to 2000. Most LSD in the world is produced by him.
  • NO!
  • So be sure to think twice before using LSD!
  • Hey man! want some White lightning?
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