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The most common method of ingesting LSD is by chewing on tiny paper tabs that have been soaked in the drug’s liquid form and then dried. Frequently, these tabs are placed under the tongue. Only very seldom is it administered as a liquid, gelatin, or tablet. Sometimes a dose is soaked into a sugar cube. The doses today vary from 20 to 100 micrograms, compared to the 1960s when they ranged from 100 to 200 micrograms. Since LSD is produced illegally, it might be difficult to determine how strong a dose is. The effects of the medicine begin to take effect in around 30 minutes and last for up to 12 hours. It can be quite difficult to fall asleep if LSD was ingested during the preceding six hours.
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LSD, like other hallucinogens, causes the user to have hallucinatory experiences that change the way they see reality. These hallucinations can be entertaining and even intellectually stimulating for some people, but they can also be disorienting or disturbing, which can result in an unpleasant emotional experience (bad trip). It is difficult to forecast what kind of experience a person will have because they can have radically different ones every time they take LSD. As is the case with all drugs but particularly LSD, a user’s experience is influenced by her previous drug use, expectations, environment, and location in addition to the neurological effects of the substance.
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The most common LSD hazards, including frightening thoughts and feelings, despair, fear of losing control, and dread of dying, might result from bad trips. People are more likely to acquire and experience these problems if they have underlying mental illnesses including severe depression, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder. Additionally, there have been fatal accidents involving users who were unable to grasp the reality of their situation. When they are actually in danger, they have problems assessing distances or imagine safe circumstances. LSD should never be used while operating machinery or a vehicle.
Problems that could occur include:
Extreme mood swings; person may sit or lie down in a trance-like state; chills; irregular breathing; perspiration; trembling in the hands; changes in the perceptions of time, touch, smell, light, and hearing
Are there long-term consequences to taking LSD?
Particularly in heavy or long-term users, those with an underlying mental illness, or those who experience flashbacks (post-hallucination perceptual disorders), relatively long-lasting psychoses, severe depression, or schizophrenia-like syndromes, hallucinogens can have extreme, long-lasting negative neuropsychiatric effects.
The following are a few long-term issues linked to regular or excessive LSD use:
- A person can experience rapidly changing feelings, immediately and long after use.
- Chronic use may cause persistent problems, depression, violent behavior, anxiety or a distorted perception of time.
- Large doses may cause convulsions, coma, heart/lung failure or ruptured blood vessels in the brain.
- “Flashbacks” may occur long after use.
LSD experiences are heavily influenced by environment.
Here are some ways to reduce the risk having a bad trip:
- Make sure you take it with someone you know and trust, preferably someone who knows how strong the effects of a hallucinogen can be.
- Make sure you are somewhere where you feel safe, secure and comfortable.
- Avoid taking LSD if you are upset, feeling low or insecure–this could lead to a bad trip.
- Avoid taking more. The effects come on stronger after a while, and you could end up having a much stronger trip than you can handle.
If you’re having a bad time, avoid flashing lights and visuals and get a friend to take you to a safe, calm space.
Make sure your companion feels safe and at ease, preferably away from other people, loud noises, and visual stimuli. Speak to them in a soothing tone and reassure them that their unpleasant feelings, sensations, and visions are only the side effects of the medication and will pass in due course. Get emergency medical assistance if your companion is unable to calm down or appears to be extremely upset. Call 911 or 831.459.2231 to reach EMS.
Drug-compulsive behaviour is not a side effect of LSD. Although it is uncommon, poly-drug abusers (those who are addicted to multiple drugs) frequently abuse hallucinogens as well. LSD abusers quickly develop an extreme tolerance to the drug, which prevents the kind of physical and psychological dependence common to other drugs and prevents misuse of the drug for more than a few days at a time. After about a week of not using the medicine, this tolerance normally disappears.
LSD (LYSERGIC ACID DIETHYLAMIDE)
|The most common synonyms are:
|White, odourless and bitter crystalline powder. It is available in a variety of forms:
|Mechanism of action
|Routes of administration
Effects sought out by the user
- Euphoria and feeling of dissociation
- Feeling of joyfulness
- Pseudohallucinations: it does not cause hallucinations per se but creates illusions by altering the senses (all five senses)
- Synesthesia (crossing of 2 or more senses) and spiritual journeys
Common toxic effects
- Impaired judgement
- Deep anguish
- Concentration problems
- Reduced coordination
- Reduced appetite
- Mydriasis (dilation of the pupils)
- Unpleasant and terrifying feelings (bad trip)
- Tachycardia (rapid heart rate)
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- Abnormal increase in body temperature
- Hypertensive crisis
- Psychotic break
Effects associated with chronic use
- Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder: users experience a spontaneous and unpredictable recurrence of pseudohallucinations experienced while on LSD
- Loss of motivation
Tolerance (need to increase the dose to feel the same effect)
Develops quickly, especially if taken over several consecutive days.
Psychological dependence is possible.
Onset and duration of action
|30 to 40 minutes
|2 to 4 hours
|10 to 12 hours
- No antidote available.
- Treatment is mainly symptomatic.
Many different street drugs are sold under the same name. Furthermore, nothing guarantees the quantity, purity or even the content of a street drug in spite of the fact that it may, in some cases, look like medication.