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1p LSD for sale US – 1cp LSD – 1p-LSD
LSD — casually known as acid — is a powerful hallucinogenic drug made from lysergic acid, a fungus that grows on grains like rye. You might also hear it referred to as “dots” or “lucy.”
An LSD high is referred to as a “trip.” Anyone who’s done it will tell you that it takes your mind on a wild ride, though not always a good one.
These trips have been described as everything from a spiritual awakening to a trip to the depths of hell (aka the dreaded “bad trip”).
While it’s been studied for potential therapeutic uses, LSD remains a Schedule I drug in the United States. This means it’s illegal to possess, manufacture, or distribute it.
There are a few ways to use LSD. The most common way is in the form of a blotter tab. These are tiny pieces of paper that have been infused with LSD.
You place the tab under your tongue, where it’s absorbed into your bloodstream via mucous membranes.
In its original form, LSD is an odorless crystal. It’s then crushed into a powder and dissolved in liquid. While this liquid can be injected, it’s not a very common way to use it.
What are the effects OF 1cp-LSD?
LSD can produce a range of short-term psychedelic and physical effects, but guessing which ones you’ll experience is a bit of a crapshoot. The combo of effects varies from person to person, and even from one trip to another.
Physical effects can include:
- dilated pupils
- rapid heartbeat
- elevated blood pressure
- increased body temperature
- flushed skin
- tingling in the fingers and toes
- dry mouth
- blurred vision
- loss of appetite
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Mental effects include:
- visual hallucinations, which can involve intense flashes of light and distorted images and reality
- intensified senses, including smells, sounds, and sensations
- feeling detached from your body or like you’re having an out-of-body experience
- blending of sensory perception (synthesis), like hearing colors or seeing sounds
- distorted sense of time and environment
- feelings of euphoria
- paranoia and delusions
- mood swings
- anxiety and panic
The effects of LSD typically kick in within 20 to 90 minutes and peak around 2 to 3 hours in, but this can vary from person to person.
There are a few variables that can affect when acid kicks in and how intense the effects are.
- your age
- body mass index (BMI)
- your metabolism
- how much you take
It depends on the same factors that influence when the effects will kick in. If you’re taking any prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) meds, that can affect how long the effects last, too (more on this later).
A typical acid trip can last from 6 to 15 hours. You can also expect to have some lingering effects after that, aka the “afterglow.”
Depending on whether you had a good or bad trip, the afterglow can involve feeling energized and happy or anxious and unsettled. This phase lasts around 6 hours, but it can last days or even weeks if you took a lot of acid, according to some research.
Is there a comedown?
There can be.
Some people experience an LSD hangover or comedown instead of or after the afterglow. How your trip goes and how much you took can dictate how you’ll feel when you’re coming down.
An LSD hangover can leave you feeling “off” for a few hours or days. For most people, the entire experience from trip to comedown lasts around 24 hours.
While coming down, you might feel nauseated, agitated, and anxious, all of which can make it hard to get some sleep.