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LSD

A Hallucinogens, also known as Acid, Lucy Mae, has the scientific name lysergic acid diethylamide. (LSD) as it is manufactured from lysergic acid, found in a fungus called ergot, that grows on rye and other grains.

Usually taken in Tablet or capsule forms, white powders, clear liquid but also found as small, decorated squares of absorbent paper that liquid has been added to.

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  • LSD acts on your central nervous system and a chemical called serotonin that helps control behavior, mood, the senses, and thinking.
  • “Trips” are the term used by LSD users to describe their psychedelic experiences. A trip can be “good” or “bad” depending on how much you take and how your brain reacts.
  • “good trip” includes the feeling of euphoria, disconnection from reality, or even the sense of clarity in thoughts.
  • “Bad Trip” includes having terrifying thoughts, being overwhelmed by emotions, distorted sense of time, space, and shapes.

Even though some believe that LSD isn’t addictive it might take a toll on the daily users as it has severe side effects; Rapid emotional swings; a person’s capacity to identify reality, think sensibly, or communicate with others is distorted; elevated blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature; dizziness; loss of appetite; tremors; enlarged pupils are some of the symptoms. Long-term side effects may include Fearful flashbacks (also known as Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder [HPPD]); persistent visual abnormalities, disordered thinking, paranoia, and mood swings.

Dealing with LSD addiction on their own can be stressful, hence professional help is suggested.