This Vancouver chemist has been making LSD and selling it on Wreck Beach for decades! His recipe is more of a classic “rolling wave” effect, as opposed to a “skyrocket-plateau” that is common with some newer brands.
LSD Tolerance builds up SUPER FAST and can seriously affect your dosing. Check the LSD tolerance calculator here
Acid, Lucy, Cid, Tabs, Blotter, whatever you wanna call it, it’s a semi-synthetic drug that combines natural and man-made substances. It is derived from ergot, a fungus that grows on certain grains, and a non-organic chemical called diethylamide.
It stimulates serotonin production in the cortex and deep structures of the brain, by activating serotonin receptors. These receptors help visualize and interpret the real world. The additional serotonin allows more stimuli to be processed that usual. Normally, the brain filters out irrelevant stimuli, but with LSD this is not the case. This overstimulation causes changes in thought, attention, perceptions, and emotions. These alterations appear as hallucinations. Sensations seem real, but they are created by the mind. The perceptions can involve one or more of the five senses. It can also cause blending of the senses, known as synesthesia. People report hearing colours and seeing sounds.
FYI: Some prescription medications that contain “blockers” can also block the effects of LSD, resulting in much a weaker experience.
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