The trip thats not to Hawaii
What is LSD?
LSD is commonly sold in tablets, capsules, or liquid. It is usually added to absorbent and decorated paper tablets, mostly taken orally. Each square is counted as a dose. LSD is one of the most potent mood changing drugs and is derived from the extremely poisonous egot fungus; a mold that grows at the end of grains. Tiny amounts can produce up to 12 hours of effect.
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Short Term Effects
Some short term effects are: Dilated pupils, higher body temp, increased heart rate and blood pressure, sweating, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, dry mouth and tremors. Some people can experience terrifying and severe thoughts, fear of losing control, fear of insanity and death plus feelings of despair using LSD.
Long Term Effects
Some people can reoccur or have flash backs of past trips long after the drug has worn off but the trip itself ends at about after 12 hours. Some users experience long-lasting psychoses.
Signs of abuse
Changes in senses and reality, paranoid, emotionally unstable, dilated pupils, tingiling fingers or toes, weakness, dizziness, sweating and chills.
LSD does not appear to be physically addictive though some people become psychologically dependent. Some feel they need to do it to feel good at parties or things with friends. There is little to no effects observed of withdraw from this drug.