How is LSD taken in?
LSD can be taken in orally with pills.
LSD also taken in by ingesting small paper tabs where the drug is soaked onto paper and placed under the tongue.
LSD can be soaked and ingested through a sugar cube.
Some short term effects of using LSD
- dialated pupils
- raised body temperature
- tingling fingers and toes
- sleepnessless and many more.
- drug induced psychosis
- Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD).
Signs of abuse
Some signs that a person is abusing LSD are
- that they have dialated pupils
- not feeling tired
- not hungry
- increased body temperature.
Addiction of LSD
People using LSD can build up a high tolerence for this drug within a week or less. A 30 microgram dose can result in a high of 12 hours. A small dose can create a long high for a new user, but an expierenced user will find themselves having to use more to get that same high as before.