LSD

By Joe Madson

LSD

LSD Is a hallucinogenic drug

Interpersonal Communications

You could go to a NA class.

find a local support group

could go to treatment


Positive Effects and Negative Effects

Negative: LSD can genetically damage your reproductive cells. It can also put you into a permanent "trip", frying your brain. It has also been documented you can have a relapse just about any time after you take it, up to several years later.

Positive: there is a lot of propaganda against lsd. Lsd is one of the most secure drugs ever. Doesnt cause adiction, and doesnt couse abstinence sindrome.. If you take care about who is with you and when you take it, lsd is one of the most beatiful things in the life. Whit the actual dosis, bad trips rarely happen with this two things, set and settings.

Media Influences

There is a lot in the media saying how bad LSD is and how bad it is for you brain. the truth is there is so many more drugs that people should be paying more attention to.

Immediate and Long Term Risk Factors

Hallucinogens, such as LSD, make you unaware of and indifferent to your surroundings, causing you to be an unsafe driver. These drugs cause you to see and hear things that aren't there, messing up your ability to detect danger and make good decisions. These drugs can make you feel like you have super strength, causing you to be aggressive behind the wheel.

Advances

The detection of LSD use continues to be a challenge for toxicology laboratories due to the very low concentrations of LSD and its metabolites in body fluids. However, significant progress has been made in the development of more sensitive and specific analytical methods. Techniques that have proven particularly effective include: (1) immunodeficient extraction, (2) gas chromatography coupled with chemical ionization and tandem mass spectrometric detection, and (3) liquid chromatography in combination with electrospray ionization and either single-stage or tandem mass spectrometric detection.