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What are Effects of Mixing Alcohol and LSD?

“An addict who uses LSD typically slips the piece of paper onto the tongue.” LSD is the street name for the drug lysergic acid diethylamide, but some users refer to the drug as acid. “Dropping acid” is a term that describes users taking one or more sheets of acid. Lysergic acid is a type of […]

24/7 LSD Helplines, Free & Confidential LSD Hotline

LSD Drug Addiction Help Hotlines In the United States, lysergic acid diethylamide or LSD, is a powerful mind-altering chemical and a Schedule I drug. Drugs in this category serve no legitimate medical purpose and have a high potential for abuse.1 The substance is odorless, colorless, and slightly bitter, available in solid and liquid form.2  LSD […]

What Does an LSD Overdose Look Like?

LSD Overdose Treatment, Signs, & Symptoms LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), commonly referred to as “acid,” is a powerful, mind-altering substance that can produce hallucinations and mood alterations.1,2 It is encountered on the street as tablets or capsules, as a liquid in alcohol or water, in gelatin squares, or dissolved on a piece of paper known […]

What is LSD?

LSD is one of the most common hallucinogens available today. It is manufactured from a fungus called ergot that can be found on rye and other grains. LSD is usually found on blotter papers that are placed on the tongue and allowed to dissolve. These blotter papers are little squares of paper that often have colorful […]