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LSD is a hallucinogen In fact it is the most potent hallucinogen known to man LSD is 100 times more potent than psilocybin or psylicin and is 4000 times more potent than mescaline It was synthesized in 1938 by a chemist who worked in Switzerland There were no benefits for this drug that were found so its study was discontinued Interest in the drug rose when it was thought that it might be a possible treatment for schizophrenia In the 1960s-1970s hippies started to use the drug It was their psychedelic drug of choice Hippies could believe that they were flying without leaving the ground This drug was used a lot until a lot of publicity about bad trips came out A bad trip is a trauma associated with a LSD high LSD has remained popular with high school students college students and young adults LSD is also important to the fans of rock bands like the Grateful Dead LSD comes in the form of tablets small paper squares powder crystal liquid and capsule More than 200 types of LSD tablets have been found since 1975 There are more than 80 street names for LSD like acid blotter cid doses and trips It is a cheap drug about 2-5 a dosage It is popular mainly because it is cheap easy to get and expands the mind LSD is a very unpredictable drug LSD gives the user rapid mood swings The user gets a feeling that they are in another world They get a feeling of euphoria The effects last for up to 12 hours LSD increases body temperature increases heart rate and dilates the pupils the strobing effect of LSD hypothetical explanation the entire brain is functioning or moving at a faster rate than normal- it is processing information very fast yet the outside information is not coming in any faster than usual because the optical receptors are not set up
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