Storing - Air + Acid = Bad?

Discussion in 'LSD' started by ST3WY, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. ST3WY

    ST3WY Newbie

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    Some guy got several hits of blotter which were stored in a
    ziploc bag, and when one of his friends wanted some of them, he ripped
    all but two off, and gave his buddie the ones he ripped off in the
    ziplock bag. He saved the other two, but forgot to put them in an
    airtight place. When his friend saw them the next day, she asked "Isn't
    air bad for LSD? You should wrap that stuff up." So he
    wrapped them in foil, and that is how they have been for the past 3 or
    4 days... my question is: will these hits still be good in about 40
    hours when these people plan on eating them?



    Just to clear it up... at time of consumption the hits will have been
    exposed to air out of a baggie for about 18 hours, then wrapped in foil
    for about 5 days before eating.


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  2. Markins

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    I'm no expert, but Im' pretty sure it'd be fine. I know acid will evaporate if you try to put it on normal paper, but since its on blotter paper you should be good to go.
     
  3. Toltec

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    It should be fine.


    It's best to not touch the blotters with your fingers and really try to keep the blotters from rubbing against other absorbent or course type surfaces.


    The LSD on the blotter will absorb into your fingers and slowly weaken over time on those blotters of yours. So ether rap them in tinfoil or you can even use Scotch Tape; tape single hits completely trim off the excess place ether the raped tinfoil hits or taped hits in a dark dry cold place for long lasting storage.


    Taped hits really prevent any air to get to them, i personally don't mind eating the taped hit at all, it don't hurt. We did this in the 70's with the 4-way windowpanes before we would cut them! Then we would use a razor blade to split the hits in two. otherwise they sometimes fly across the room to be lost to the carpet bugs. least they had a good time[​IMG]
     
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