Drug info - LSD info

Discussion in 'LSD' started by renegod, Apr 13, 2005.

  1. renegod

    renegod Newbie

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    Apr 13, 2005
    hi there i am new i am doing some research on LSD for my major Health project, yea its a real drag..

    i need some info on LSD, like sure i could get it from tons of sites out there, but i wana see what people have to say about LSD, people who have done it. i wanna know is it addicting, can u rely give up if u want too?
  2. raven3davis

    raven3davis R.I.P. Palladium Member R.I.P.

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    Jan 6, 2005
    I have done lsd many many times. It is a great drug that opens up your mind. It is not at all physically addictive, and for most people now psychologically addictive. Giving up LSD wouldnt be a problem for almost anyone. No one is quite sure how LSD works exactly but it probably acts like seretonin and creates a false signals in the brain which cause your sences to get mixed up. LSD is my personal favorite drug because it gives you such a different view on things. I can sit there for hours looking at an object and comprehending so much more about that object and my surroundings than I could before.
  3. Dimitri

    Dimitri Gold Member

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    Apr 11, 2005
    renegod, your question is not really specified...what exactly do you want to know?

    As you said - there is tons of information about it in the net, it is
    one of the best researched drug in this world, still one of the worst
    understood drug, but definitly the psychedelic we know the most about
    (compared with other psychedelics).

    The addiction potential is extremely low as posted before. But how it
    works is another thing: due to the characteristics of the experience it
    is not likely that you can easily misuse it. If you still do it in high
    frequencies you get the bill by really hard and sometimes lifechanging
    experiences. In heavy cases you might end in a psychotic experience
    lasting longer than just the 8+ hours. The drug is his own best enemy,
    also because of the tolerance.