LSD is more commonly known as acid. Scientifically, it is referred to as lysergic acid diethylamide, which is a chemical derived from the fungus ergot. LSD is a hallucinogen that alters a person’s senses and mood, taking him or her to another ‘state’ such as when hallucinating.
This product was originally derived from ergot to cure headaches but turned out to be useless for such purposes. The substance was declared illegal in 1949, two years after it was introduced as a psychiatric drug.
What does it do? Like ketamine, This product causes good or bad trips. A good trip can make you feel relaxed and happy. A bad trip can make you feel frightened and make you panic. It can make you see things that aren’t there (hallucinate) and these can be good things or bad things.
What are the harmful effects? It can make you frightened and confused. Sometimes you can have ‘flashbacks’ when you relive the same experience again. People can be more likely to self-harm when they have a bad trip.
LSD (lysergic corrosive diethylamide), first blended in 1938, is an amazingly intense stimulant. It is artificially produced using lysergic corrosive, which is found in ergot, a parasite that develops on rye and different grains. It is so strong its dosages will in general be in the microgram (mcg) run. It’s belongings, frequently called a “trip”, can be animating, pleasurable, and mind-adjusting or it can prompt an upsetting, in some cases unnerving experience called a “terrible excursion.”