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What is LSD
LSD was first synthesized by the Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann in 1938, but its mind altering properties were not discovered until 1943. In 1947, it was introduced as a commercial medication under the trade-name Delysid for use in clinical psychiatry and research.
Following its release, LSD had a major impact on scientific research and psychiatry. Within 15 years, research on LSD and other hallucinogens generated over 1,000 scientific papers and was prescribed to over 40,000 patients.
LSD is typically distributed in various forms for oral or sublingual
administration. It is one of the few psychedelic substances potent enough to fit onto small squares of “blotter paper”, and has a long
history of being counterfeited by similarly potent psychedelics that do not have its established safety profile (see below).
LSD has been noted for its elusiveness, impact on various youth subcultures and alternative spiritualities, the arbitrariness of the restrictions on its research, as well as the difficulty of its clandestine production. It is considered by some to be the first modern entheogen, a category which had been limited to traditional plant preparations or extracts. Unlike most highly prohibited substances, LSD is not considered to be addictive or toxic by the scientific community. Hence discourage people who put 150ug LSD blotters for sale
In terms of its physical properties, LSD is sensitive to oxygen,
ultraviolet light, and chlorine (especially in solution). Its potency may
last for years if it is stored away from light and moisture at cold
temperatures around 0°C or below, but will slowly degrade at normal
room temperature (25°C). In one study, there was a 10% loss of potency after LSD was kept at room temperature for one month.
However, there are also many anecdotal reports from users who have
successfully stored LSD at room temperature for years which contradict the findings of this study.