LSD - d-Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

LSD is the strongest and the most examined synthetic hallucinogen known to mankind. In very small doses (literally as few points of salt) it can cause strong and lively hallucinations. Due to structural similarities with chemicals present in brain, and effects similar to certain aspects of psychoses, it was used for research on mental disorders for a long time. LSD can be found in form of impregnated card, small tablets (microdots) or in liquid form.

Effects: it can be very unpredictable. Depending on mood, environment, atmosphere, company and expectations. Depending on quantity and power effect can be very pleasant (trip) to highly unpleasant (bad trip). Effects can start after 30-90 minutes, and last for 8-12 hours. Person can have feeling of becoming one with environment, and strong closeness to other people. Perception is significantly increased and thinking processes are faster. Sensations and feelings are increased, producing the effect of more parallel events of often and sudden sensations and often mood changes. Effect is followed with all sensations and especially visual hallucinations. Sensations and feelings can crossover-producing impression that colors or music have smell, or that sound can be seen or smell heard. These sensations can be frightening, confusing and can cause panic. Flash back can occur.

Physical manifestations: widen iris, dry mouth, muscles spasm, sweating, increased body temperature, insomnia, confusion, loss of appetite.

Long-lasting effects: brain damages, psychoses, paranoia, and hormonal disorders

Symptoms of overdose: rapid heartbeats, muscles spasm, stiffness, insanity, coma, and death

Addiction: creates weak psychical addiction, while physical is not appearing.