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Information On The Hallucinogenic Drug LSD

Information on the hallucinogenic drug LSD

There are so many names for LSD that you may have been aware of it or even offered it by a different name that you may not have known was linked to it. Given that it’s proper full name is Lysergic Acid Diethylamide it is easy to see why it is known by shorter and easier to remember names but you should be aware about the following titles. Any product that is referred to as acid, blotters, dots, tabs, trips, windows, rainbows or Lucy is likely to be LSD and taking it can have a great effect on your life. The product carries a very high hallucinogenic property to it, allowing people to escape their reality and experience heightened emotions and other impressions of life. The drug shot to fame in the 1960s when hippies and flower power was all the rage and people were looking for a new outlook on life. The problem with LSD is that the side effects can be very damaging and unbelievably hard to control.

A major downside of LSD is that it is extremely random and therefore, impossible to tell what the effect of what the trip may be. The term bad trip will be familiar to most people who have an awareness of popular culture and it derives from the outcome of taking acid. The acid can reflect the mental state of the person who is taking it and if the trip starts to turn bad, it is likely that the negative or paranoid feelings will grow. This therefore becomes cyclical with the drug having a hugely negative impact on the person’s psyche, which in turn makes the trip seem darker and even more foreboding. Once a bad trip begins, it is extremely difficult to snap or shake yourself out of it which means a person may be experiencing trauma for a number of hours.

One of the other most commonly associated issues with using LSD or "Acid"  is that it alters people from reality. Whilst this is a reason that many people choose to take the product, it can have a very negative impact on their life depending on the situation. It is common to hear stories of people jumping out of windows or from high ledges whilst on LSD as they believe they are able to fly. This is caused by the psychological impact of the drug and obviously has a very damaging outcome for the user. Whether they die on impact or find themselves incapacitated or paralysed by the fall, the use of LSD can have a huge negative impact on a person’s life.

There are also extremely serious negative long-term impacts about LSD which could see a person suffer trauma in later years. This is termed as a flashback where a person who previously took LSD may visualize their trip once again. This can happen on a regular basis, leaving the user in a state of fear. Given that the trips are greatly affected by the mental state of the person, the cyclical negative effect plays a part once again.

Narcomundo aims to bring you as much honest and realistic information about drugs to enable you to make up your own mind. It can be very easy to preach about the dangers associated with substance abuse but just telling people that they are bad is unlikely to have an impact on their substance abuse. By informing people of the facts as opposed to the inflated hype that both sides may wish to publicize, a more informed decision can be made. Every person is different and their decision will be relevant to them but the facts and information behind substance use and abuse should remain a constant.
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