Buy Alice In Wonderland LSDBuy Alice In Wonderland LSD Lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD, is a chemically synthesized hallucinogen, developed from ergot, a kind of mold that grows on the rye grain. Also known simply as acid, LSD was widely used in the 1960s until it was made illegal. Use of LSD has continued, despite being a controlled substance, although its use has gone through phases of greater or lesser popularity.
The technical term for getting high on acid (LSD) is LSD intoxication, but it is also known as an "acid trip" or "psychedelic experience."
During LSD intoxication, users may experience visual and other sensory distortions, changes to their thought processes, and intense emotions such as euphoria. Some users report experiencing surprising or new insights while under the influence of LSD.
An acid trip can last from 8 to 12 hours.1 An effect of LSD is distortions in time perception, which can make the experience feel even longer. Some users say they feel as though the trip could last forever.
When the moods of the user and those around them are buoyant or contented, the LSD experience can be highly enjoyable. However, a trip can also be extremely unsettling if moods are low and thoughts take a somber, or even macabre, turn.
LSD is more often used for recreational and social purposes as opposed to self-medication. Some people report that hallucinogens helped them gain insight into themselves, their lives, and the nature of the universe. Users sometimes attribute LSD use to greater spiritual awareness.
With LSD and hallucinogens, unpredictability is the name of the game. Chronic LSD users embrace exploring the unknown and the sense of excitement of not knowing what will happen next.
For people who dislike unpredictability or are uncomfortable in situations where it is unclear what will happen next, hallucinogen use may be extremely unpleasant.
The experience of tripping on acid can be scary (even if nothing overtly frightening happens) simply because of the profound distortions in perception and thought.
Good Trip vs. Bad Trip
- The world can seem beautiful
- Life can seem wonderful
- Human interactions can seem deep and meaningful
- Can bring overwhelming feelings of fear
- The world can seem harsh, cold, and ugly
- Life can seem painful
- People can seem superficial and cruel
During a bad trip, a person may fear that they are going crazy or "losing their mind."