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16 Interesting Facts About LSD Drug

LSD, also known as lysergic acid diethylamide, is a drug made by humans that have been used since the 1960s. Have a look at the Facts About LSD Drug!!

LSD can cause visual hallucinations and delusions, distorting one’s senses when taken in sufficient quantities.

LSD is usually sold in liquid form. It can be applied to gelatin squares and blotter papers or packed in small bottles. These are some interesting Facts About LSD Drug!

Facts About LSD Drug

1. Street names

LSD is also known by many street names, including acid, tabs, blotters, microdots, and stars.

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2. Let’s get the LSD!

LSD is made from the lysergic acids found in ergot (a fungus that grows on rye and some other grains). It was discovered in 1938 and is currently one of the most powerful mood-altering drugs.

3. NASA Experiments!

NASA-funded scientists once gave LSD to dolphins. It was an attempt at communicating with dolphins. After administering LSD, they found that dolphins who had been administered it were vocalized more than 70%.

4. Holocaust Connection

LSD was used to treat PTSD in Auschwitz survivors. It also allowed them to sleep peacefully for the first 30 years.

5. LSD travels in your body!

The process of getting high on LSD takes between 20-60 minutes. LSD can be taken for between 6.5 to 13 hours.

6. Stop drinking and try LSD instead!

LSD is less addictive than alcohol and maybe counter-productive to an alcoholic. It doesn’t necessarily mean that LSD does not have harmful effects, but it is less harmful.

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7. Single largest manufacturer

William Leonard Pickard, also known as the “Acid King,” is American history’s largest producer of LSD.

8. It makes you feel pleasure!

LSD mimics serotonin, endorphins, and other brain chemicals that make you feel happy and satisfied.

9. The Peak of LSD Abuse!

LSD use reached epidemic proportions in the 1960s. LSD abuse has declined since introducing restrictions on its distribution and manufacture.

10. Medicine for the Soul

Albert Hofmann, a Swiss Chemist and inventor of LSD, described LSD as “medicine for your soul.” When he created LSD in 1938, Hofmann ignored it because it did not produce the desired results. However, years later, Hofmann, a Swiss chemist, said that he felt much better after taking a small amount of LSD.

11. It’s better to have less than you think!

LSD is only active in very small amounts. Too much LSD can cause feelings of dissociation or alienation.

12. Non-addictive

LSD is not addictive like many other drugs that can lead to addiction.


MKULTRA was a joint project of the CIA and the US Army in the 1950s and 1960s to develop a drug that could control the mind. The project received 8% of the CIA budget at one point. LSD was used for most of the research.

14. Merry Pranksters

One of the thousands of MKULTRA test subjects, Ken Kesey, led the group ‘Merry Pranksters. Ken and his friends stole large amounts of LSD from a bus with psychedelically-colored paint and drove across the United States. Anyone who wanted to test it was allowed to take the drug.

15. It’s affordable

LSD is so potent that a very small amount can produce long-lasting effects. LSD is, therefore, relatively cheaper when measured in terms of the effects it produces. It is cheaper in larger cities along the east and west coasts and more expensive in the Midwest.

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16. Pop Culture!

LSD is believed to increase creativity and has significantly impacted pop culture. Its staunch supporters included “The Beatles,” Paul McCartney, Aldous Huxley, and Hunter S. Thompson.

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