How do people microdose lsd
- By swallowing it if it’s a tab or a pellet (micro dot)
- By dropping it onto the tongue if it’s liquid
- By dropping it onto food or into a drink if it’s liquid
It’s a powerful hallucinogenic drug, which means you’re likely to experience a distorted view of objects and reality if you take it. .LSD trips can last several hours and can be very intense. When you take LSD, there’s no way of knowing how you might feel or what kind of trip you’re going to go on. And once you start tripping it’s difficult to control the effects. LSD can also be taken in very small amounts, and this is sometimes called micro-dosing. LSD is produced in crystalline form and then mixed with other inactive ingredients, or diluted as a liquid for production in ingestible forms. It is odorless, colorless and has a slightly bitter taste.
LSD is usually found on the streets in various forms, for example:
- blotter paper (LSD soaked onto sheets of absorbent paper with colorful designs; cut into small, individual dosage units) – the most common form
- thin squares of gelatin (commonly referred to as window panes)
- tablet form (usually small tablets known as Microdots) or capsules
- liquid on sugar cubes
- pure liquid form (may be extremely potent)
Some people may inhale it through the nose (snort) or inject it into a vein (shoot it up). There is no way to predict the amount of LSD BLOTTERS that is contained in any form consumed.
There is no safe level of drug use. Use of any drug always carries some risk. It’s important to be careful when taking any type of drug.
It can affect everyone differently, based on:
- size, weight and health
- whether the person is used to taking it
- whether other drugs are taken around the same time
- the amount taken
- the strength of the drug (varies from batch to batch).
The effects of LSD BLOTTERS usually begin in 30 – 45 minutes and can last for 4 to 12 hours. The following may be experienced during this time:
- euphoria and wellbeing
- dilation of pupils
- perceptual changes, such as visual and auditory hallucinations.
- confusion and trouble concentrating
- fast or irregular heart beat
- increased body temperature
- breathing quickly
- facial flushes, sweating and chills.