LSD Facts

LSD Facts Basics:  Name: LSD-25 – Lysergic Acid Diethlyamide Nicknames: Acid, Lucy, LSD First synthesized in 1938 by Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann.     First used in 1943, also by Albert Hofmann. The total trip on LSD lasts between 6.5 and 13 hours. It takes...
LSD Effects on the Brain

LSD Effects on the Brain

LSD’s Effects on the Brain Paul Austin One of the biggest concerns around psychedelics is the long-term effects on the brain. Myths around psychedelic use include LSD causing legal insanity, LSD causing a high proportion of users to go insane, and LSD causing...
Brief LSD History

Brief LSD History

A Brief History of LSD Paul Austin October 2015 A resurgence of interest in the information age of the Internet LSD’s history has been brief but tumultuous. Underlying each of these ‘bullet points’ is a story with many words and many pages. In this...
What To Do Before Your First Psychedelic Trip

What To Do Before Your First Psychedelic Trip

What to Do Before Your First Psychedelic Trip Paul Austin At first, there was skepticism. But what if LSD makes me crazy? What if it’s adulterated with poisonous chemicals? What happens if it gets stuck in my spine, causing flashbacks years later? (All LSD...
LSD Myths

LSD Myths

LSD Myths Paul Austin September 2015 MDMA scoops out massive holes in your brain. Marijuana today is 20 times more potent than in the 60s. LSD use causes visceral flashbacks because it never metabolizes completely. Lie, lie, lie. Misinformation concerning illicit drug...

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