Lsd sheets of blotting paper cut into squares are impregnated with lysergic Acid Diethylamide. LSD sheets are a psychedelic drug and a hallucinogen. It is commonly used for recreational purposes. Colourless, odourless, and easily synthesized it is non-addictive and non-toxic, but its effects are unpredictable.
When small doses are taken, it can produce mild changes in perception, mood, and thought, and also when larger doses are taken; it’s going to produce visual hallucinations and distortions of space and time. However, LSD is so potent that an efficient dose of the pure drug is so small it’s virtually invisible. There is no safe level of drug use. You should use any drug that always carries some risk. It is very important to take care when taking sort of drugs.
Abuse of LSD sheets
LSD is taken orally, typically from blotter paper. Sometimes, it is ingested in the liquid form through a dropper, or it is taken in a pill or capsule form. Once the drug is absorbed through mucous membranes in the mouth and moved through the digestive system, it begins to affects the brain. This takes between 30 and 90 minutes; however, the direct effects of LSD high can last up to 12 hours.
This powerful hallucinogen can if taken regularly enough, lead to cross-tolerance with other hallucinogenic drugs like mescaline, psilocybin, and DMT. While LSD sheets are not considered addictive, it is frequently abused and can lead to serious side effects. Even one dose cause lasting side effects, although this is more likely to happen if a person abuses LSD several times or at high doses.