LSD is a hallucinogen that acts on the central nervous system by stimulating (altering) the senses and perception of reality.
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LSD is typically chewed or swallowed.
Effects of LSD
Less and less LSD is being found in the lab analyses of drugs seized on the street in Québec. LSD is a strong hallucinogen that intensely alters the senses and perception. It typically causes:
- Uncontrollable fits of laughter
Risks Associated with LSD and Possible Consequences
LSD users can have a negative experience commonly known as a “bad trip.” This may happen when the user begins to panic and no longer wishes to feel the effects of the drug. A person in such a state should not be left alone.
The initial effects of LSD are followed by an often unpleasant period commonly known as “down.” The following effects may occur:
Consequences associated with safety and law
Drug possession is illegal. Simply possessing a small quantity can lead to fines and a criminal record. These consequences also apply to people younger than 18. To learn more, consult the Éducaloi website .
Last update: 13 September 2017, 09:43