What Is LSD?
LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) is the most widely used hallucinogenic drug.
Hallucinogenic drugs cause a person to see vivid images, hear sounds, and feel sensations that seem real but are not. LSD is also called acid, doses, hits, Microdot, sugar cubes, tabs, and trips. It is odorless and colorless and has a slightly bitter taste. It can be obtained as a colored tablet, clear liquid, or thin square of gelatin (window panes) or on blotter paper.
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Most often, LSD is licked off blotter paper or taken by mouth. However, the gelatin and liquid forms can be put in the eyes.