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The Chemistry of Lsd



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Lysergic Acid Diathylamide also known as acid, LSD, blotter, cid, doses, and trips, as well as names that reflects the designs on sheets of blotter paper such as orange smiley, etceteras. Acid is a drug that makes your brain work extra hard, normally your mind processes one or two things to your conscious mind at a time but once the user has taken a drop or a hit the mind starts to produce extra amounts of information all at once. Instead of seeing a color you begin to taste smell feel and see a color the same goes for everything else. You can take acid either through drops to the tongue or eye, or by a piece of paper called a blotter on the tongue. Acid is a drug that has been illegal since the seventies when it became popular, in the seventies there were giant parties where the makers of lsd would make thousands of hits and just get everyone high for days, by everyone I mean like twenty thousand people not just fifty.
The legal gramifications are such:
"LSD is Schedule I in the United States. This means it is illegal to manufacture, buy, possess, process or distribute LSD without a DEA license. There can also be substantial discrepancies between the amount of chemical LSD that one possesses and the amount of possession with which one can be charged in the U.S. This is because LSD is almost always present in a medium (e.g. blotter or neutral liquid), and the amount that can be considered with respect to sentencing is the total mass of the drug and its medium. This discrepancy was the subject of 1995 United States Supreme Court case, Neal v. U.S." according to wikipedia
Chemistry:
It is normally made by reacting diethylamine with an activated form of lysergic acid. The activating chemicals may be phosphoryl chloride and peptide coupling reagents. Lysergic acid is made by alkaline hydrolysis of lysergamides like ergotamine, a substance found on rye (fungus)this is only some of the chemisty used in making LSD. .

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