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LSD

An initialism of "lysergic acid diethylamide," commonly referred to simply as "acid," a hallucinogenic drug that alters one's thoughts or emotions or causes one to see or hear things that are not real. Somebody spiked his drink with LSD, and he spent the rest of the night tripping out in the corner of the room. One time, I took so much LSD that I hallucinated an entire conversation with a friend who wasn't even in the same room with me.

LSD

n. lysergic acid diethylamide, a hallucinogenic drug. (Initialism. Drugs. A mainstay of the 1960s and 1970s drug culture.) LSD isn’t the problem it used to be, but it’s far from gone.
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"And if chemist Richard Kemp had produced LSD worth pounds 2.5m during his seven years of production, as was alleged, why was it that only pounds 11,000 of his money was ever discovered?
Y, a su alrededor, canciones de los Beatles--se dice que el nombre de la cancion <<Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds>>, de los Beatles, es un acrostico de LSD; aunque en su momento John Lennon nego que esto fuera cierto--, de Grateful Dead, de Jefferson Airplane y de The Doors--cuyo nombre deriva del titulo del libro de Huxley The Doors of Perception (1954), en el que narra sus experiencias con la mezcalina, y que a su vez fue tomado de un texto de Las bodas del cieloj el infierno (1793), de William Blake: <<Si las puertas de la percepcion se purificaran, todo se le apareceria al hombre como es: infinito>>--alertaron a la juventud de los riesgos de quedarse estaticos y los incitaron a adentrarse en si mismos.
Pollan says "it's difficult to imagine" how things might have turned out "if the cultural identity of the drugs had been shaped" by someone like Al Hubbard, a devout, "deeply conservative" Catholic known as "the Johnny Appleseed of LSD." Hubbard, like Leary, thought the substance had the power to change the world, but he favored a more discreet, gradual, and elitist approach, privately turning on "leading figures in business, government, the arts, religion, and technology" instead of publicly urging young people to take the psychedelic plunge.
Saying "I hear you go to lots of parties", he handed her the card with the LSD taped on.
Other videos on YouTube detail taking heroin and the best way to inject while one user takes hallucinogenic DMT while on a high dose of a LSD. They get around the content of their videos by claiming they are for information and harm reduction.
Ashworth was among those who used LSD supplied by colleagues with connections to civilian drug dealers.
The selling prices of the seized LSD are between 2000/- to 3000/- per stamp and the seized material is worth Rs 3 lakhs.
Olson was a CIA employee who was dosed with LSD by his supervisor and then "committed suicide" nine days later by jumping out of his hotel window.
By PHILIP DEWEY POLICE patrols have been set up in a village four decades after criminals reportedly buried a major stash of LSD in woodland.
PATROLS have been set up by police in a mid Wales village 40 years after a retired detective claimed criminals buried a major stash of LSD in woodland more than four decades ago.
It was 1964 and the bright young anthropology student had just taken his first hit of the mind-altering drug LSD.
By Mustafa Shaikh in Mumbai THE Anti- Narcotics Cell ( ANC) of the city police has seized LSD drug worth ` 70 lakh from five persons, including an associate producer of a leading entertainment channel, all of whom were arrested from suburban Malad, an official said.
KUWAIT, Sept 17 (KUNA) -- There are no registered cases of Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) at cattle farms in Kuwait, said the Public Authority of Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources (PAAF) Thursday.
AL-AHSA: An outbreak of lumpy skin disease (LSD) has been discovered in cattle in Al-Ahsa which is an area with many cows.