LSD


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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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The mansion was watched by police from an old caravan and officers were ordered to break in and take water samples, which matched LSD samples.
It is believed the price of LSD tabs rose from PS1 to PS5 each as a result of the bust which saw 90% of LSD removed from the British market.
He joined forces with scientist Tim Scully and together they began producing the purest form of LSD ever to hit the market, Orange Sunshine.
The doctor on basis of available data said more than 225 children have been diagnosed with LSDs, most commonly being Gaucher Disease followed by MPS 1 and Pompe.
This patient presented to psychiatric services over twenty-five years ago and at that time he felt his symptoms were related to his use of LSD.
Police believe the 12 had taken LSD paper tabs with a strawberry motif on them.
So I told the officers he kept nagging me before about LSD he just got from outside Bahrain and wanted to sell two stamps to place on my tongue for BD25.
The delegation then toured the different sections in the department and expressed admiration of the advanced level of the services offered by the LSD.
NEMA LSD 64 defines terminology related to controls for lighting systems for non-residential and residential applications.
First, while the legislators debating the LSD problem widely admitted they did not know how to deal with the drug, they asked specific types of experts--psychiatrists and public health researchers--for advice.
When taken in sufficient doses the psychedelic drugs LSD and psilocybin have been widely reported to elicit mystical or transcendental religious/spiritual experiences (e.
SIR Sean Connery suffered terrifying visions after taking LSD with a Scots shrink, a new book claims.
PSYCHEDELIC drug LSD could be used as an effective method to treat alcoholism, scientists say.
presents an encyclopedia of phenomena relating to the cultural impact of LSD in the US and England, especially San Francisco and London in the 1960s, but also earlier and later periods.