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LSD test: Cost about $25 for lsd test. See link http://www.Amazon.Com/nik-drug-test-kit-lsd/dp/b002atuecs. Hopefully, you will use the test to monitor yourself as you get clean! get help! drugs are a way to escape challenges but only lead you away from true peace and happiness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
LSD effects: If you search healthtap's existing answers, you will find some referring to the qualities and dangers of hallucinogenic herbs. However, smoking unknown quantities of various materials is not recommended for health -- so healthtap doctors are not inclined to tutor you in exposing yourself to them. ...Read more
LSD addiction: I have not seen pts who demonstrated addiction to lsd but more have 'polyabuse' using anything they can get their hands on to alter reality. The problem is that lsd (and other hallucinogen) abuse can lead to residual psychotic symptoms and may alter brain chemistry which can be difficult to treat. Some have intrusive flashbacks years after stopping, which can be as bad as an addiction. I would put lsd in the same category as heroin as drugs that should never be tried since their effects can be permanent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Behavioral risk only: The only known risk of lethality with LSD is behavioral, i.e., acting dangerously due to impaired judgment and perceptual distortions. Taking other mind-altering drugs with LSD increases this risk. To take one obvious behavioral example: don't drive. ...Read more
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Yes: Lsd like most hallucinogens relies on activation of the reward system this is Dopamine related. Which means it feeds on the pleasure response. Other important aspects are the long term effect of post use hallucinations which can appera years later and complicate mental health including those with dual diagnosis ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
LSD effects: Lsd causes brain effects of hallucinations (especially visual), rapid mood changes, time distortion, and crossover of sensations from one mode into another. One may "see" sounds or "smell" colors, etc. These effects can be long-lasting. Lsd can also raise body temperature; increase heart rate and blood pressure; cause profuse sweating, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, dry mouth, and tremors. ...Read more
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