LSD, or d-lysergic acid diethylamide, is a powerful psychotropic drug that was designed in 1938 by Nobel Prize-winning chemist Albert Hofmann while working for a pharmaceutical firm. It quickly became apparent that it wasn’t a good medication, and Hofmann’s discovery was shelved. When he pulled his concept off the shelf again in 1943, he discovered that it could be used effectively as a trip drug and became very popular among hippies in the 1960s and 1970s. Today, LSD as a trip drug is not nearly as popular as it was during the flowerpower era.
Microdosing refers to taking a very small amount of LSD or other psychedelic drug in order to produce subtle changes in mood and cognition without any sort of hallucinogenic effect. One single dose per day is all it takes for the effects to take place. Microdosing with psychedelics is non-hallucinogenic as well as nonaddictive and will not influence your day in a negative way.
Nowadays, this drug is more popular for microdosing. Please be advised that LSD in its normal form is illegal in a number of countries, and we do not recommend using it. If you want to use it, buy an LSD testkit to see if what you’ve purchased is real.
There are also safe and legal methods to microdose with LSD! They’re known as Research Chemicals, such as 1P-LSD, which has the same effects as LSD but is lawfully (in a lot of countries, but not all!) available online. A benefit is that you won’t have to go to an illegal drug dealer to microdose with LSD.
With microdosing you take an extremely small amount, usually a tenth, of what a normal serving would be. This is used to enhance creativity and productivity, among other things. With LSD, this involves a dose of 10-20 micrograms (a normal dose of LSD is about 100-200 micrograms)
The effects of microdosing with LSD
Microdosing is used for a variety of purposes. The most frequent reasons are improved attention, increased productivity, and enhanced creativity. Some of these benefits are currently being researched.
Other possible reasons why you might microdose are:
- Improving your concentration and focus, especially in people who have ADHD
- Easier to work or study
- Being able to sleep better
- More physical energy and enthusiasm
- A better mood
- Being able to look at life more positively
- Make decisions more easily
How to dose accurately
LSD is usually administered in the form of a blotter, which is a little piece of paper on which LSD is contained. The typical dose of LSD on 1 Blotter is 100, 150, or 200 micrograms. While it’s possible to cut these tiny blotters into even smaller pieces, this isn’t particularly practical and isn’t very accurate.
The most popular ways to microdose with LSD are to dissolve it in a liquid, such as distilled or demineralized water, but also alcohol like vodka. Because tap water destroys LSD, do not drink it 20 minutes before and after taking your LSD microdoses.
Our microdose LSD products contain 1 microgram of LSD per drop coming out of the pipette.
We use 10ml of demineralized water and a 200 microgram blotter. 1ml is 20 drops of water and that equals 20 micrograms of LSD. Each drop now contains 1 microgram of LSD and so you can dose very accurately.
LSD compared to psilocybin
- LSD has a longer effect than magic mushrooms. The sub-perceptual effect of a micro-dose of LSD can last up to 10 hours. Especially the time of ingestion is very important. We recommend to take your microdose before 10 am in the morning.
- LSD is the most potent psychedelic there is. The fact that the dose is given in micrograms (one thousandth of a milligram) says it all. It is difficult to determine exactly how much LSD a paper trip or blotter contains. This makes dosing small doses especially difficult.
- Some people react more sensitively to LSD than others. The threshold dose (which is the amount where people begin to notice a slight psychedelic effect) varies from person to person and ranges from 10 to 50 micrograms.
- People also react differently to equal doses. The experiences of microdosers often speak of increases in creativity, energy, problem-solving ability and focus. But of course this remains a subjective experience. Like other psychedelics, LSD is a non-specific enhancer. For example, your creativity may come out when you are working on art or music, but if you choose to have a good conversation with one of your loved ones, for example, there will be more emphasis on connection, reflection or emotions.
- LSD acts in or has an affinity for the dopamine and serotonin receptors. Psylocybin on the serotonin receptors.
What to watch out for
LSD, like other psychedelics, is not legal in most countries and is considered a hard drug. We would like to encourage you not to purchase and use LSD. Using research chemicals is a more secure and lawful way to microdose with LSD. 1P-LSD is one of these substances, which are lawfully available in many countries and can be confirmed for the quantity of LSD on the blotter as well as the absence of any additional hazardous materials.
It’s worth noting that LSD is not dangerous to your physical health in any way. Even if you took 100 times the usual dose every day, there would be no danger to your body (but don’t do it anyway!) If you have experience with mental illness, it is recommended that you speak with a medical professional before using LSD.
The body quickly becomes accustomed to LSD, therefore it is advisable not to microdose every day but follow a protocol in which you leave at least 1 or 2 days between uses.
Psychedelic drugs, like LSD and magic mushrooms, are illegal in most countries. But there’s a growing movement of people who believe these substances should be
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