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How addictive is lsd?
Asked: 2018-07-29 06:39:38
Normally, I would say no way but a buddy asked if I want to trip on lsd with him, is it addictive and what should I know?
Answered: 2018-08-15 10:06:43
Acid or LSD, doesnt have the same kind of properties that you find in other recreational drugs, like speed. You are unlikely to get addicted after one hit, or even five. You can however, develop a tolerance for it, but this will just mean that you need more of the drug to have the same effect. This can be dangerous though, because large doses of LSD can affect your body negatively, you can start vomiting or even slip into a coma and die.
Answered: 2018-08-23 00:25:45
Although its not as common as other recreational drugs, a recent study found that href="https://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/lsd/international-statistics.html"<3.1 million Americans between the ages of 12 - 25 had tried LSD. However, stories of addiction are not all over the press, unlike with heroin and prescription meds. This is because most people seem to stop on their own, whether from experiencing a bad trip or simply because they do not wish to take it anymore.
Answered: 2018-08-14 05:42:44
LSD isnt considered an addictive drug, due to its chemical properties. It's a synthetic drug that is used for its hallucinogenic affects and its full name is lysergic acid diethylamide. Most people who try the drug may try other drugs and may even have an addictive personality, but acid is probably not the drug they will get addicted to. However just taking it once can have extreme psychological effects, and these can take years to get over. If you are feeling the effects of a bad trip, or even depression and anxiety, its best to href:"www.findrehabcenters.org"
who can counsel or advise you after taking LSD.
Answered: 2018-07-30 17:00:08
It is suprising that anyone would ask about Lsd addiction. Lsd could result in a pscyhological addiction to being in an out of body state of being, but physical addiction to lsd is not scientifically possible.
Answered: 2018-08-07 15:00:44
LSD is a hallucinogenic, so although its pretty powerful and you can experience a bad trip, its not really a drug that people get addicted to. You body wont develop a physical dependency on it, but that doesnt mean that it wont have any bad effects on your body.
Answered: 2018-07-29 23:55:09