LSD sheet

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Chemistry

The International Non-proprietary Name (INN) is (+)- lysergide. The abbreviation LSD is derived from its German name LysergSäureDiethylamid (Lysergic acid diethylamide) (CAS-50-37-3). Lysergide belongs to a family of indole alkylamines that includes numerous substituted tryptamines such as psilocin (found in ‘magic’ mushrooms) and N, N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT). The IUPAC name for LSD is 9,10-dihydro-N, N-diethyl-6-methylergonovine-8β-carboxamide. The (R) stereoisomer is more potent than the (S) form.

Molecular structure

Molecular structure of LSD

Molecular formula: C20H25N3O
Molecular weight: 323.4

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Description

LSD sheet

LSD  sheet (lysergic acid diethylamide) is a synthetic chemical, made from a substance found in ergot, which is a fungus that infects rye (grain).1

LSD belongs to a group of drugs known as psychedelics. When small doses are taken, it can produce mild changes in perception, mood, and thought. Larger doses may produce visual hallucinations and distortions of space and time.2

Sometimes, what is sold as LSD can actually be other chemicals such as NBOMe or the 2C family of drugs (part of the new psychoactive substances). These can be quite dangerous, as their quality is inconsistent. Taking too much of these other substances can be fatal with a number of deaths having been reported.3, 4

What it looks like

In its pure state, LSD is a white odorless crystalline substance. However, LSD is so potent that an effective dose of the pure drug is so small, that it’s virtually invisible. As a result, it’s usually diluted with other materials.2

The most common form is drops of LSD solution dried onto gelatin sheets, pieces of blotting paper, or sugar cubes, which release the drug when swallowed. LSD is also sometimes sold as a liquid, in a tablet, or in capsules.1,2

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