A.K.A: Acid, Tabs, Blotter, Lucy
LSD is a psychedelic drug that often comes as square pieces of blotter paper, known as ‘tabs’. It can change your perception of the world around you and make you see, feel, and hear things that aren’t really there- these are called ‘hallucinations’. LSD can make you feel euphoric, confident, and introspective. LSD can also make you feel anxious, confused, or scared.
Your experience using LSD can be greatly affected by your mental state and the set and setting that you are in.
In New Zealand, a dangerous synthetic drug called NBOMe is sometimes sold as LSD.
Recently, tabs sold as LSD over New Years were found to contain a potent drug called 25B-NBOH.
Drug checking services at Rhythm and Vines found potent psychedelic and stimulant, 25B-NBOH, sold as tabs of LSD.
Redmer Yska tells how LSD rose, fell and is maybe rising again for both recreational and therapeutic uses.
Lysergic acid diethylamide (or LSD) has many street names including yellow sunshine, window pane and Microdot but it is most commonly known as acid.