aaand it’s on the tongue.— Gary Debussy (@hella_brad) September 8, 2012
LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) is a hallucinogen, meaning its primary action is alteration of perception, mood, and thought.
we’re at roughly 30 minutes now and I feel very happy and am having weird thoughts: “wow my fingers look so alive” “I feel like a chameleon”— Gary Debussy (@hella_brad) September 8, 2012
The vast majority of hallucinogen-related hospitalizations aren’t the result of direct physiologic effects, but from injuries related impaired judgement. For those who insist on experimenting with acid, at least do so in a supportive, private environment.
I’m glad I showered before doing this because smells are EXTREMELY NOTICEABLE— Gary Debussy (@hella_brad) September 8, 2012
With release of dopamine and seratonin, many report senses of euphoria and existential ambition.
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