Answer: I have known friends that were heavy into acid in college, and they always took it in paper form, which had been dipped in the liquid form at some point before it reached them. I also know that they took it in liquid form, usually out of a visine like dispenser. The liquid form can pretty much be used to spike anything from milk to sugar cubes to punch to gummy bears. I have heard that a gel tab form also exists, but never actually saw one.
Answer: First, get a pint of lemon juice, mix the lemon juice with common household bleach. Add the lemon- bleach mixture to some Ammonia. Stir it around for a few minutes, and put it in an oven and wait for it to dry. The remaining stuff is LSD. Hope this helps!
Two of the long-term effects of acid (LSD) are types of hallucinations, known as HPPD (hallucinogen persisting perception disorder) and psychosis.
HPPD causes repeated flashbacks to prior events, while psychosis disorders often effect behavioral changes or violent mood swings .These are the symptoms associated with long-term LSD use, however, the causes of these symptoms are not known.
LSD can affect your ability to think and reason, and can bring cause psychosis, an inability to think rationally and the inability to communicate with other people.Users of LSD may have psychological problems that severely affect their behavior. These include mood swings, violent behavior and paranoia. These effects can be seen with a single use of LSD, and may last for years.
Answer: The majority of drug tests only test for 5 drugs: marijuana, cocaine, pcp, methamphetamine, and opiates. So unless a drug tests is testing specifically for LSD,(which they typically do not) then LSD will not cause a positive.