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Physical Characteri stics Schedulin g History Psychological Effects Physiological Effects Inter MDM A/Ec stas y white crystalline solid, orally consumed Mild CNS stimulant; empathoge n; entactogen (induces feeling); mild hallucinoge n and psychedelic ; appetite suppressan t; Schedule I; not addictive weight loss drug low doses: produce a sense of euphoria, a sense of calm or peace, increased sociability and closeness, heightened sensations from touch ( club drug ) high doses: hallucinations, paranoia, depression low doses: blurred vision, double vision. Causes temp. regulation facilities to behave erratically leading to excess perspiration high doses can cause hyperthermia because of this LSD LSD is produced in crystalline form and then mixed with excipients or redissolved for production in ingestible forms. Liquid solution is either distributed as-is in small vials or, more commonly, sprayed onto or soaked into a distribution medium Schedule I psychedelic hallucinoge n; not addictive Hofman n user's emotions may shift rapidly through a range from fear to euphoria, with transitions so rapid that the user may seem to experience several emotions simultaneously. LSD also has dramatic effects on the senses. Colors, smells, sounds, and other sensations seem highly intensified. In some cases, sensory perceptions may blend in a phenomenon known as synesthesia, in which a person seems to hear or feel colors and see sounds.
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