What is Liquid LSD LSD is a potent hallucinogen that is available as an odorless, colorless liquid. Typically, LSD “acid tabs”—liquid LSD—are dropped and dried onto blotter papers before being sold. It’s occasionally even dripped onto food, like sugar cubes, and then consumed. In case you were unsure of what LSD stands for, here…
What are LSD Gel Tabs LSD gel tabs resemble classic LSD blotters but instead of being made of paper, they are made of a little square of infused gelatin. These perfectly resemble small Jell-O pieces. They can be made to stand out by having unique shapes and designs, or they can be painted or made…
Generic Name: Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
LSD is available as saturated sugar cubes, tablets, “micro dots,” saturated absorbent paper (like blotter paper, divided into tiny, decorated squares, each square indicating one dose), and liquid. Oral LSD misuse occurs.