LSD is man-made drug that is made from a fungus called ergot which grows on some grain and rye.

This drug can enter the body by swallowing pills or licking off the drug from blotter sheets. It sometimes comes in a liquid form.

This abusive drug has no odor or color, and causes intense hallucinations.

This drug causes images that aren't real and messes up the bodies senses. The side effects could also come back days or months later. Anxiety, depression, heart rate, and body temperate could all increase while on LSD.

LSD is a non-toxic drug, and it doesn't hurt your body.

This drug is non-addictive. The reason why people would want to take it is because you want too, not because you have too.

About 20 million Americans ages 12 and plus have used LSD at least once in there life.

LSD was common in pop culture because artists would use it to get there minds flowing for creativity.

Street names include: Acid, Blotter Acid, Dots, Mellow Yellow, Window Pane

Long term effects of LSD include feelings of depression and suicidal thoughts. Also some mental problems, as well as damage to your sight. Another long term effect is having flashbacks that can come months later with memories from being on LSD.

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