LSD / Acid by Jessica & Katheleen

What is LSD/ Acid: LSD is a hallucinogen. It's use for pleasure includes insight, distortion of sense, time and distance. A person on LSD/Acid will show signs of being high.

Symptoms: Dilated pupils, salivation or dry mouth, sweating or chills, tingling fingers or toes

Negative effects using LSD/Acid: Psychosis, hypothermia, major depression

Addiction issues includes blurred vision, Inability to perform complex tasks like driving or operating machinery, and dizziness

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