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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:45 am 
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LSD is actually a very non-toxic drug, done in a same envirment, with safe poeople with a safe dose and no mental health disorder it is one of the safest drugs ever ITS LD-50 os extemely low. it is less toxic than aspirin. only bad things are when people don't pull their head out of the loop and get stuck in the time warp. i have seen on level 100. running arround changing their cloths every 20minutes picking up stuff off the ground and trying to trade it to people at a BARTER FAIRE/Rainbow festival. he did not come down and stayed that fucked up the whole 3 days i was their.


wow...cool/ thanks for yer contribution btw :lol:


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Hey just wanted to throw in my 2 cents. I ate mushrooms (much safer than LSD in my opinion) every day for a couple years in my 20's. It has always been my opinion that those types of drugs simply magnify whatever mental state you are in. In my 20's I was quite happy go-lucky, and eating mushrooms made me LOVE life SOOO much. I loved everything and everyone. Nonstop laughter and all that.

The only people I knew who had bad trips were the people who were angry or depressed to start with. I've gone through a few periods of depression since then, and I would never ever take a hallucinogen when in a depressed state.

But I think they are beautiful drugs when in the right frame of mind to take them. And not a bit addicting. I had absolutely no problem quitting them when my source dried up. Yes, the world seems boring for about a day, but that's it. Anyway, that's my experience.


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