GELATIN Gel Mold, Also known as “window panes”. Gelatin LSD is made by mixing liquid LSD with gelatin and forming it into small, thin squares. The benefit of this method is that less of the LSD is exposed to sun and air which break down lysergic acid diethylamide. A single square of gelatin is commonly stronger than a single blotter tab of LSD. (Rough estimate 50 – 150 ug per square).
For longer lasting mold, pour liquid gelatin water into mold ONCE cool/room temperature. Freshly boiled water is NOT recommended.
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Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, LSD, is a derivative from ergot, a fungus that grows on rye and other grains. It was discovered in 1938 and was used in the early 1950s for experimentation by doctors and therapists to treat individuals with mental disorders, alcoholism, epilepsy and terminal cancer. These experiments proved unsuccessful but the interest in LSD grew as reports of its alleged mystical effects peaked curiosity in many. In response to the growing use of LSD, legislators passed laws in the mid-1960s banning the manufacture and use of this drug. However, illegal laboratories and black market dealers were already producing the drug.
LSD is one of the most potent of all drugs because it is active in extremely small amounts. One dose is usually 50 to 300 micrograms which is equivalent to 0.00005 to 0.00003 grams. One ounce is able to supply approximately 300,000 doses. LSD is odorless, colorless and tasteless. It is sold on the street in tablets or capsules. In its liquid form it is placed in or on another substance and allowed to dry. These substances include sugar cubes, postage stamps, “microdots” – tiny balls of compacted powder, “windowpane” – small squares of gelatin sheets or cellophane and “blotter” – small squares of paper. When added to the gelatin sheets or blotter paper it is divided into small squares, with each representing a dose, then the LSD is licked off or swallowed.
LSD users are unlikely to take it while at school, work or home where they might be observed. Especially during the early stages of its use, these drugs are generally taken in a group situation under conditions that will enhance their effect such as at a party.
The Body’s Reaction to LSD
LSD is quickly absorbed from the stomach and intestines and effects are felt within 30 to 40 minutes. The physical effects of LSD include dilated pupils, higher body temperature, increased heart rate and blood pressure, sweating, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, dry mouth and tremors.