Acid is a powerful hallucinogenic drug that alters your perception of the outside world. Acid can turn you into a gibbering, giggling wreck, make the world seem like a magical place. During the course of a trip, the entire universe can turn unreal, colors become deeply intense, everyday objects take on bizarre and sometimes wonderful new forms, and all your senses can become confused and distorted.
Usually coming in the form of small squares of paper or tiny pellets, acid can take anything from 20 minutes to 2 hours to take effect, with trips usually lasting around 7 to 12 hours. There’s no real way of knowing how strong a tab is or how it will affect you.
Side effects: You will quite probably laugh out loud at the sight of everyday object, converse with the trees, talk complete gibberish for hours on end and annoy just about anyone within a ten yard radius. Some people may experience flashbacks days or even weeks after taking acid, where it can feel like they’re reliving certain elements of their trip.
Health risks: There are no known physical side effects associated with acid use, nor is there any evidence of brain damage. There are some psychological risks, however, particularly for those with a history of mental problems. Avoid taking acid if you’re already feeling mad or depressed as this could result in a bad trip. People have been known to harm themselves under the influence of acid.
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