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Liquid LSD is very potent. You should avoid taking it directly unless you know how diluted it is. The information above is probably all the information one needs to take liquid LSD. Those who want to fully understand the dosing of LSD should read on.
How to Take Liquid LSD
Many people who use LSD regularly prefer liquid acid to all other forms, because when properly stored, it can last for many years, absorbs quickly and is easy to effectively split.
Most people prefer to have some food in their stomach, but only a light snack. It is important to avoid drinking tap water, as the chlorine and certain other chemicals used in municipal water supply will destroy LSD on contact. Even bottled water may contain these chemicals, so avoiding drinking water for an hour or so before tripping may be advised.
The simplest way to take liquid LSD is to apply a drop to a sugar cube or on a spoon, place in one’s mouth and keep it there as long as possible to allow it to absorb through the skin. LSD is rapidly absorbed under the tongue (sublingual), and sublingual absorption eliminates any concern around having food in the stomach that might slow absorption. Or worse, having chlorinated water one’s stomach, destroying the LSD.
One should avoid putting liquid LSD directly from the bottle to your mouth to avoid ending up with two drops or zero drops. As it can be surprisingly challenging to see drops. Dispensing onto a medium such as a sugar cube or onto a spoon reduces error. We always have two people watch when we distribute a dose, especially if re-dosing while intoxicated.
Avoid putting doses on anything too small, or medium that has no absorption, as in either case the drop may run off.
When distributing liquid LSD it is important to hold the bottle directly vertical, and to slowly and gently squeeze the bottle to get a uniform drop.
If you plan to split a dose, you will want to read our article “Volumetric Dosing of LSD and Splitting LSD Doses”.
Thoughts About LSD Dosing
Erowid and other sources provide the following guidance on doses:
Light Dose: 20 – 75 ug
Common Dose: 50 – 150 ug
Strong Dose: 150 – 400 ug
Heavy Dose: 400 + ug
The ranges are very broad, and the descriptions very vague. It just gives the most basic of information. A starting point for a new user, but otherwise not very useful. However, once a user has taken a precisely measured trip, they have established a “baseline trip”. They have no idea of the actual amount of LSD they have ingested, only the actual volume of liquid they have ingested. They can then adjust dose higher or lower to obtain a more or less intense LSD effect.
One need never know how much LSD is actually ingested, and instead only know that the dose is the same as the baseline, 10% higher than the baseline, 20% lower, etc. So with precise measurements, one gets all the information they need. The actual amount of LSD ingested is essentially irrelevant after the first time. Only the amount taken versus other trips in the critical information.