D.O.J Lsd 300ug
D.O.J Lsd 300ug, On April 19, 1943, Hofmann perform a self-experiment to determine the true effects of LSD, intentionally ingesting 0.25 milligrams (250 micrograms) of the substance, an amount he predict to be a threshold dose (an actual threshold dose is 0.02 milligrams).
Less than an hour later, Hofmann experienced sudden and intense changes in perception.
Therefore, He asked his laboratory assistant to escort him home. As was customary in Basel, they made the journey by bicycle. On the way, Hofmann’s condition rapidly deteriorated as he struggled with feelings of anxiety.
alternating in his beliefs that the next-door neighbor was a malevolent witch, that he was going insane, and that the LSD had poisoned him.
When the house doctor arrived, however, he could detect no physical abnormalities, save for a pair of incredibly dilated pupils.
Hofmann foresaw the drug as a powerful psychiatric tool
because of its intense and introspective nature, he couldn’t imagine anyone using it recreationally.
Bicycle Day is increasingly observed in psychedelic communities as a day to celebrate the discovery of LSD.
Throughout the 1950s, mainstream media reported on research into LSD and its growing use in psychiatry, and undergraduate psychology students taking LSD as part of their education described the effects of the drug. Time magazine published six positive reports on LSD between 1954 and 1959.
LSD was originally perceive as a psychotomimetic capable of producing model psychosis.
By the mid-1950s, LSD research was being conducted in major American medical centers, where researchers used LSD as a means of temporarily replicating the effects of mental illness.
One of the leading authorities on LSD during the 1950s in the United States was the psychoanalyst Sidney Cohen.
Cohen first took the drug on October 12, 1955 and expect to have an unpleasant trip, but was surprise when he experience no confused, disoriented delirium.
He reported that the problems and strivings, the worries and frustrations of everyday life vanished; in their place was a majestic, sunlit, heavenly inner quietude.
Cohen immediately began his own experiments with LSD with the help of Aldous Huxley whom he had met in 1955.