D-lysergic acid diethylamide, known on the street as LSD and “acid”, is one of the most common hallucinogens that are abused recreationally. Hallucinogens significantly alter the user’s perception of reality, time, sounds, thoughts, and feelings. It also produces intense visual hallucinations and changes in mood. The chemical it is derived from, lysergic acid is also found in a deadly fungus that grows on moldy rye and other staple grains.
It goes by many different names other than acid or LSD, such as blotter, tabs, dots, gels, and more. On the street, it can come in as many different forms as it has names. Most popularly, it is seen as blotter paper which has been soaked in an acid solution and dried. The paper is placed on the tongue and the acid is allowed to absorb into the mouth. The acid can also be “dropped” onto various items that are then consumed, such as sugar cubes and gummy bears.
What are Acid Gel Tabs?
Acid gel tabs are also known as windowpane acid and are one of the most popular and possibly dangerous ways to consume LSD. Acid gel tabs are a particularly potent form of acid where the LSD and alcohol solution is mixed with gelatin as a firming agent then pressed into a mold of some sort.