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As it is a homologue to ALD-52 it is much comparable to LSD-25. With the introduction of 1P-LSD onto the fine chemical market researchers can intensify their research about lysergamides.
Contrary to popular opinion, 1P-LSD cannot undergo hydrolysis into LSD from contact with moisture in the atmosphere, it is quite stable under atmospheric conditions.
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Dissociatives produce analgesia, amnesia and catalepsy at anesthetic doses. They also produce a sense of detachment from the surrounding environment, hence “the state has been designated as dissociative anesthesia since the patient truly seems disassociated from his environment.” Dissociative symptoms include the disruption or compartmentalization of “…the usually integrated functions of consciousness, memory, identity or perception.”p. 523 Dissociation of sensory input can cause derealization, the perception of the outside world as being dream-like or unreal. Other dissociative experiences include depersonalization, which includes feeling detached from one’s body; feeling unreal; feeling able to observe one’s actions but not actively take control; being unable to recognize one’s self in the mirror while maintaining rational awareness that the image in the mirror is the same person. Simeon (2004) offered “…common descriptions of depersonalisation experiences: watching oneself from a distance (similar to watching a movie); candid out-of-body experiences; a sense of just going through the motions; one part of the self acting/participating while the other part is observing;….”
The classical dissociatives achieve their effect through blocking the signals received by the NMDA receptor set (NMDA receptor antagonism) and include ketamine, methoxetamine (MXE), phencyclidine (PCP), dextromethorphan (DXM), and nitrous oxide. However, dissociation is also remarkably administered by salvinorin A’s (the active constituent in Salvia divinorum shown to the left) potent κ-opioid receptor agonism
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Many users of dissociatives have been concerned about the possibility of NMDA antagonist neurotoxicity (NAN). This concern is partly due to William E. White, the author of the DXM FAQ, who claimed that dissociatives definitely cause brain damage. The argument was criticized on the basis of lack of evidence and White retracted his claim.White’s claims and the ensuing criticism surrounded original research by John Olney. Buy 75x 1P-LSD Blotter 100mcg Online. 75x 1P-LSD Blotter 100mcg For Sale Online
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