LSD-25

LSD-25

(organic chemistry)
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Early research with hallucinogenic drugs, such as LSD-25, focused on their ability to produce a schizophrenic-like state, the so-called "psychotomimetic effect" (Hoffer & Osmond 1967: 36, 128).
The water cycling through the delicate glass structure, made of scavenged Victorian crystal, carries what a framed certificate assures us is a homeopathic trace of LSD-25.
In view of the fact that a great many of the effects observed in the group may be the result of suggestion [placebo effect] it would appear desirable to have one control group which has neither been given a training lecture on LSD-25, nor any information as to the symptoms of the drug being administered.
Comparison of the reactions induced by psilocybin and LSD-25 in man.