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ALD-52, or N-acetyl-LSD is a less common chemical analogue of LSD, first synthesised by Albert Hoffman. It was famously implicated in the 'Orange Sunshine' trial. A psychedelic lysergamide, this compound exhibits similar properties to LSD, and is thought to be a pro-drug for LSD.
Psychedelics are drugs which alter the perception, causing a number of mental effects which manifest in many forms including altered states of consciousness, visual or tactile effects.Read more on TripSit Wiki...
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visual distortions, a sense of childlike wonder, brightening of colors,racing thoughts, hue shifts, euphoria, anxiety, confusion
marijuana (can potentiate effects)
No interaction information for ALD-52