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LSD Names

LSD effects not only the brain but other parts of the body as well. This article contains information on the warning signs of LSD use, LSD names, LSD street names (common street names of LSD), and some methods of LSD use. Also, songs about LSD.

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The most noticeable signs of LSD use are probably delusions and visual hallucinations. These are often accompanied by a high degree of anxiety and loss of connection with reality (called “bad trips”). These effects can be re-experienced, even without taking LSD again.

Other physical effects include: 

  • heightened body temperature 
  • increased heart rate
  • increased blood pressure 
  • sleeplessness 
  • loss of appetite

None of these physical effects are definitive signs of LSD usage, but they do bear looking into in any case, so consulting a health care professional is a good idea.

Another way to recognize use is if the person refers to the substance.

LSD Street Names

As is often the case with street names, some of those for LSD are variations on some element of the substance’s chemical name, lysergic acid diethylamide): 

  • acid • battery acid 
  • big D 
  • blue acid 
  • Cid 
  • lime acid 
  • LSD

Others refer to an amount of LSD or a method of administration. Cube refers to the fact that because LSD is bitter, it is sometimes placed on sugar cubes. Paper and blotter reference the practice of placing blotter paper with liquid LSD on the tongue. The other references are to tablets. 

  • acid cube 
  • black tabs 
  • blotter 
  • blue microdot 
  • brown dots 
  • chocolate chips 
  • cube (1 oz.) 
  • microdot
  • paper acid 
  • peace tablets 
  • sugar cubes 
  • sugar lumps

Other street names refer to people associated with it or songs that were supposedly composed under its influence or similar items:

Electric Kool-Aid

Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test was journalist Tom Wolfe’s account of a period in the life of Ken Kesey, who sponsored “Acid Tests.”

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds 

“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” is a Lennon-McCartney song written in 1967 and recorded by the Beatles on their album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Beatles denied connection between the song and a reference to LSD • the title was based on a picture that Julian Lennon had drawn of a classmate

Owsley; Owsley’s acid; White Owsleys 

Owsley Stanley was a chemist who produced high quality LSD in the sixties.

Purple Haze 

“Purple Haze” is a Jimi Hendrix song from 1967 that was mistakenly thought to be a drug reference • it actually came from a dream he had.

Strawberry Fields Forever 

Credited as a Lennon-McCartney song, “Strawberry Fields Forever” was a 1967 Beatles song which was then included on Magical Mystery Tour. The title of the song refers to the Salvation Army orphanage in Woolton, but Lennon is thought to have used LSD in the period during which he created it, which accounts for the supposed connection.

Timothy Leary

Timothy Leary was a psychologist who experimented with hallucinogenic drugs and came to advocate their use.

There are many other names as well.

Warning Signs, Names, and Methods of LSD Use Sources:

  • drugabuse.gov/drugpages/acidLSD.html
  • snopes.com/music/hidden/lucysky.htm
  • amazon.com/gp
  • songfacts.com/detail.php?id=2553
  • whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/streetterms/default.asp
  • usscreeningsource.com/druginformation.htm
  • nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001945.htm

Related Article: LSD History >>


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