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1D-LSD dosages


The dosage of 1D-LSD

The right dosage is the be-all and end-all when researching with 1D-LSD. Depending on how this is chosen, the journey can be more relaxed or more rapid. In the following article, we will look at what types of dosage there are and what factors can influence the way it works.


Why is the correct dosage important?

A well-planned and well-taken dosage can achieve exactly the desired effects. However, if the dosage is too high or too low, other effects can occur, some of which may be undesirable.
A conventional dosage of 1D-LSD is 100mcg, which is an appropriate dose for most new researchers. Over time and with experience, you can of course increase the dose.


What dosages do we offer and how can you use them?

At Acid Berlin we place great value on product diversity, which is why we want to offer both experienced researchers and newcomers a wide range of dosage options. There is something for every taste:


150mcg Normaldose

The normal dose of 150mcg is referred to as a “normal dose” that you can build on. For example, you can simply increase this dose with microdose pellets and thus increase it with ease.
Usually, hallucinations begin to appear, the perception of oneself and one's surroundings changes and sensory confusion can occur. With 150mcg of 1D-LSD, you experience what you would expect from a classic LSD trip.

10mcg Microdose

Our blue microdose pellets, with their 10mcg active ingredient per pellet, are perfect for microdosing or for adjusting a higher dose. Especially in combination with normal or extra doses, they are ideal for exploring new doses.
This dosage is particularly recommended for everyday microdosing. Microdosing can improve concentration and creativity and is used by many as a "coffee substitute" on a daily basis.

225mcg Extradose

The 225mcg Extradose pellets are perfect for experienced researchers. They offer a fairly high active ingredient content, concentrated in a single pellet, which can be seen as a good base dose for experienced users. The orange pellets combine wonderfully with the blue Microdose.
Of course, the higher dose also produces a greater change in effect. Hallucinations become stronger, self-perception and perception of others continue to change, and stronger visual effects can occur.


100mcg Dropper Bottle

The newest dosing option for 1D-LSD is the dropper bottle. With either 50 or 100 drops, each containing 100mcg of active ingredient, this type of dosing is a novelty, super compact and extremely handy to use.
In terms of effectiveness, you can choose with this variant.
From normal dosage to increased dosage, everything is possible with the dropper bottle. This means you can choose freely from generating normal visual effects or more intense perceptions (50 - 100mcg) to spiritual and mystical experiences (300mcg +).

Dosage differences 1D-LSD and LSD

There is a slight difference in dosage between 1D-LSD and classic LSD, which is purely logical since, as the name suggests, 1D-LSD has an extra molecule attached and thus the molecular mass is higher.

Molecular mass describes the weight of a molecule in a chemical compound. This means that, purely in terms of weight, we would need more of the derivative to achieve the original effect of LSD.

As a rule of thumb, 1.34mcg of 1D-LSD corresponds to 1.00mcg of pure LSD.


Influences on the effect

Not every dose always has the same effect on every person. But even in one and the same person, different factors can produce different effects with the same dose. In addition to general factors such as the researcher's weight and tolerance , metabolism and the fullness of the stomach also play a role.
Some people feel the effects after about 20 minutes, others only after an hour. If you have eaten a lot beforehand, the onset of the effects can also be delayed.

In such cases, it is important to wait for the effect to take place before taking more and risking an overdose.

Influences on the effect can be:

  • Dosage as such
  • Set and setting
  • individual tolerance
  • Interaction with other substances
  • Nutrition and metabolism
  • genetics
  • Old
  • Weight
  • General condition
  • Hydration
  • lack of sleep
  • previous mental illnesses
  • acoustic and visual stimuli
  • social interactions
  • Expectations and context


What is an overdose?

An overdose, as the name suggests, is when too much active ingredient is taken. The researcher cannot control the increasing effect and any unwanted side effects that may occur, which can result in anxiety or even panic.

An overdose is usually very unpleasant, which is why you should always wait until the effect takes place before, for example, taking more or taking a very high dose straight away.

The same applies here: what is in the system is in it. You should improve slowly and with the necessary respect.


What is underdosing?

Underdosing is not a major problem per se. For example, with microdoses the researcher still has the chance to increase the dose during the trip if the effect is too weak.

However, you should not immediately take too much of the drug, as the so-called peak of the trip only occurs after a few hours and the effect can continue to increase until then (risk of overdose if the dose is too high).


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