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Lsd Sheets

Lsd Sheets  “A tab of acid“ AKA “blotter acid”  consists of a small piece of blotter paper soaked in liquid LSD.

Lysergic acid diethylamide is more commonly referred to as LSD or acid. This is one of the most popular psychedelic drugs in existence. Meanwhile, It is the third most used illegal substance behind cannabis and cocaine.

Anyone who has had the chance to take LSD or has started to do research on dosing has probably heard of blotters (also called blotter paper).

In this guide, you’ll learn what blotters are, how to take them safely, what the dosage looks like, and what steps you should take to ensure a safe and positive experience overall.

What Is an LSD Blotter?

An LSD blotter or LSD Sheet is a small tab of absorbent paper onto which liquid LSD has been soaked.

Blotter paper is subsequently one of the most common methods of dosing for LSD for a few reasons: 

  • It makes dosing LSD much safer and more accurate
  • Blotter paper is easier to store and distribute
  • Blotter paper has a long shelf-life

Blotter paper also makes storing LSD more straightforward, even for long periods.

Blotters are usually made into large printed sheets with distinct imagery, called LSD blotter art. This acts like the branding for that particular batch of acid and its manufacturer.

Sheets of LSD

Lsd Sheets
LSD Blotter Art

Each sheet is 7.5 x 7.5 inches and contains 900 perforated 1/4 inch squares (called tabs). Each of these individual squares contains a piece of the larger artwork, along with a dose ranging from 80–200 mcg of LSD each (depending on the purity of the LSD used to make the blotters and the absorbency of the blotter paper).

How Do You Take A Tab of Acid?

Blotters (tabs) are the most popular dosing method for using LSD because of how easy they are to use. A newer method called LSD gel tabs follows a similar approach and has become more popular in recent years as well.

Most users drop a single tab or a part of a tab under the tongue and hold it there for 10 minutes or so. 

Some users swear by holding the tab sublingually for 45 minutes, but anecdotal evidence suggests no difference in effects after just 10 or 15 minutes.

After the first 10 minutes, swallow the blotter or take it out of your mouth and throw it out.

Again, there are no reported differences in effects between removing the blotter paper and swallowing it.

LSD Paper Sheets

Lsd Sheets

You can also cut each tab into smaller pieces using a sharp knife. Common denominations include half or a quarter of a tab.

For microdosing LSD, tabs should be cut into 9 even squares. The standard microdose is about 10% of a standard dose. You can choose to cut the tabs into 10 squares to be more accurate, but 9 is close enough and is much easier to divide evenly.

What Do Blotters Taste Like?

LSD blotters shouldn’t taste like anything. Pure LSD doesn’t have any taste or smell. If you notice a bitter or unpleasant flavor, or you notice that the area of your mouth where you’re keeping the blotter paper feels tingly or numb, chances are your blotter doesn’t contain pure LSD.

If you notice a clear taste from your blotter, take the tab out immediately. It could contain a compound called 25I-NBOMe, which has similar effects as acid but is much more dangerous.

You can avoid this issue altogether by testing a small piece of your blotter square with a reagent test kit prior to taking it (highly recommended).

Related: 7 Most Common LSD Myths & Misconceptions [Debunked].

How to Take LSD Blotters Safely

LSD is generally considered a safe substance if it’s used properly. Taking the correct dose and being prepared for your trip are certainly the best ways to ensure you have a positive trip.

Preparing yourself mentally and physically and ensuring you have the right “set and setting” is indeed crucial for avoiding bad trips and negative experiences.

Here are some tips for using LSD blotters safely: 

  1. Always test a sample before you take it. Use the Ehrlich and Hoffmann reagents
  2. Only take one tab if this is your first experience with LSD. Even if the effects take a long time to kick in, be patient and don’t double-dose.
  3. Only use LSD if you’re with people you trust (and willing to remain sober throughout the journey).
  4. Only take LSD if you’re in the right mindset (if you’re feeling depressed, worried, or anxious, it’s not wise to use LSD).
  5. Only take acid if you’re in a safe and familiar location.
  6. Clear your schedule for the day before you begin; it’s not a good idea to have important plans later, even if the effects are supposed to be worn off in time.
  7. Never take acid if you or a close family member have been diagnosed with psychosis or schizophrenia.

What’s the Proper Dosage When Taking LSD Blotters?

Bottom Line: One dose of LSD is equal to one full tab of acid. The potency of each tab can vary from one batch to the next.

LSD is extremely potent. It’s one of the few psychedelics active at a sub-milligram dose. This is why LSD is measured in micrograms rather than milligrams or grams. The threshold dose (the minimum amount needed for psychoactive effects) is only about 50 micrograms.

A standard LSD dose is around 80–100 micrograms. This dose will supply a somewhat potent psychedelic experience without too much risk of being overwhelming.

A single tab of LSD blotter paper is designed to contain roughly 100 micrograms each, but the actual dose can vary from about 80 to 140 mcg. It’s impossible to know the exact potency of the LSD tab without high-tech analysis equipment. This is why it helps to know from the source of the LSD how powerful it is based on others who have already tried a sample from the current batch.

All tabs that come from an individual LSD blotter art paper should generally have roughly the same potency.

Let’s break down the doses of LSD blotters: 

  1. Microdose — Anything under 20 mcg (most aim for 10% of the standard psychoactive dose). This works out to about 10% of a blotter square.
  2. Threshold dose — The official threshold is listed at 50 mcg, but this can vary depending on the users’ size and sensitivity to LSD. This can range from 20 to 60 mcg.
  3. Standard psychoactive dose — The usual dose of LSD is between 80 and 100 mcg (one full tab of LSD).
  4. Heroic dose — This dose is not recommended. Meanwhile, anything over 200 mcg is considered a heroic dose. The effects of LSD at this dose are comparable to DMT.

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