LSD is a psychedelic drug (the hallucinatory product), better known under the names of acid (“esid”), acid, trip etc. which has reached its upturn in the 60s and 70s of the last century with the growth of the hippie movement. It is easy to get in, most often using papyrus soaked with a solution of LSD crystals that are put into the tongue; no odor and slightly bitter taste. Also, compared to other drugs, one dose of LSD (one paper) is quite cheap and the price is about $ 5.
The history of LSD begins in Sandoz’s Swiss laboratory. Dr. Albert Hofmann, a chemist at Sandoz, then studied the fried head as a potent drug (it is a fungus that infects rhizome and wheat, and during the Middle Ages was responsible for poaching a large number of people who ate grafted cereals).
A few years later, LSD is introduced as a cure for psychiatric patients, and even psychiatrists are advised to use LSD to “better understand their patients”. However, by the mid-1960s, the LSD curtailment was forbidden because of its bad influence on social values.
The CIA also dealt with LSD research as a possible “serum of truth” and mind control tools in the MK-ULTRA project. During the project, these features of LSDs were investigated by thousands of people where psychic torture was frequently followed, after which many died. LSD was also investigated as a possible chemical weapon that would disable the enemy, creating hysteria and an unstable mental state, and that the enemy would not have been subjected to physical injury. However, LSD research for this purpose has been abandoned because its effects have been unpredictable.