Are there any physical effects of taking LSD or LSA?!

Question: Are there any physical effects of taking LSD or LSA!?
i know there are a lot of mental thing like how you can go schizophrenic but could it give you liver problems or something like that like alchohol can!?
and can you overdose on LSD or LSAWww@Answer-Health@Com

Ok I know you are asking if you can overdose and I believe the answer is yes to that!.I used to take acid when I was younger and some of my friends still do!.!.!.not advocating it just stating a fact!. i never felt like i had too much but I definitely saw some people who only took one hit and were gone! It was my boyfriends bday and he went on such a bad trip I actually wanted to dump him off at home and continue the party w/o him! Another friend totally went berserk after one hit and we had to physically restrain him and it got ugly!.!.!.!.one of my friends actually went crazy after a while!.!.she did it often and a lot of it and her mind kind of left her!.!.!.!.anyway if you are seriously into researching (which I am) check out these sites!. I know you said you weren't saying you were gonna take them but remember, you're 13 so your brain and body are still developing and it can affect you MUCH more than if your body is done growing!.Be safe my young friend! I saw your name and instantly felt a bond to you!.!.!.I have mushrooms tattooed on my back!

What are LSD's side effects!?
Users of LSD may experience some physiological effects, such as increased blood pressure and heart rate, dizziness, loss of appetite, dry mouth, sweating, nausea, numbness, and tremors!. LSD can trigger underlying mental problems and produce delusions, paranoia, and schizophrenia-like symptoms!. Persistent psychosis and hallucinogen persisting perception disorder (HPPD) may also occur!. Many LSD users experience flashbacks, recurrences of certain aspects of a life experience (including a previous drug trip), long after ingestion of the drug!. A flashback may occur suddenly, often without warning, and may occur within a few days or more than a year after LSD use!. LSD users quickly develop a high degree of tolerance for the drug's effects!. It is not considered an addictive drug, however, because it does not seem to produce compulsive drug-seeking behavior!.

what do you really think!.
for you to ask this!. and are you that sorta person that believe that there is no way that drugs can hurt your brain!. you need help!. Www@Answer-Health@Com

I don't think there have been any reported overdoses on LSD, as far as I can tell!. As for other effects, there don't appear to be any long-term or life-threatening ones!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

yeah you'll act like this


no-no-no-none that i can th-th-th-think of!.!.!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

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