1V-LSD 225MCG ART BLOTTERS INFORMATION
The RC 1V-LSD 225mcg Art Blotters is compared to LSD, but is and may only be used for research purposes
HAZARD STATEMENTS 1V-LSD 225MCG ART BLOTTERS:
- It can cause respiratory and eye irritation. Never discharge research chemicals into the environment.
SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS 1V-LSD 225MCG ART BLOTTERS:
IF IN EYES: Rinse carefully with water for at least 10 to 15 minutes, remove contact lenses if necessary. In case of skin contact: Rinse with water, if possible also with soap. Inhalation: Take fresh air and adopt a position that promotes breathing.
- Do not expose to heat sources. Keep it refrigerated, store it in a good container and keep it out of the reach of children. Good stability of the blotters under the above conditions can take up to 2 years.
These custom designed 1V-LSD 225ug Blotters are 50% stronger than our usual blotters and recommended for experienced researchers only!
What is 1V-LSD?
Introducing 1V-LSD (1-valeroyl-lysergic acid diethylamide hemi-L-tartrate) or “Valerie” for short.
Just like 1P-LSD and 1cP-LSD, 1V-LSD is a Lysergamide prodrug based on an Ergoline structure, which means it will share many characteristics with LSD-25 in a lab setting and likely works through a similar mechanism of action. A prodrug is basically an inactive compound that becomes active upon ingestion due to chemical reactions during metabolisation.
What are the effects 0f 1V-LSD?
While it is still early in the lifespan of 1V-LSD, initial reports suggest very similar effects to LSD and 1cP-LSD. However, there are some key differences that seem to distinguish 1V-LSD from other lysergamides.
The main differences we’ve so far been able to ascertain are:
- Longer onset – 1V-LSD seems to take around 2-3 hours for the effects to take hold. Compared to 1-2 hours (or even shorter) for 1cP-LSD and LSD-25.
- Greater visual hallucinations – many researchers have reported that 1V-LSD produces more intense visuals at lower or comparable doses compared to other lysergamides.
- Nausea – a seemingly larger proportion of researchers report feeling nauseous (occasionally leading to throwing up) than with other lysergamides.
So why such differing effects? The most plausible reason seems to be due to the larger molecular mass of 1V-LSD compared to other LSD-25 analogues (and of course LSD itself, which has the smallest molar mass of all lysergamides), which will likely affect how it is metabolized by the body, making it more difficult for the stomach’s enzymes to break it down (hence the longer onset).
Interestingly, despite the relatively common reports of nausea, almost all researchers still seem to view their overall experience of experiments with 1V-LSD as positive.
Testing shows that 225mcg 1V-LSD is comparable to roughly 187.5mcg 1cP-LSD so please adjust your research accordingly.
Product Name: 1V-LSD 225mcg Blotters
Other Name(s): 1-Valeroyl-lysergic acid diethylamide hemi-L-tartrate
IUPAC: (8β)-1-pentanoyl-N,N-diethyl-6-methyl-9,10-didehydroergoline-8-carboxamide hemi-L-tartrate
Active Ingredient(s): 1V-LSD L-tartrate (225 mcg)
Other Ingredient(s): Soy based ink, 200 gsm blotting paper