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I doubt that there would be any gluten on the tabs, and even if there were the amount would be so small it likely would not cause issues. That said, obviously not doing it would be the safest choice and what I recommend, whether or not there is any gluten on the tabs.

If you're dead set on trying this, and it sounds like you are, be sure you're with some good friends who have done it before. It's not something that you should do while alone, and it's best to have someone with experience who can be your guide. 


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My first thought was really, the world is dropping sick with a new virus and you are thinking of dropping acid. 

Blotter paper might be contaminated. I believe ergot is grown on rye. Bit like the blue cheese of the drug world

Don't do it. No good comes of stuff like that anyway. 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, AuntieE said:

My first thought was really, the world is dropping sick with a new virus and you are thinking of dropping acid. 

Blotter paper might be contaminated. I believe ergot is grown on rye. Bit like the blue cheese of the drug world

Don't do it. No good comes of stuff like that anyway. 

 

 

 

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When dropping acid, the least of your problems would be gluten.


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2 hours ago, Fenrir said:

When dropping acid, the least of your problems would be gluten.

Omg, Too funny. Well I think most celiacs ppl tend to be sensitive to a lot of chemicals I would think . I am just assuming. I am allergic to all chemicals and smells so no chemicals/drugs for me.  I also have a sense of smell like a dog.   Maybe I can be trained to sniff out gluten.

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6 hours ago, Zenith said:

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23 hours ago, Scott Adams said:

I doubt that there would be any gluten on the tabs, and even if there were the amount would be so small it likely would not cause issues. That said, obviously not doing it would be the safest choice and what I recommend, whether or not there is any gluten on the tabs.

If you're dead set on trying this, and it sounds like you are, be sure you're with some good friends who have done it before. It's not something that you should do while alone, and it's best to have someone with experience who can be your guide. 

 

 

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Thank you for the replies .

I appreciate the comments,and am doing some research on this ,also to give advice to teenagers ,who might be experimenting with LSD

I was writing in reference to an article that I read on Celiac.com 10/06/2010 titled Do you know where LSD comes from ?

The information in the article said LSD was originally made from gluten grains ,which were refined and synthesized  : ergot.

I was wondering if anyone knew about current practice,and thank you for people who gave advice and suggestions.

Regarding the person who felt like commenting with judgement,thank you also for reminding me that on these kind of open forums ,some people aren't necessarily supportive ,and can be very quick to judge , making knee jerk ,reactionary comments ...

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On 3/9/2020 at 4:28 PM, Shamangirl22 said:

Regarding the person who felt like commenting with judgement,thank you also for reminding me that on these kind of open forums ,some people aren't necessarily supportive ,and can be very quick to judge , making knee jerk ,reactionary comments ...

Why would anyone be supportive of someone who is openly telling people they are going to drop acid?  That is not judgemental at all, it is common sense.

I have a cousin who was a young adult in the 60’s, when a lot of people did acid.  She did acid also.  She disappeared for a week and no one could find her.  Her car was found abandoned in a less than desirable location.  Her parents were crazy with worry.  After a week, they got a phone call from her and she was found in another state, really, really far from home, with no memory of how she got there or what had happened to her over that week.  Her decision making ability has never been the same.  This was the reason I never touched hard drugs.  Lesson learned.

That is not judgement but a warning of what can happen when you mess with illegal drugs.

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Y’all seriously need to do some acid.
 

I always assume there is some risk of gluten, but for what it’s worth I’ve never noticed an effect. I’d say the risk of paper tabs and liquid are lowww. Have to watch what random candy it’s dropped on though. Typically the trip is worth the risk. Education is always better than fear and lsd is much safer than people believe. 
 

Putting this out there for the people who google this later and don’t want to feel shamed by people with no personal experience. Do your own research, treat it with respect and enjoy the life changing experience that awaits. 
 

Also, what better time to expand your consciousness and explore morality than during a pandemic? Shrooms are lovely during this time as well.
 

Stay safe and healthy (physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually) ?

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Not to beat a dead horse here BUT the use of the word shaming is getting incredibly old.  Giving people examples of why they should not mess around with hard drugs is not shaming, it is common sense advice.  But there are people who can’t recognize good advice when they see it, so resort to ridiculous terms like shaming and lack of personal experience.

If you take pleasure in doing hard drugs, fine.  Everyone has a right to potentially screw themselves up as it is their life but I can guarantee you that successful, well adjusted people haven’t spent their time doing acid.  It comes with high risk so you have to choose wisely.  Gluten is the very last thing you need to worry about if you are doing hard drugs.

 

 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Gemini said:

Not to beat a dead horse here BUT the use of the word shaming is getting incredibly old.  Giving people examples of why they should not mess around with hard drugs is not shaming, it is common sense advice.  But there are people who can’t recognize good advice when they see it, so resort to ridiculous terms like shaming and lack of personal experience.

If you take pleasure in doing hard drugs, fine.  Everyone has a right to potentially screw themselves up as it is their life but I can guarantee you that successful, well adjusted people haven’t spent their time doing acid.  It comes with high risk so you have to choose wisely.  Gluten is the very last thing you need to worry about if you are doing hard drugs.

 

 

 

 

 

You really shouldn't speak of something you've clearly got no idea about. Acid and shrooms are not hard drugs! In fact, according to World Health Organization shrooms are the safest drug on the planet - which is pretty far from being a "hard drugs". 

Just stay safe, test what you buy, find a nice place and right time and you'll be just fine. 

Even more, you'll probably have a lot of fun!

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3 hours ago, Jan Meindfak said:

You really shouldn't speak of something you've clearly got no idea about. Acid and shrooms are not hard drugs! In fact, according to World Health Organization shrooms are the safest drug on the planet - which is pretty far from being a "hard drugs". 

Just stay safe, test what you buy, find a nice place and right time and you'll be just fine. 

Even more, you'll probably have a lot of fun!

I never mentioned mushrooms, just acid.  I have no experience with either of them and have no desire to.  I can handle reality just fine, without the use of either of them, and have plenty of fun without resorting to hard drugs, of which acid most certainly is.  You are probably young and won’t realize the damage you may cause until you get older and the problems set in.  That is the way it usually works.  You also do not need to do drugs to have knowledge of them.  I grew up in the 60’s and 70’s, so have way more knowledge than you think.  I saw what they did to people I knew and there are consequences to actions.  But some people have to experience the damage before they believe it.

The opinion of the WHO holds no water with me. I don’t consider them a reputable organization anymore.  And that is just my opinion, nothing more.

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I think it's fair to say that these drugs are powerful, and have powerful effects. Psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient in mushrooms is now being studied by several groups as possibly the most power anti-depressant drug known to man (one positive "trip" could, in some people, relieve depressive symptoms for years), however, I've also seen people and heard stories of those who have "bad trips," which can cause serious psychological damage that can, in some cases, be irreversible. 

I would say that even if you fall into the positive trip category after trying either of these, it's best not to do them very often at all. I suspect they are capable of doing some serious brain re-wiring that can be long lasting.

I think there was definitely some truth to the old joke we used to have that "he/she must have taken too much acid," when someone seemed to have lost their grip on reality. For the people I knew who took either of these drugs too often you could not always tell whether they were on the drug and tripping all the time, or they were so affected by them that they seemed to be tripping even when they were not on them. We used to call those people "acid heads." The story of Syd Barrett, a founding member of Pink Floyd comes to mind. Be safe...


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