Posted by Q (18.104.22.168) on July 14, 2000 at 17:53:13:
In Reply to: Q's fer Q posted by Miguel on July 14, 2000 at 14:15:48:
The standard "recreational" dose is 80 to 100 micrograms, according to one of my old hippie friends.
The DEA has the following to say about dosages: "After a decline in its illicit use after its initial popularity in the 1960s, LSD made a comeback in the 1990s. However, the current average oral dose consumed by users is 30 to 50 micrograms, a decrease of nearly 90 percent from the 1960 average dose of 250 to 300 micrograms. Lower potency doses probably account for the relatively few LSD-related emergency incidents during the past several years and its present popularity among young people. " http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/concern/lsd.htm
Another source, "http://www.streetdrugs.org/lsd2.htm", has the following to say about dosages: "The dosage level that will produce an hallucinogenic effect in humans generally is considered to be 25 micrograms. Over the past several years, the potency of LSD obtained during drug law enforcement operations has ranged between 20 and 80 micrograms per dosage unit. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recognizes 50 micrograms as the standard dosage unit equivalency. " So, it would seem, anything less than 20 micrograms seems to be unmarketable on the street and is most likely disposed of by the holder.
So, to begin with the smallest dosage considered marketable and below the 25 microgram hallucignenic dose, I arrived at 20 micrograms as the appropriate starting dose for CH treatment.
So, you may ask, how do you determine quality? Have it tested, of course. The following lab has been sugested, but I have not yet contacted them.
"http://www.pharmchem.com/" There are two methods for testing: (1) send them the drug as acquired, or (2) send them a urine sample containing the drug. The implications are obvious.
initial dose @ 20 mg
This interval just seems right, for some reason.
So, that is the basic plan.
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