Posted by Miguel (22.214.171.124) on November 07, 2000 at 12:29:47:
In Reply to: Thin ice posted by Q on November 07, 2000 at 01:00:24:
Receptor saturation, something that I recall we touched
upon some time ago, is readily achieved by LSD. Therefore,
it is sort of like the story of the three little pigs and
the wolf...the wolf blew and puffed and blew...until
he turned purple, yet the house was still there.
Once you saturate the receptor, you can swim in LSD
swimin pools, the effect will not be prolonged, nor
enhanced. You may be wasting a lot of money, and perhaps
risking serious side effects not related at all
to the purpose you are trying to achieve. Toxicology
studies on LSD are fairly incomplete. Although a
minimal/sub-recreational dose might not be recommened,
perhaps not going overboard might be.
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