Citation: Stiggity Steve. "Virtually No Loss Of Potency: An Experience with LSD (exp74038)". Erowid.org. Dec 13, 2017. erowid.org/exp/74038
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At the beginning of July 2008, I had experienced the most powerful LSD experience to that date. Thanks to that experience, I learned how never to have a bad experience with psychedelics. As such, I became an avid acid user for the entirety of that glorious month. A friend of mine had come across two eyedropper-fulls of liquid LSD in the Detroit area. It was high quality, quite potent stuff. Two drops gave me visuals just as intense as maybe three blotters. I eventually bought two and a half hits from him. In order to keep them for whenever I wanted to take them, I had him drop the hits onto a piece of a cigarette package. I then wrapped them in foil. I put them in my freezer, then promptly forgot about them. About a month or so later, I decided to take the half-hit, just to see if it still worked. I didn't expect much, as everything I've heard says that acid stored improperly (i.e. not laboratory conditions) wouldn't last longer than a few weeks. But, just like clockwork, 30 minutes passed and I began to feel the first tryptamine vibes that I have come to love so much. In all, it was a fun experience. Nothing to strong, obviously, but it definitely let me know that the LSD had lost virtually no potency, and certainly not enough to notice any difference. Apparently, LSD wrapped in foil and placed in a dark freezer is all that is required to really make it last a long time. I plan on taking the remaining hits at an upcoming concert.
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