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What Is AL-LAD?
6-allyl-6-nor-LSD, more commonly known as AL-LAD, is a psychedelic drug with similar properties to LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide). It was first synthesized in 1976 and has become a popular drug in the ‘research chemicals’ and ‘new psychoactive substances’ market. AL-LAD produces a psychoactive “trip” very comparable to an LSD trip.
AL-LAD started being used recreationally in Ireland and the UK. It was featured in the 1997 book TIHKAL (Tryptamines I Have Known And Loved) by Alexander Shulgin. Consequently, the drug’s popularity has spread internationally. Now, people all around the world are experimenting with the drug, including the United States.
AL-LAD’s legal status is a bit ambiguous. It is not scheduled as a controlled substance at the federal level in the U.S. However, it can be considered an analog of LSD — meaning that sales or possession with intent for human consumption may result in prosecution under the Federal Analogue Act.
AL-LAD trips mimic LSD trips in most ways. Users ingest the drug orally, often via blotter papers. Therefore, effects typically set in twenty minutes to one hour after consumption. Users will experience:
Stimulation or increased energy
Feelings of euphoria
Tingling or numbness in extremities
Possible adverse effects of AL-LAD use include:
Difficulty thinking or focusing
Increased heart rate
Fluctuations in body temperature
Negative thought loops
Vasoconstriction (tightening of blood vessels)
LSD is one of the most researched psychedelic drugs. However, despite the label ‘research drug,’ there is very little actual scientific research into AL-LAD. This means that the list of short-term effects may not be comprehensive. In addition, there is little to no research on the long-term effects of the drug.
Prolonged hallucinogen abuse may result in a number of adverse side effects. Hallucinogen persisting perception disorder (HPPD) is an illness in which a person experiences spontaneous flashbacks of visual distortions or hallucinations. This chronic disorder has been reported in users of many hallucinogenics, including LSD, mushrooms, and DMT.