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LSD is a hallucinogen drug, meaning it is capable of altering thoughts and perceptions in those who use it.

LSD was particularly popular during the 1960s and 1970s amongst the countercultural movement that rejected the moral customs of mainstream American life. This movement originated on the university campuses of the US and rapidly spread to Great Britain. Nowadays it is more popular amongst young people who frequent nightclubs and dance scenes.


A person might use LSD many times and not experience serious problems, then suddenly enters into an aggressive mood, or may wish to self-harm, suffer psychosis or other adverse effects such as suicide.


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