ALD 52 blotters (1-acetyl-LSD) 10 pc 100 mcg


Not fit for consumption – only for research

chemical name: d-acetyl lysergic acid diethylamide

ALD 52 is a research chemical that has been synthesized for the first time by Albert Hofman, the inventor of LSD 25. ALD 52 is described by Alexander Shulgin in his famous book Thikal. (Tryptaminines I Have Known And Loved).  ALD 52 resembles lsd structurally on a molecular level. It’s in the same family of molecules. (analog) Also it’s a homolog of 1-p-lsd.

Read the article the effects of 1p-lsd here



Not for consumption – for research purposes only!

chemical name: d-acetyl lysergic acid diethylamide )

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ALD 52 is an analogue of LSD that can easily pass into the brain. The effects of ALD-52 in research are close to those of LSD. It is an homolog of 1-p-lsd. ALD-52 supposedly has more visuals and doesn’t have as much of an impact as LSD 25. It causes less ‘bad trips’ with the anxiety that comes with those. Even though ALD-52 is known for decades, it is still a research chemical and not fit for consumption.

Subjects described surprising visual distortions, some form of renewed childlike wonder, interesting colors, euphoria, anxiety and confusion. In research ALD-52 is a fascinating substance, especially when you compare it to similar substances as LSD 25 and 1-p-lsd.

ALD 52 dosis tabel en duur


Order restrictions: Is not shipped to the UK.

An article about 1p-lsd (in Dutch)



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