ALD 52 blotters 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 researcher Albert Hofman of Roche Switserland, the inventor of Lysergic acid diethylamid-25. ALD 52 is described by professor Alexander Shulgin in his famous book Thikal. (Tryptaminines I Have Known And Loved).  ALD 52 resembles  Lysergic acid diethylamid structurally on a molecular level. It’s in the same family of molecules. (analog) Also it’s a homolog of 1-propionyl-lyserginezuurdiethylamide.

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chemical name: d-acetyl lysergic acid diethylamide )

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ALD 52 is an analogue of  Lysergic acid diethylamid  can easily pass into the brain. The effects of ALD-52 in research are close to those of Lysergic acid diethylamid. It is an homolog of 1-propionyl-lyserginezuurdiethylamide. ALD-52 supposedly has more visuals and doesn’t have as much of an impact as Lysergic acid diethylamid-25. It causes less 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 Lysergic acid diethylamid 25 and 1-propionyl-lyserginezuurdiethylamide.



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