Cheshire Cat (LSD)
Over 150 μg of LSD can be too much. High doses increase the risk even for experienced users. Highly intense psychedelic experiences can be induced, which can be disturbing and frightening. Paranoid imaginings can also occur. Furthermore, a so-called oversensitivity can occur. Music, light and other stimuli can be perceived as extremely unpleasant. A body-mind separation can also occur.
The non-psychoactive iso-LSD is formed during the production of LSD (evidence of improper synthesis) and/or during prolonged storage under unfavorable conditions (e.g. not under light and oxygen exclusion) by so-called isomerization. There is no scientific evidence to date that iso-LSD affects the effects of LSD in any way.
In 2021, the LSD felts we analyzed contained an average of 96.8 μg of LSD. However, LSD felts are often declared higher when sold (LSD felts are often sold as 200 μg). Due to these higher declarations, most users assume to consume much higher doses than they actually take.
Have your substances tested in a Drug Checking
If you do not have the possibility to have substances analysed, test a quarter or a third of the felt at the most, as felts are in circulation in very different dosages.
Pay attention to set and setting. Consume only in places where you feel comfortable and avoid mixed use.
Wait and see
Wait 3 hours after ingestion, as there are always felts with unexpected active ingredients in circulation, which can have a later onset of action.
If you are in possession of a substance that does not appear on this page, this in no way means that it contains the expected ingredient or that it should be safe. The warnings we publish only refer to the substances listed in our Drug Checking offers, these substances pose a high risk of consumption and should not be consumed. A substance may have the same visual appearance (shape, size, colour, etc.) and yet have different ingredients or a different composition. There is no drug use without risk! Only a complete renunciation of drugs is risk-free! If you still decide to use drugs, you should at least follow the safer use rules.