LSD also known as acid is a psychedelic drug known for altering your perception and creating hallucinations. But how does it work and what happens to your brain and body when you drop acid?
In this short science video, ASAP science goes into the characteristics and the biomechanics behind how and why your body reacts to Lysergic acid diethylamide. Lysergic acid diethylamide was synthesized in 1938 from a fungus that grew on Rye.
In 1943 the inventor Albert Hoffman accidentally touched some to his mouth, got high and became the first person in the world to learn about the psychedelic properties.