" Synthetic LSD " .....such an inaccurate and slanderous description for very dangerous compounds .
is a vague and misleading terminology frequently used by the media , cops , and other law enforcement agencies .
It is usually used in the context of the nbome , nboh , nbox , etc , class of drugs - which are in no way whatsoever , chemically related to LSD .
The NBOx compounds are often sold on blotter [ because of their potency ] ; and often misrepresented as LSD [ because of somewhat similar effects , and possibly to make sales on the basis of LSD's reputation for safety - which often makes them even more dangerous when people might take more than one tab , as is often the case with LSD .
LSD , while being a notorious psychedelic , is noted for it's extremely low toxicity and death by overdose is unknown unless , perhaps , in cases of extreme error and mistaken I.D .
The NBOx compounds are , however , notorious for their toxicity ... the difference between an effective dose and a lethal dose can be very small indeed .
Much of the general public have never heard of the " new " NBOx drugs . . But everyone has heard of LSD ....
But , in terms of safety , there is simply no comparison ...
It is therefore very irresponsible of the media and police to describe the the NBOx drugs as " synthetic LSD " ; a misleading and erroneous description in all aspects .
The NBOx type drugs have caused a number of deaths over the past year or so ..... AFIK , LSD has NEVER killed anybody due to overdose .
Time for the media and cops to get real .... too much to ask ???