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Visual Administration
by TheOtherSide
Citation:   TheOtherSide. "Visual Administration: An Experience with LSD (exp4581)". Feb 4, 2001.

1 hit   LSD (blotter / tab)


As I see some people might be interested in this, I thought I'd submit my experience in order to keep people from making the same mistake I did.

I heard from several people that LSD could be administered through the eye and that the onset would be much quicker. I decided to give it a try but could not find any liquid LSD. Finally, I said screw it and decided to put a hit of blotter under my eyelid. The onset wasn't any faster than the oral route. A little bit after it had kicked in, I felt it come out of my eye and fall to the floor. I started to look for it but couldn't find it.

I finally came down and was able to sleep. The next morning I woke up and noticed the hit was still in my eye. Of course, I took it out and went on with my business.

It's been a few years since the experience now. Every two or three weeks, the area in my eye closest to my nose gets red and irritated. It was not until a couple years ago that I realized it was the same eye I put the hit in. I would blame it on impurities, but the acid was very clean. I never experienced any backache or cramps on it. Thank God I didn't repeat the experience.

Exp Year: 1998ExpID: 4581
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Feb 4, 2001Views: 61,917
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