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The skeletal formula of LSZ.
|Onset||6 - 9 hrs|
|Coming Up||20 - 60 mins|
|Peak||3 - 5 hrs|
|Coming down||3 - 4 hrs|
|After effects||2 - 5 hrs|
Lysergic acid 2,4-dimethylazetidide, or more commonly referred to as LSZ, is an analog of the well known LSD.
LSZ is currently a legal research chemical in the UK; however, it is illegal in the US under the analogue act. It is unclear in many countries whether it is legal or not and one should take precaution and assume illegal to avoid legal issues.
While the effects are very similar to LSD,
LSZ is known to be less visual, but very spacy. One could almost call it the opposite of AL-LAD which is more visual and less spacy. (This is incorrect, should be the other way around! LSZ is high resolution algorithmic visual enhancements. AL-LAD is full hallucinatory spectrum analogous to LSD PJosepherum (talk) 00:00, 22 July 2014 (UTC))