There are no known fatalities associated with LSA. There is, however, a risk of overdosing. Those who are impatient or take too much can end up in a long, extremely unpleasant trip.
One such prolonged and difficult experience was brought on by double dosing when the initial amount didn’t seem to be doing much. It ended up lasting 36 hours – with physical discomfort lasting even longer. Physical side effects can be sensitivity to light, headaches and tired limbs.
LSA can take quite a while to kick in, so be patient. Do not overdose, and run the risk of a bad trip. As always, start out with low doses and get to know your batch.
Do not take if you are pregnant or breast-feeding and do not combine LSA with other drugs, medicines or alcohol. It is highly advised you do not take LSA if you have high blood pressure, heart disease or are prone to panic attacks.
Make sure you take it in a safe environment with someone you trust to watch over you. Do not attempt to drive or operate machinery under the influence.
Keep it out of reach of children.