Buy 1P-ETH-LAD for Sale USA, Canada known as 1-Propionyl-6-ethyl-6-nor-lysergic acid diethyamide
is a psychedelic drug related to lysergamides that is only partially synthetic. Similar in structure to LSD and 1P-LSD, this designer drug is also thought to be a precursor to ETH-LAD. There is anecdotal evidence to show that this chemical has psychedelic effects quite similar to those of ETH-LAD and AL-LAD.
The same is said of ETH-LAD, from which this molecule was derived; it is claimed to be somewhat more powerful than LSD. The effects of this psychedelic are said to be slightly distinct from those of LSD, with many users describing a more visual and synaesthetic state of mind, as well as a deeper, less emotionally charged state of mind, similar to that produced by 2C-E or DPT. Compared to other lysergamides, it reportedly has a higher propensity to induce undesirable effects like anxiety and thought loops in addition to pronounced nausea and other discomforting physical effects it displays.
Distributed commercially via online research chemical sellers, it is promoted alongside other designer psychedelics like 1P-LSD and ETH-LAD as a legal alternative to LSD.
The vast majority of our research compounds are structural or functional analogs of banned substances that are intended to imitate the original drug’s pharmacological properties without being unlawful and/or detectable in normal drug testing. Chemicals used in scientific research may range from inert molecules to synthetic versions of psychotropic medications or even performance enhancers. For example, some of them were first produced by academic or industrial researchers looking for more powerful compounds with fewer adverse effects, and were eventually co-opted for recreational use. In secret labs, researchers have created a number of novel research substances. Some of these medications may cause unexpected side effects because their efficacy and safety have not been thoroughly evaluated in animal and human trials.
The creation of “designed drugs” might be thought of as a sub-discipline of “drug design.” Drugs discovered via the study of their structural analogues, stereoisomers, and derivatives may have markedly different effects from those of the “parent” drug (e.g., enhanced potency, or reduced side effects) than those of the “parent” drug. There are cases when the effects of designer pharmaceuticals are identical to those of well-known medications despite their fundamentally different molecular structures (for example, JWH-018 and THC). Despite being a fairly general phrase that may be used to almost any synthetic drug, it is often used to refer to synthetic recreational drugs, occasionally including ones that have not been developed at all (e.g. LSD, the psychedelic side effects of which were discovered unintentionally).