LSD microdose tabs, also known as “microdots,” “tabs,” or “blotters,” are small pieces of paper infused with a minuscule amount of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), a hallucinogenic substance. These tabs, which can come in various colors, designs, or sizes, were originally popularized in the 1960s and witnessed a resurgence in recent years, especially among young adults who seek alternative ways to relieve anxiety, depression, or improve creativity, productivity, and spiritual awareness.
While the effects of microdosing LSD differ from person to person, anecdotal reports suggest that consuming a fraction of the regular dose (typically 10-20ug) every few days can enhance one’s mood, motivation, focus, empathy, and cognitive flexibility, without causing hallucinations, paranoia, or other negative side effects often associated with high-dose LSD use. Many users claim that microdosing helps them cope with stress and social anxiety, stimulates their creativity and problem-solving skills, and enhances their sense of connection with nature and others.
Despite the growing popularity of LSD microdose tabs, their legal status remains ambiguous in many countries, including the United States, where LSD is classified as a Schedule I drug, meaning it has a high potential for abuse and no medically recognized use. Those who choose to consume microdose tabs should be aware of the potential risks and benefits and seek professional advice before using any psychedelic substance.