LSD hallucinogenic effect is observed for the first time

LSD hallucinogenic effect is observed for the first time

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Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann has synthesized the substance five years earlier when he was looking for a substance useful in treating respiratory problems. On April 1943, he accidentally absorbed some of the drugs through his skin from touching its container. LSD affected his nervous system. Hofmann became dizzy with hallucinations.

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