Desirable Blotter Adulterants
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The author details the subject of blotter adulterants; what is desirable and what is definitely not.
An adulterant is a chemical substance that is added to another substance but is actually not meant to be for various reasons. The addition of adulterants is called adulteration.
The author begins by saying, “a few acquaintances of mine have been known to say things about how their last hit of acid had “too much strychnine,” or to say that one shouldn’t let acid sit around too long because “it decomposes into rat poison.” It wasn’t too difficult to dispel those rumors. However, a few other myths about adulterants haven’t died out. My stand is based on intuition and a sense that there’s just not enough capacity on a square of blotter for significant “lacing” with anything other than LSD.
Desirable Blotter Adulterants attempts to inform readers and help them distinguish between highly volatile drugs and desirable blotter adulterants.
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