Blotter sold as LSD on Alice in Wonderland blotter tested as DOC (4-Chloro-2,5-dimethoxyamphetamine), a synthetic psychedelic compound that produces notably long-lived psychedelic effects when ingested. According to Erowid, it is uncommon as a substance for human ingestion.
DOC is a very dose-sensitive substance that is often sold on blotter paper. It is known for its long duration (over 12-24 hours), strong visual effects, a unique form of stimulation, and a significant body load. Because of its sensitive dose-response and unusually long duration, many reports suggest that DOC may be difficult to use safely.
Testing your LSD using the Ehrlich’s reagent can help you avoid unknowingly ingesting DOC. If you anticipate you are consuming LSD and are not prepared for the effects of DOC, it could result in a difficult experience without proper preparation and harm reduction practices in place. Always test before you ingest. Purchase your drug checking kit here.