AL-LAD, also known as 6-allyl-6-nor-LSD, is an ananalog of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), described by Alexander Shulgin in TiHKAL. It is synthesized using allyl iodide as a reactant.
AL-LAD may be especially interesting to researchers studying properties of lysergic acid molecules.
Due to it’s very volatile properties, we offer AL-LAD on professionally laid square blotters, each containing 150µg (0.15mg) of the chemical. Strictest safety precautions are to be in place when working with this compound.
This chemical is uncommon and is currently not approved for human use. As always, please check your local import regulations before placing an order.
This product is meant strictly for forensic, chemical analysis, in vitro research, and collectible purposes. It is not approved nor intended for human consumption.