A comparison of 2,3-dihydro-lysergic acid diethylamide with LSD-25
The 2,3-dihydro-diethylamide of lysergic acid induces LSD-like autonomic and mental changes in man but is less potent than LSD.
The effects of 2,3-DH-LSD appear more slowly than those of LSD-25.
The low potency (relative to LSD-25) of 2,3-DH-LSD in inducing fever in rabbits correlates with a relatively low potency in inducing autonomic and psychotomimetic effects in man.
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