LSD (Acid) Urine Drug Test
LSD (Acid) Urine Drug Test (Labcorp)
This test screens for LSD in a urine sample. LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), commonly known as Acid, is a hallucinogenic drug. It affects the regulation of serotonin in the brain which can cause a variety of effects on mood, motor control, and sensory perception. LSD is typically taken orally and produces a high which can include hallucinations that affect various senses. Side effects of LSD can include dizziness, increased blood pressure, numbness, nausea, insomnia, and weakness. In some cases, LSD can produce feelings of panic, fear, or depression.
LSD is typically detectable in urine for up to several days after use. The detection time can vary depending on a variety of factors including how much a person has taken. This test is a qualitative screen only. Results will be reported as either positive or negative. An LSD Confirmation Test which provides a numerical value for positive results is also available. Blood Testing for LSD is also orderable.
Turnaround for this test is typically 2-5 business days.
Where can I find a LSD (Acid) Urine drug test near me?
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At this time, Request A Test does not offer DOT (Department of Transportation) certified testing.
Note: Result turn around times are an estimate and are not guaranteed. Our reference lab may need additional time due to weather, holidays, confirmation/repeat testing, or equipment maintenance.
Please be aware that due to national staffing shortages at the labs, results for drug testing may take longer than normal. Request A Test cannot guarantee turnaround time for test results.
Please note that not all lab locations are able to perform the collections for urine drug testing. When placing a testing order online you will only be able to select from lab locations which are able to perform this type of testing.
This test is intended to screen for drugs of abuse and is not appropriate for pain management or therapeutic monitoring. Customers who require pain management testing should consult their prescribing physician.