Contrary to popular belief, LSD is not that easily destroyed, you just need to follow a few simple rules, let's figure it out.
Acid is destroyed by four factors: light, heat, oxygen, and humidity. In fact, the impact of all these factors is very easy to exclude.
The easiest way to protect LSD from light is to wrap the stamps in foil. To exclude exposure to oxygen, the foil can be wrapped with cling film, or put in a tightly closed jar. In the same jar, you can put a bag of desiccant to protect the acid from moisture.
For the same purpose, a jar or bundle with stamps can be stored in the freezer. Some people think that the freezer is used to protect against heat, but this is not the case. LSD keeps well at room temperature and does not need to be frozen.
It’s just that the air in the freezer is dry enough and such storage excludes exposure to moisture. Never store the acid in the refrigerator, in which case condensation will form, which will quickly destroy the substance. With a sharp temperature drop, when you take out a jar or package from the freezer, condensation may also form, be careful.
In general, we can conclude that LSD is not already a fragile substance, as is commonly believed, and, under minimal conditions, it can be stored literally for decades.
All information is presented for informational purposes only and does not call for action!