by Nick Giambruno
A 46-year-old woman ingested 550 times the usual dose of LSD, also known as acid.
She not only survived, but soon discovered a significant improvement in her decades-old chronic pain.
(It may surprise you to learn that nobody has ever died solely from an LSD overdose.)
The woman, known as CB, contracted Lyme disease in her early 20s, which resulted in severe chronic pain in her feet.
Ever since mistaking pure LSD – in powder form – for cocaine and taking an extreme dose, she’s been able to quit using morphine to treat her chronic foot pain. She also experienced no withdrawal symptoms from kicking the opioid.