DNLS means Digital Neuroauditory Lysergic Acid Diethylamide Substitute – A Digital Drug i.e. 1P-LSD.
i.e. Digital Neuroauditory Lysergic Acid Diethylamide Substitute, i.e. an LSD substitute or also known as 1P-LSD. The point is to generate the state of LSD in a new way, namely with sounds and binaural beats. The point here is that this approach simulates this state, like a state simulator.
LSD Simulator and 1P-LSD as Digital Drug
The brain and its functioning in connection with DNLS are still scientifically unexplained. 1P-LSD is still considered legal nowadays as long as you don’t ingest it.
1-Propionyl-D-lysergic acid diethylamide (1P-LSD) is a putative prodrug to LSD and a derivative of lysergic acid, which occurs naturally in ergot. It is only through metabolism in the human body that 1P-LSD is converted to LSD, more on this in the pharmacology chapter.
After 1P-LSD was banned in Germany in June 2019, 1cP-LSD suddenly appeared on the market, which currently takes the place of the “legal” LSD derivatives.
It is quite orderable on the internet, albeit as a cleaning agent for pipes and other headshop items of this kind.
History of 1P-LSD and 1cP-LSD
1P-LSD has been known on the internet and offered by various online retailers as recently as January 2015. It is not known where exactly 1P-LSD was first synthesized, but it is believed to have happened in an academic setting.
In the U.S., as early as 1988, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) predicted that LSD derivatives might eventually hit the market. And so it was with 1P-LSD that brisk sales occurred between 2015 and 2019, which were observed globally.
In March 2019, the German government announced an amendment to the new Psychoactive Substances Act (NpSG), which would then also include ALD-52, AL-LAD and 1P-LSD. Ultimately, these substances were then included and thus banned on June 21, 2019.
Interestingly, one day after the ban, on June 22, 2019, 1-cyclopropionyl lysergic acid diethylamide (1cP-LSD) appeared on the market and has since been sold as a legal LSD derivative.
1cP-LSD then also slowly got on the watch list with some governments of the world. This then gave rise to 1D-LSD and also 1V-LSD, which then again remained legal for another few years and thus available in some head stores in the form of liquids in droplet vials.
Obviously, prohibition of drugs leads to even more drugs. The alphabet just has many letters, especially when you combine them as well. Maybe we should ban money and see what creative currencies emerge.
Digital Drugs and Braindrugs
By playing this frequency you agree to take full responsibility for any negative consequences that may result for you. Braindrugs or Digital Drugs contain only a digital simluation of the brain frequency measured in subjects during an LSD trip. This audio frequency creates this special brain vibration with the help of binaural beats.
Duration: 30 min.
Please use headphones. For MP3 players, please make sure that only simple stereo is turned on and no features like surround stereo or mixed or joint stereo.
Format: Mp3, 320 kbps
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Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com