There are testing kits that claim to test the legitimacy of LSD. These kits can positively identify LSD.
Oftentimes, they will identify if 25i-NBOMe is present in the drug. This is a very dangerous substance that is often sold in place of LSD. If 25i-NBOMe is detected, most users will opt out of taking the drug.
Avoid the Risks
The only way to avoid all the risks associated with buying LSD or any drugs online is not to do it. Buying drugs from any illegitimate source, either online or in the streets comes with many dangers. It’s not worth it.
Fake acid is visually indistinguishable from real acid. Some say that a blotter tab impregnated with fake LSD will taste bitter, hence the saying, “if it’s bitter, it’s a spitter.” Real LSD tabs should indeed have no taste at all except for the paper because LSD is at such a low concentration it can’t be tasted. Fake LSD chemicals may be present in high enough amounts to cause a bitter taste, but not all the time. A bitter blotter is definitely not LSD, but a blotter tab without any taste could still be fake.
Objectively speaking, the best way to find out if your 10-strip of “acid” is really LSD is with an Ehrlich test kit. This chemical procedure tests for the presence of an indole ring. LSD has an indole ring in its structure, but so do many other easily obtainable chemicals, like serotonin. Some fake acid dealers have been known to throw in some serotonin pills into their blotter solution just to fool the Ehrlich test. Besides the fact that the Ehrlich test can be fooled, most drug takers usually don’t have the time or money to invest in a chemical test.