1V-LSD x 100MCG DROP BOTTLE (3 pack)

1V-LSD/Valerie. New legal (in DE/FR too) liquid Lysergamide. Now available in multipack!

Chemical Name: 1V-LSD

 IUPAC: 1-valeroyl-lysergic acid diethylamide hemi-L-tartrate
Strength (per drop): 100mcg


Availability: In stock

The world has been stormed by a new research chemical known as Valerie, the nickname given to a compound chemically known as 1V-LSD, or 1-valeryl-lysergic acid diethylamide. As the name suggests to those who are chemical-savvy, 1V-LSD is a synthetic psychedelic similar in nature to LSD.

The reason that 1V-LSD dropper bottles are such a fantastic way to store and research this supplement is because of their simplicity. A 1V-LSD dropper bottle can help you store and work with specific doses of the compound without having to worry about using too much. They are easy to transport and store.

We recommend using 1V-LSD dropper bottles for your research.

History of 1V-LSD

This compound has a history that is quite similar to most of the other LSD analogs that have been on the market.

These analogs, like research chemicals in general, are generally produced in response to changes in legislation. Politicians will decide that certain drugs should become illegal, after which it goes through a short legislative process before being added to a list of criminalized or scheduled drugs. Chemists will quickly begin to work to produce a new drug to replace the one that has been made illegal.

This has been the case for all of the LSD analogs, and Valerie is no different. Valerie emerged shortly after Germany passed a new law that made the most recent LSD analogs, 1-cP-LSD, illegal. The law was passed as an update to the NpSG (Neue-psychoaktive-Stoffe-Gesetz, or the New Psychoactive Substances Act), which entirely criminalized the production, sale, and usage of this popular LSD analog.

On top of this, the update to legislation made it illegal to possess any of the other lysergamides that had already been made. In other words, if researchers wanted to continue their study, they would either have to break the law, or somebody would need to come up with a new compound. This made it difficult for people who are interested in studying LSD and its derivatives.

1V-LSD: A Mystery? Or a Plan?

One of the most interesting things about 1V-LSD is that nobody knows who actually made it. It was produced remarkably quickly after the changes to German law occurred, but as far as anybody can see, this was the first synthesis of the compound ever recorded. Many other research chemicals are quickly produced due to the fact that they’ve already been outlined, most often in Alexander Shulgin’s books TiHKAL and PiHKAL.

However, this particular type of synthesis was actually predicted by the DEA as early as 1988. This was around the time when Shulgin was working on his magnum opus – the world’s largest collection of psychedelic drug recipes. The FDA believed that one day, as we are seeing with 1V-LSD, that 1-alkylated LSD derivatives would be used to evade the law:

=…a reduction in hallucinogenic activity may become acceptable to the U.S. clandestine chemist when he notes that lysergic acid amide is listed as a Schedule III substance in the CFR; therefore, structurally similar substances of this compound are exempted from the CsA amendment. A lucid argument can then be made that lysergic acid N,N-dimethylamide is derived from lysergic acid amide rather than LSD. Carrying this theme to the next logical step one would then assume that the 1-alkyl and 1-acyl derivatives of the N,N-dimethyl isomer would also not be controlled by the CsA amendment.”

This prediction seems to be accurate and also promises to open up a lot of doors. If 1-alkylation works so effectively with LSD, what other compounds might it work well with?

What Is 1V-LSD?

1V-LSD is an interesting research chemical for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is one of the first compounds that has made use of the valeryl substitution. One of the only drugs that have successfully been made with a valeryl substitution is valerylfentanyl. This drug has been illegal since 2018 in the United States, due to its high potency and the number of overdoses associated with opioid compounds.

Like other LSD substitutions, 1V-LSD is a prodrug. This means that it can quickly be metabolized into regular LSD. This opens up a lot of research opportunities as people can study both the metabolism of 1V-LSD as well as the effects of LSD itself once the valeryl group has been knocked off.

This process can occur organically, in vivo, or in vitro. The conversion into regular LSD does not take very long and the effects of regular LSD can be observed usually within an hour. People who are going to research this compound should prepare the same way that they would for the study of LSD

1V-LSD: Chemistry & In-Depth Info

Like other lysergamides, 1V-LSD has an ergoline backbone. This is because these compounds are originally derived from the ergot fungus which grows on rye bread. Ergot contains a number of ergoline compounds, from which Albert Hofmann originally synthesized LSD.

Each of these different compounds contained a molecular system that is now known as the tetracyclic ergoline ring system. This system is considered the core of many of the lysergamide compounds which are all, technically, derived from ergot.

1V-LSD contains the addition of a valeryl group. This group is attached to the nitrogen of the lysergic acid diethylamide’s polycyclic indole group. Attachments are often made at the nitrogen site, also known as N1, for simplicity. The nitrogen site can be modified and is usually the first target for chemists who are hoping to make new research chemicals.

The main difference between 1V-LSD and regular LSD is the potency and the time required for research. 1V-LSD takes a little bit longer to study for those interested in learning about the LSD effects because they must first cleave the valeryl group from the base LSD molecule.

Once this is done, however, the effects of research and the results are nearly the same. Valerie is believed to operate much like LSD by affecting the serotonin system.

Using & Preparing for 1V-LSD Dropper Bottle Research

If you’re going to prepare properly for your research, then there are a few things that you should take care of first.

Above all, you’re going to want to make sure that you are in the proper place – mentally and physically. Set and setting are incredibly important for anybody interested in researching these types of chemicals.

  • Make sure that your lab is clean and that you have not experienced anything in the last day or two that might cause you to feel emotionally distracted during your research.
  • Ensure that there will be no distractions during your study of 1V-LSD.
  • Make sure that you are mentally prepared and have set aside a good block of time for the study of this compound. It can take 12 hours for some people to finish their study.
  • Make sure that you’re wearing the proper equipment when handling and researching the chemical. When dealing with raw chemicals you should always be wearing gloves and a mask. If you’re expecting serious chemical reactions you should wear goggles as well.

Set an intention for your research. Remember that every scientist is here to learn. What do you want to learn from your experience with your 1V-LSD dropper bottle?

Storing 1V-LSD Dropper Bottle Safely

If you want to make sure that your 1V-LSD is stored safely then you should keep it in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight. Direct sunlight is destructive to many different chemicals.

There has been a lot of success with people storing traditional LSD in the freezer to keep it in good shape. There’s no reason that this wouldn’t work with 1V-LSD, although there isn’t enough anecdotal evidence to confirm this. Give it a try and let us know if it works for you in the comments or in your review.


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