What is Lysergic Acid Amide LSA?

Category: Complementary and Alternative Medicines

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Lysergic Acid Amide a relative and precursor to lysergic acid diethylamide, is found in the seeds of the Hawaiian baby woodrose and morning glory. It is used in the treatment of cluster headaches.

Reported purpose & perceived effectiveness

Purpose
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Perceived effectiveness
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  • Major
  • Moderate
  • Slight
  • None
  • Can't tell

Side effects

Side effects as an overall problem

Side effects of Lysergic Acid Amide LSA

Severe
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Moderate
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Mild
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None
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Commonly reported side effects, conditions, and hospitalizations associated with Lysergic Acid Amide LSA

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1

Dosages

Why Patients Stopped Using Lysergic Acid Amide LSA (multiple reasons could be selected)
Reason
Not indicated
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1
See all 1 patient who’ve stopped using Lysergic Acid Amide LSA

Adherence


Always
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100%
Usually
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0%
Sometimes
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Never taken as prescribed
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Burden


Very hard to take
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Somewhat hard to take
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A little hard to take
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Not at all hard to take
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Cost per month


Cost per month
$200+
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0%
Cost per month
$100-199
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0%
Cost per month
$50-99
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0%
Cost per month
$25-49
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0%
Cost per month
< $25
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100%
Cost per month
Not specified
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Last updated:
There are no evaluations for Lysergic Acid Amide LSA.