Mit Blotter (engl. Löschpapier) bezeichnet man die meist aus dickerem saugfähigem Papier oder dünner saugfähiger Pappe hergestellten Träger der Droge LSD. Die kristalline Droge wird in Form einer Lösung auf die häufig bunt bedruckten Blotter aufgebracht. In dieser besser transportablen Form bringen die Drogendealer die Droge in Umlauf.

In der Partyszene häufig verwendete Begriffe für einzelne Bestandteile eines großen Blotter-Bogens sind Ticket, Pappe oder Trip.

Neben Tickets gibt es LSD auch in flüssiger Form, so genanntem Liquid.

Re-Prints der letzten 60 Jahre werden immer öfter als hochwertige Kunstobjekte gehandelt. Als besonders wertvoll sind die großen Bögen ab 400 Squares anzusehen.


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