PSYCHEDELIC drug LSD could be used as an effective method to treat alcoholism, scientists say.
What does LMM stand for?
LMM stands for LSD (Laboratory for Simulation Development) Model Manager
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We have 104 other meanings of LMM in our Acronym Attic
- Line Maintenance Manual
- Linear Mixing Model
- Little Miss Matched (online clothing store)
- Local Magnetic Moment
- Locator (at ILS) Middle Marker
- Loefler Management and Media (Stockholm, Sweden)
- Long Lead Material
- Lopez Memorial Museum (Philippines)
- Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (Airport Code)
- Losing My Mind
- Lucy Maud Montgomery (Canadian author)
- Lumped Mass Matrix (structural mechanics)
- Lutheran Men In Mission
- Lake Meade Municipal Authority (Pennsylvania)
- Laser Microprobe Mass Analysis (semiconductor)
- Literature Mining and Microarray Analysis (biological network)
- Locally Managed Marine Area
- London Money Market Association (UK)
- Lower Mainland Municipal Association (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada)
- Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study
Samples in periodicals archive:
LSD is used mainly as an entheogen, recreational drug, and as an agent in psychedelic therapy.
Owsley "Bear" Stanley, who supplied LSD to the 1960s flower power generation and worked closely with psychedelic band The Grateful Dead, died Sunday in a car crash in Australia, his family said.
Byline: Richard HAMMOND SO the bloke who created LSD has finally died.
However, the subsequent history of LSD use deeply tarnished its image.
Born on January 11, 1906, Hofmann discovered LSD - which later became the favoured drug of the 1960s counter-culture - when a tiny quantity leaked on to his hand during a laboratory experiment in 1943.
THE scientist who discovered the psychedelic drug LSD has died aged 102.
LSD was only the excuse Leary found to turn his peculiar blend of charisma, creativity and self-indulgence into a career that changed American culture.