Psychedelic Drugs gives practical information about using a class of drugs most commonly known as the ‘psychedelics’ by their advocates or, more pejoratively, as the ‘hallucinogens’.
Recently some Americans have suggested ‘entheogens’ or ‘empathogenes’ (the later specifically for the new drugs such as MDMA) as new names unblemished by association with the drug sub-culture, which emerged in the advanced world, most notably in California, in the late 1960s.
These drugs are not generally habit-forming and many have been used for centuries in many different countries and cultures for religious purposes. More recently in Europe and America they were used in psychotherapy (before the imposition of legal controls) and they are suitable to be used for self-discovery.
These drugs, when used correctly, have pleasant, inspiring effects and most are completely non-toxic.
The content covered in this guide includes:
- Magic Mushrooms
- Fly Agaric
- Morning Glory Seeds
- Laughing Gas
- Ecstasy and other Designer Drugs
- Smart Drugs
- General Guidelines
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