Legal Highs: Concise Encyclopedia of Legal Herbs and Chemicals with Psychoactive Properties (Twentieth century alchemist series) Paperback – 1 May 1996
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An encyclopaedia of legal herbs and chemicals that possess psychoactive properties, many of which are relatively unknown to the public and legislatures. This book includes information on how they can be obtained and used, and their effects.
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a: I do NOT encourage the use of recreational substances
b: the majority of plants mentioned in this book do not grow readily in the UK
I bought the book purely out of interest, but for those with more of an understanding of Chemistry, chemical names are given, along with other related information ( regarding chemical synthesis/abstraction ) ... along with the basic 'crush the roots and ingest' type descriptions for people who just want the basic form.
Certainly an interesting read!
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