Tihkal. The continuation. The chemistry continues by Shulgin Al., Shulgin A.

By Shulgin Al., Shulgin A.

This ebook not just unearths how psychoactives may be synthesized, but in addition how they are often extracted from such a lot of traditional vegetation that the potential for the psychedelic exploration can by no means be managed back. The genie is out of the bottle and all of the king's horses and the entire king's males can't positioned it again back.

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By Shulgin Al., Shulgin A.

This ebook not just unearths how psychoactives may be synthesized, but in addition how they are often extracted from such a lot of traditional vegetation that the potential for the psychedelic exploration can by no means be managed back. The genie is out of the bottle and all of the king's horses and the entire king's males can't positioned it again back.

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