ylid (Newbee)
04-21-03 23:41
No 428469
      Journal of Psychedelic Drugs Vols 1-4, 1967-71  Bookmark   

Fellow Bees,

I have access to the first few years of this antique publication, from the STASH press for the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic, San Fransisco, California. It is a gem of forensic and psychiatric history, and absolutely heroically dated. I am afraid that the forensic information and chemistry is likely to have been superceded long ago. It does however contain these vintage Shulgin articles:

  Recent developments in cannabis chemistry (15pp). A summary of the late 60s state of the art.

  Psychotomimetic agents related to the catecholamines (6pp). A kind of proto-PIHKAL, briefly reviewing a few choice pharms.

If there is sufficient interest from this forum I could investigate getting these articles scanned and up on a website somewhere.

Who do you believe, me or your own eyes?
(Chief Bee)
04-21-03 23:59
No 428475
      Yes, that is very much desired!  Bookmark   

Yes, that is very much desired!
(Master Searcher)
04-22-03 00:34
No 428490
      I've seen it at one University library (bound...  Bookmark   

I've seen it at one University library (bound volumes and microfilm) along with books by Timothy Leary, Ram Dass (Richard Alpert), books by Huxley and others.  I was surprised they had books like that.  One interesting book I've seen is one that has letters that were written between Huxley and Humphry Osmond (did research into schizophrenia and psychedelics and invented the word 'psychedelic' in 1957).  I won't tell you what year I was born.

The hardest thing to explain is the obvious
(Hive Addict)
04-22-03 08:34
No 428578
      ?  Bookmark   

Grandpa??? I didn't know you were into psychedelics as well??!

ylid, your efforts are very much appreciated!

The faster you run, the quicker you die.
(Hive Bee)
05-09-03 21:15
No 432363
      yeah but..........  Bookmark   

yeah but the colors and patterns are amazing.