PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story TiHKAL: The Continuation Shulgin, Alexander, and Shulgin, Ann. () Shulgin, Alexander, and Shulgin, Ann. (). The Vaults of Erowid: PiHKAL: The Chemical Story, by Alexander and Ann SHULGIN hosted byerowidjong Back MAIN INDEX TiHKAL FORWARD CH 3 Y^ . The Vaults of Erowid: TiHKAL: The Continuation, by Alexander and Ann Shulgin . ALEXANDER & ANN SHULGIN BACK Main Index PiHKAL FORWARD #1.
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The Vaults of Erowid: PiHKAL: The Chemical Story, by Alexander and Ann Shulgin. The existence This is the online version of the second half of the book "PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story" by Bookstore, Online Books, TiHKAL, PiHKAL. PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story, consisted of two parts: Book I included a number of . And here is TIHKAL (pronounced tee-cal) representing Tryptamines . PiHKAL: The Chemical Story, by Alexander and Ann Shulgin. MDMA-Related Entries.
It is an endogenous component of the human brain. Part 2 of PiHKAL may be distributed for non-commerical reproduction provided that the introductory information, copyright notice, cautionary notice and ordering information remain attached. No one who is lacking legal authorization should attempt the synthesis of any of the compounds described in these files, with the intent to give them to man. To do so is to risk legal action which might lead to the tragic ruination of a life. It is presented with the express permission of the authors in order to spread the factual information as widely as possible and make it permanently available in the public domain. We can also forward serious and appropriate comments to the author if they are e-mailed to us. Bolded entries indicate those substances that have been more popular or more available than others since
Shulgin in this book told his life's story and how he got interested in the things that made him famous it has to do with the placebo effect and the power of the mind ; how he met his wife, who co-authored this work with him; he described his little psychedelic sessions with friends in a very affectionate and effective way.
In their remote but blessed corner of the universe they tread new ground and wrote all about it. It was epic. Read this and come back to me mumbling something about wanting to keep it natural and chemicals-free. I dare you.
I'm perfectly aware that I might be getting on your nerves with these Kindle shots. The first two should be easy enough to read if you want to get a feel of what it was like reading these highlight-worthy quotes. But in this last bit the font is too small, and I admit it's probably way too much effort reading text from those.
They serve as aesthetic enhancements of the review. Or I could just call them my reviews' seasonings, like they have in restaurants on every table: complete with salt, pepper, oil, chili perhaps, here in Bulgaria garlic sauce Optional, but there for you if you feel like it.
I'll sign off this review with a transcript of the picture above, because I know that sometimes food is best eaten pure. He's the one who'll wipe the board with you, while apologizing for being so terribly rusty.
There is no such thing as safety. Not with drugs and not with anything else. You can only presume relative safety. Too much of anything is unsafe.
Too much food, too much drink, too much aspirin, too much anything you can name, is likely to be unsafe. Drugs are only one way, but I feel they're the way that brings about the changes most rapidly, and - in some ways - most dependably. I love reading all of the parts Sasha writes.
Some of Ann's parts are less interesting. Chemiker said: I encourage people to download this book and support Shulgin; he deserves that much. I think that this book is a ripoff. This information should be free or distributed by a major publisher so you could find it easily online or in libraries.
Also, have you ever tried reading these books? They're so boring.
I had to sign up to this board as soon as I read this comment. I realise that this post is very old, sorry for my lateness. Shulgin is one of the most prolific chemists of our time. What couldn't be more relevant than that? I own all of his books including his latest book - The Shulgin Index. I may not fully understand them all but at least I'm trying to and I fully appreciate the contribution he, Ann and all of the people in their inner circle have made in the name of exploration and quest to understand the human mind.
I'm a big fan of free speech, but before you critique masterpieces such as PiHKAL and TiHKAL, you should think hard about why those books were written in the first place and consider the lifelong dedication, sacrifice and commitment that Shulgin has made, as well as the importance that his research has had - and will continue to have, in the decades to come. You may be forgiven for your ignorance if all you have read are Books II in each of those publications; After all they are in the public domain and can be most challenging to read if you are not a chemist.
However, Books I are most entertaining and give a unique glimpse into the life of two very down to earth, yet most exceptionable human beings. I just hope the Shulgins manage to publish the next " Home Community Message Board.
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