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Shulgin, Alexander: The Commemorative PiHKAL and TiHKAL

30th Anniversary Edition
This 30th Anniversary Commemorative edition of PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story and TIHKAL: The Continuation features the original texts with complete errata, new essays, anecdotes & reminiscences by numerous colleagues, over 200 photographs, original art, and never before published items from the Shulgin archives including the DEA file from the 1994 raid on the Shulgin Farm, correspondences, and other fascinating material from the Shulgin file drawers. In addition a sneak peak of the third book in the trilogy is included! PIHKAL is the fictionalized autobiographical account of Sasha and Ann Shulgin's research and romance, exploring altered state experiences in the context of intimacy. It describes a wide variety of phenethylamines, their dosage, and their effects. The second volume, TIHKAL, uses the same format as PIHKAL to describe the effects of a range of tryptamines, and continues the Shulgin's chemical love story. It also includes appendices that relate to cactus alkaloids, natural beta-carbolines, and drug law. In this edition, each book has been split into two to make a collection of four hardcover books housed in a beautiful slipcase.
In Kassette/Box
Autor Shulgin, Alexander
Einband Fester Einband
Seitenangabe 2102 S.
Meldetext Noch nicht erschienen. Termin unbekannt
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Coverlag Transform Press (Imprint/Brand)
Verlag Ingram Publishers Services
This 30th Anniversary Commemorative edition of PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story and TIHKAL: The Continuation features the original texts with complete errata, new essays, anecdotes & reminiscences by numerous colleagues, over 200 photographs, original art, and never before published items from the Shulgin archives including the DEA file from the 1994 raid on the Shulgin Farm, correspondences, and other fascinating material from the Shulgin file drawers. In addition a sneak peak of the third book in the trilogy is included! PIHKAL is the fictionalized autobiographical account of Sasha and Ann Shulgin's research and romance, exploring altered state experiences in the context of intimacy. It describes a wide variety of phenethylamines, their dosage, and their effects. The second volume, TIHKAL, uses the same format as PIHKAL to describe the effects of a range of tryptamines, and continues the Shulgin's chemical love story. It also includes appendices that relate to cactus alkaloids, natural beta-carbolines, and drug law. In this edition, each book has been split into two to make a collection of four hardcover books housed in a beautiful slipcase.
In Kassette/Box
Fr. 231.00
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-0-9995472-3-6
Verfügbarkeit: Noch nicht erschienen. Termin unbekannt

Über den Autor Shulgin, Alexander

Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin (June 17, 1925 - June 2, 2014) was an American medicinal chemist, biochemist, organic chemist, pharmacologist, psychopharmacologist, and author. He is credited with introducing MDMA ("ecstasy", "mandy" or "molly") to psychologists in the late 1970s for psychopharmaceutical use, and for the discovery, synthesis and personal bioassay of over 230 psychoactive compounds for their psychedelic and entactogenic potential.

Ann Shulgin co-founded Transform Press in 1991 with her husband, Sasha Shulgin, out of their shared passion and commitment to an uncensored examination of psychoactive compounds. Through the Press they co-authored and published PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story (1991) and TiHKAL: The Continuation (1997), the two cult classics based on their psychedelic experiences. They also contributed jointly to several other publications including, The Secret Chief, The Secret Chief Revealed, Entheogens and the Future of Religion, and Ecstasy: The Complete Guide. Ann has served as a lay therapist facilitating the use of MDMA and 2CB in therapeutic settings while those substances were still legal. She brings a Jungian orientation to her examination of psychedelic experiences, with a particular emphasis on the integration of the Shadow and an overarching theme of spirituality and unification with the divine in all things.

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