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Inside LSD

LSD, a hallucinogenic street drug, was outlawed in 1970 but gained the status of being a tool of the counterculture, being able to inspire glimpses of genius or madness. Its volatile nature led Albert Hoffman, the Swiss discoverer of the drug, to believe that it is a tool that can either help attain or destroy one’s potential.

New experiments have shown that LSD may have a pharmaceutical purpose. Inside LSD explores the psychedelic world and why this drug could become part of the pharmaceutical toolkit, potentially being able to improve brain power, creativity, and fight disease.

Year: 2009

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