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Legal Highs: A Concise Encyclopedia of Legal Herbs & Chemicals With Psychoactive Properties - Adam Gottlieb [Amazon.com]


The materials discussed in this book are legal despite the fact that they have psychotropic properties. Some are far more potent than many controlled substances. They have not been designated as illegal by any stae or federal codes because they are relatively obscure and have never benn subjected to abuse. Although chemicals such as mescaline and lysergic acid amide are controlled by Title 21 of the United States Code (1970 edition), their plant sources (except for ergot and peyote) are not so controlled. It is therefore legal to possess San Pedro cactus, morning glory seeds, Hawaiian wood rose, etc., as long as there is no indication that they are intended for other than normal horticultural or ornamental purposes. The materials listed here are legal at the time of this writing. They may be outlawed at any future date. It may be of interest to some readers that the Church of the Tree of Life has declared as its religious sacraments most substances in this book. Because these substances were legal at the time of the Church's inception and incorporation their use cannot be denirf to members through any future legislation without directly violating the Constitution's guarantee of religios freedom. --http://www.textfiles.com/drugs/legalhi.asc [Aug 2006]

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