LSD-25 – commonly known as “acid” – is so potent that it takes only a microscopic amount to cause a trip. Acid’s remarkable effects on the mind have made it the most controversial drug of all time.
The Little Book of Acid is a compact introduction to LSD and related psychoactive chemicals that discusses:
- the trip experience
- how acid was discovered
- bad trips
- effects on the body and brain
- the acid underground
- blotter, barrels, liquid and windowpane
- legal penalties
The Little Book of Acid offers a wealth of unusual, hard-to-find information about plant sources of LSD-like chemicals. It describes the psychedelic properties of these plants and how they were discovered. It explains how the harvested materials are prepared or extracted to bestow acid-like trips.