LSD
by Otto Snow

At age 15, Otto developed hemi-paraesthesic migraine headaches. The
migraines resemble a stroke. He was given narcotics, barbiturates and
ergot alkaloids. The drugs are toxic and were making him ill. He learned
of a new medication that might help. It is safe in comparison to
conventional migraine medications. The drug was LSD-25 and it worked.

His physicians would not prescribe LSD so Otto entered the world of LSD.
Several laboratories provided him and other patients with the
medication. Included are comments and research from the greatest
scientists of the twentieth century. Personal satori experiences. At
nineteen, Otto discontinued his exploration of LSD. Today, LSD remains
safer and more effective than any migraine medication on the market,
development is necessary and is not being done.

LSD is the most comprehensive book ever written on the synthesis of LSD.
Otto includes the reactions and the chemistry behind the reactions. Many
simplified reactions (e.g. diethylamine from vodka, lysergic acid
directly from Claviceps sugar culture, coupling agents from scratch).
Extractions translated to English.

LSD is written by someone who has been there and knows the
subject/chemistry first hand. LSD is as popular today as it was in the
1970s and 1960s. For many it is a party drug, for others it is a
medication. The Decade of the Brain heralded in a new interest in
psychedelics and their medical application.

"It is a thing of Beauty!" Dr. Alexander & Ann Shulgin.

Book Includes:
My Introduction to LSD-25
Medical Uses of LSD
Reported Dosages
Treatment of Alcoholics
In the Treatment of PTSD?
In the Treatment of Neuroses
In the Treatment of Migraines
In the Treatment of Schizophrenia?
Therapist (Guide) Must Take Drug
The Environments (Settings)
Sessions in The Yellow Room
Sessions in State Parks
Sessions in Amusement Parks
Religious Experience
Opening of the Mandala (100ug.)
Control of the Mandala
The Ritual of the Million Faces
Niacin (NADH-dependent enzyme)
Satori (17) Temple of The All
Termination of Psychosis
Warning
Water Spirit (100 ug)
LSD is Love
Strobe Candles and the Beads of Lights

Moratorium on LSD-25
Narcotics and Drug Abuse
Dangerous Drugs
The Hallucinogens
Mind-Altering Substances
Weighing Risks
Proposals for Dangerous Drug Legislation
Recommendations Dealing With State Law
Possession for Household or Animal Use
Unauthorized Manufacture
In Response to Moratorium
Statistics and Anomalies

LSD Laboratories
List I Chemical; Threshold base weight
Investigating LSD Sample
Profile of Laboratory Chemist
Lysergamides
d-Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD-25)
1-Alkyl & N-6 Substituted d-Lysergamides
Hydroxy Substituted d-Lysergamides
Ergotamine Tartrate
Physical Constants; Safety Precautions

The Curtis Reaction:
Lysergic Acid Hydrazine, Lysergic Acid Azide and Lysergic Acid Amides
Racemic Lysergic Acid Hydrazide Using Hydrazine Hydrate and Ergot Alkaloids
Lysergic Acid Azides and Amides from Lysergic Acid Hydrazides
Racemic Lysergic Acid Ethanolamide
Racemic Lysergic Acid Dimethylamide
d-iso-Lysergic Acid-hydroxybutylamide-2
Diethylamide of d-Lysergic Acid
Preparation of d-Lysergic Acid Azide
iso-Lysergic Acid Piperidide
Preparation of d-Lysergic Acid Hydrazides (the New Process)
Lysergic Acid-(3'-allyloxy-2'-oxy-propyl)amide

The Garbrecht Synthesis
Preparation of Amides of Lysergic Acid
Preparation of Ergonovine
Preparation of d-Lysergic Acid Morpholide
Preparation of d-Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
Preparation of Ergonovine
Sulfan B (gamma Sulfuric Acid Anhydride) Preparation
Lysergic Acid Amide Derivative Preparation
1-Methyl-d-Lysergic Acid (+) Butanolamide-(2)
1-Methyl-d-Lysergic Acid Ethylamide
1-n-Propyl-D-lysergic acid (+) Butanolamide-(2)

Alternative Syntheses of Lysergamides

Fractional Crystallization of Lysergamides
Fractional Crystallization of d-Lysergic Acid-hydroxybutylamide-2
Optically Active Salts of Lysergic and iso-Lysergic Acids
Fractional Crystallization of d-Lysergic Acid
Diethylamide d-Tartrate from Racemic Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
Separating and Purifying Alkaloids of Ergot
Crystallization of d-Lysergic Acid Diethylamide Tartrate
Fractional Crystallization of d-Lysergic Acid Piperidide d-Tartrate
Fractional Crystallization of d-Lysergic Acid Cyclobutylamide

Chromotography of Ergot Alkaloids
Separation of Pure Crystallized Ergot Alkaloids
Separation of a Mixture of Ergotamin and Ergotaminin
Pure Ergotamin from a Raw Extract
Separation of Diethylamide of d-Lysergic Acid
Isolation of the Alkaloids from Culture of Ergot (Claviceps purpurea
[Fr] Tul.)
Chromatography of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
Chromatography of d-Lysergic Acid Piperidide
Chromatography of Amides of Lysergic Acid
Chromatography of Lysergic Acid Morpholide
Chromatography of d-Lysergic Acid N-methyl-N-isopropylamide

Isomerization of Lysergamides
Isomerization of d-iso-Lysergic Acid-Hydroxybutylamide-2
Isomerization of d-iso-Lysergic Acid Cyclopropylamide
Epimerization of d-iso-LSD into d-LSD
Free Base Ergot Alkaloids from Their Salts (ergobasine)

Lysergic Acid
Lysergic Acid from Ergot Alkaloids
Preparation of Lysergic Acid
Recrystallization of Lysergic Acid
Lysergic Acid from 6-Methyl-delta-8,9-ergolene-8-carboxylic Acid
Ergot Alkaloids and Ergolines
Ergoline Alkaloids from Convolulaceae
Rivea corymobosa
Morning Glories
Argyreia nervosa
Extraction of Ergoline Alkaloids From Seeds

Method of Developing Claviceps purpurea
Field Inoculation with Claviceps purpurea
Artificial Honey Dew-Preparation
Spraying of the Rye Field

Ergot Alkaloid Extraction from Claviceps Species
Ergot Alkaloids from Commercial Ergot
Isolation of Lysergic Acid from Claviceps paspali Cultures
Extracting Alkaloids from Ergot of Rye
Isolation of Ergot Alkaloids from Claviceps purpurea
Culture Suspensions Using Clay
Preparing Lysergic Acid from Paspalic Acid

Claviceps purpurea Cultivation
Claviceps purpurea Cultivation and Strain Selection
Preparation of Media
Inoculation of Cultures
Strain Selection
Ergot Preparation
Production of Ergot Alkaloids
Growth Conditions for Claviceps Species
Relationship Between Growth and Nutrient Concentration
Conditions for Alkaloid Synthesis
Preparation of Ergot Alkaloids
Preparation of Ergotamine and Ergocryptine
Purification of the Product
Fermentation Process
Fermentation of Ergoline Derivatives

Host Plants for Claviceps paspali
Life History of Claviceps paspali
Host Plants to Claviceps paspali
Host Plants Resistant to Artifictial Inoculation
Ergot Size in Reference to Size of Spikelet
Paspalum longipilum
Paspalum dilatatum (Dallis Grass)
Paspalum uervilli (Vasey Grass)
Paspalum pubenscens
Paspalum pubiflorum
Paspalum ciliatifolium
Paspalum distichum L. (Knot-grass)
Paspalum notatum (Bahia Grass)
Paspalum laeve (Field Paspalum)
Paspalum langei
Paspalum floridanum

Claviceps paspali Cultivation
Alkaloid Derivatives of Lysergic Acids
4 Litre Fermentor
Microbiological Production of Lysergic Acid Derivatives
Production of Ergot Alkaloids
Colony Characteristics of Claviceps paspali ATCC 14988
Heterocyclic Carboxylic Acids Production

Preparation of Diethylamine from Ethanol
Separation of Diethylamine
Process of Separating Lower Alkylamines
Preparation of Diethylamine
Preparation of Ethylamine and Diethylamine
Preparation of Ethyl Bromide (1-Bromoethane) from Sodium Bromide and
Ethyl Alcohol

Anhydrous Hydrazine from Hydrazine Sulfate
Production of Hydrazine Sulfate
Hydrazine Sulfate
Anhydrous Hydrazine
Anhydrous Hydrazine from Hydrazine Hydrate
Manufacture of Hydrazine
Hydrazine Hydrate 40-45%
Preparation of 65% Hydrazine
Preparation of Anhydrous Hydrazine
High Purity Anhydrous Hydrazine
The Stabilisation of Hydrazine
Physical Constants; Safety Precautions

Tablet and Clearlight Manufacture
Tablet Manufacture in History by Joseph R. Wood
Molded Tablets (Tablet Triturates)
Tablet Triturate Machine
Trituration of Tablets
Compressed Tablets
Tableting Lysergic Acid Amides

Blotter Carrier
Thin Film Carrier: Clearlight or Gel
Preparation of Clearlight Carrier: Sheeting

LSD is an asset and essential reading for anyone interested in the
application, synthesis and psychedelic history of d-lysergic acid
diethylamide.

The book is illustrated by Tulasne, Chase, Gill and others. All
chemicals available from local stores. LSD is packed with chemistry for
future generations of neurochemists and explorers. 275+ references. UV
laminated color cover, 246 pages, 6" x 9"

Otto: "Since the 1950's, millions of people who suffer with alcoholism,
neuroses and migraines have been helped with LSD. Yet this medication
remains unavailable through prescription." Thoth Press © 2003 ISBN:
0-9663128-4-8
First Edition.

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