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High Times Encyclopedia of Recreational Drugs Paperback – April 1, 1982
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As the cover states - it is "the most exhaustive book ever published on drugs." Covering everything from the early history of narcotics, through the drug influenced underground comics of the 60s, from drug use as aphrodisiacs to its effect on music and art.
Clocking in at over 400 pages, with a small but readable print, 2 columns per page, this is a fascinating book. I defy anyone with a vague interest in this subject to pick it up, turn to virtually any page and learn something new and then become enbgrossed.
As the back cover asks - did you know Pope Leo XIII took frequent doses of Vin Mariani, or wine of Coca as it is also known; other imbibers being the authors Jules Verne and Zola, and, get this, Thomas Edison!? ...