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TiHKAL is a 1997 book written by Dr Alexander Shulgin and Ann Shulgin about tryptamines.

The full title of the book is Tryptamines I Have Known And Loved: The Continuation. A sequel to PiHKAL, the book was in general received less enthusiastically than its predecesor.

TiHKAL contains analyses on individual mind altering chemicals, separated into chapters, one per chemical, including dosages, synthesis, qualitative comments and analysis of the substance.

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  • TiHKAL HTML Version (http://www.erowid.org/library/books_online/tihkal/tihkal.shtml)

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TiHKAL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (287 words)
TiHKAL is a 1997 book written by Alexander Shulgin and Ann Shulgin about a family of psychoactive drugs known as tryptamines.
These essays range from psychotherapy and the Jungian mind to the prevalence of DMT in nature, Ayahuasca and the War on Drugs.
The second part of TiHKAL is a detailed synthesis manual for 55 psychedelic compounds (many invented by Alexander Shulgin), with dosages, chemical structure and qualitative comments.
TiHKAL: The Continuation, by Alexander and Ann Shulgin (208 words)
Part 2 of TiHKAL may be distributed for non-commerical reproduction provided that this notice, the cautionary notice and the ordering information are retained.
I would like to take a moment to reiterate that at the present time restrictive laws are in force in the United States and it is very difficult for researchers to abide by the regulations which govern efforts to obtain legal approval to do work with these compounds in human beings.....
No one who is lacking legal authorization should attempt the synthesis of any of the compounds described in these files, with the intent to give them to man. To do so is to risk legal action which might lead to the tragic ruination of a life.
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