Psychedelics: The Truth About Psychedelic Drugs

An Introductory Guide to Ayahuasca, LSD (Acid), DMT, Entheogens, and the Full Effects
Narrated by: Kelly Rhodes
Length: 36 mins
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You're about to discover the crucial information regarding psychedelic drugs. It can be overwhelming if you are trying to find honest, factual information because of all the random opinions out there on the Internet. You also have to be careful about the misinformation that is coming from online sources, especially those with financial incentives. This audiobook serves to be an unbiased guide, so that you can understand all of the important information before you invest money or time into trying various psychedelic drugs.

This book goes into the origins and history of psychedelic drugs, how they work, the various types of psychedelics, the positive and negative effects of consuming them, as well as the legality and dangers involved. By investing in this book, you can get a grasp of the topic so that you can make a solid decision about what you put into your body, or even help other people in your life.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

  • What Are Psychedelics?
  • The History and Science Behind Psychedelics
  • The Negative and Positive Effects of Using Psychedelics
  • Various Forms, Legality, Costs, and Other Critical Information!

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A little too much propaganda

While informative, I felt as though there was a lot of anecdotal fear based evidence that, if there's no substantial evidence, could've been ommited. Even the positive words spiked about psychedelic use had a negative undertone that, for the inexperienced person, would still leave them feeling uncertain about using these medicines. A lighter approach could've have been used to drive home the same message.

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Nothing new.

The narrator’s voice drones on and on about things that I already knew, things that anybody basically figures out when they first delve into the research of psychedelics...I learned nothing and now regret having listened to this short little book.
It’s not worth it.
Also, pronounce psilocybin, peyote, and ayahuasca correctly.

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good for beginners

good for first time / curious people. good scientific background and history with positive outlook

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Concise fairly represented overview of Psychedelic

It is a very well written and presented general overview of the origin and use of Psychedelics . the content is fair and unbiased in it's approach I highly ( no pun intended) recommend this for anyone desiring a basic understanding of this subject.

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  • Greg Kernaghan
  • 01-05-18

The most abridged discussion of psychedelics ever

Far too short an examination of the topic to justify its purchase.... lacks any depth or illumination of the experiences afforded by their use. Waste of time... read a Wikipedia page instead

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