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“Subjective Effects of Anti-Cholinergic Hallucinogens”. 
Journal of Psychedelic Drugs. 1977 Oct-Dec 02;9(4):345-6.
Lysergic acid, tryptamine and phenylethylamine derivatives have received most attention in studies of hallucinogens because of their extraordinary range of effects and their relationship to plants used in certain "primitive,, religions. Other chemicals synthesized in laboratories merit attention because of similarly dramatic effects on consciousness and psychological processes.
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