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Thursday, January 12, 2006

The Guardian | From experimental treatment to artistic inspiration

Ed Vulliamy
Wednesday January 11, 2006
The Guardian

It did not take long for LSD to make the leap from experimental medical treatment to recreational drug. By the late 50s, the term psychedelic had been coined by the psychiatrist Humphry Osmond. He teamed up with Aldous Huxley and Al Hubbard, who ordered 43 cases of LSD from its maker, the pharmaceutical company Sandoz. They toured the US and Canada, preaching a way to the "other world" they found as their consciousnesses dissolved into kaleidoscopic visions.


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