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Thursday, December 10, 2015 6:26:26 PM Asia/Shanghai
A major myth is that most modern agricultural research chemicals leave few residues. We are mislead into believing that they breakdown and do not persist in our food.Read More
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 6:49:59 PM Asia/Shanghai
(11.01.1906 - 29.04.2008)
Swiss chemist. Creator of LSD
The medicinal use of LSD as a resource in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy is based on the opposite effects that cause the type of psychotropic - psychedelic drugs. While these rather clog the patient's problems and conflicts, so that they look less serious and important, LSD, by contrast, reveals; the patient lives more intensely, which knows more clearly and become more accessible to psychotherapeutic treatment.
Alber Hofmann was born on January 11, 1906 in Basel, Switzerland.
He studied chemistry and graduated from the University of Zurich in 1927. His doctoral thesis was on quinine, describing for the first time the molecular structure of this compound.
He worked for the pharmaceutical company Sandoz, in the division of natural products. It is there, during the investigation of the alkaloids of rye ergot fungus-a parasite of gramináceas-, which absorbed 'accidentally' a small amount of LSD-25, the visionary most potent compound discovered so far.
Hoffman felt the effects of the hallucinogenic drug when, during an experiment in seeking medical utility components, it fell a drop in his hand. Years later, his discovery would boost an entire generation of psychedelia.
Hoffman defended the usefulness of this hallucinogenic drug in the analysis of the functioning of the mind or psychoanalysis and betting because it could someday be used to treat psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia.
Working closely with Wasson, he isolated and synthesized the two active ingredients in the Mexican mushrooms, psilocybin and psilocin. In Mexico could give with lysergic acid amides in the seeds of a type of morning glories, used in divination in pre-Columbian Mexico: these compounds are in the entheogenic basis of Claviceps purpurea, which led him to the discovery of LSD.
Albert Hofmann died on April 29, 2008 of a heart attack at his home in Basel. He had 102 years!
Sunday, October 4, 2015 1:07:00 AM Asia/Shanghai
As of October 1, China banned many chemicals. Total numerous banned substances are 116. Therefore, many Chinese manufacturers and wholesalers now has problems with the law.Europe, USA and some others has not occurred thousands of orders and many importers them have lost their Chinese source.
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On the Chinese FDA list includes the following banned popular research chemicals.