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Practical LSD Manufacture
by Uncle Fester

Loompanics Unlimited Port Townsend, Washington

This book is sold for information purposes only. Neither the author nor the publisher will be held accountable for the use or misuse of the information contained in this book.

Practical LSD Manufacture
© 1995 by Uncle Fester All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or stored inany form whatsoever without the prior written consent of the publisher. Reviews may quote brief passages without the written consent of the publisher as long as proper credit is given. Published by: Loompanics Unlimited PO Box 1197 Port Townsend, WA 98368
Loompanics Unlimited is a division of Loompanics Enterprises, Inc.

Cover design by Shaun Hayes-Holgate Illustrations by John Megahan/TheTechnical Sketch and Kevin Martin
ISBN 1-55950-123-5 Library of Congress Card Catalog 95-75543

Contents

Preface..................................................................................................! 1. LSD Production: An Overview................................................... 1 2. Sources Of The Lysergic Amides.............................................. 5 3. Extraction AndIsolation Of The Lysergic Acid Amides ................................................15 4. LSD Directly From The Lysergic Amides — The One Pot Shot...............................................................23 5. Lysergic Acid ...........................................................................41 6. LSD From Lysergic Acid And SO3..........................................47 7. LSD FromLysergic Acid And Trifluoroacetic Anhydride..................................................57 8. LSD From Lysergic Acid And Phosgene ................................61 9. Method X .................................................................................65 10. Solvent Management ...............................................................69 11. Keeping Out OfTrouble..........................................................71 12. Studies On The Production Of TMA-2 ...................................77 Appendix Know Your Essential Oils ...........................................................97 Precursor And Essential Chemicals.............................................99 Waste Exchanges....................................................................... 101Distributors................................................................................. 105 Love Letters From The Heat...................................................... 107 A Few Words Concerning Calamus by Cousin Lester..................................................................... 113

Preface

Preface

The DBA has recently estimated the total number of clandestine LSD labs operatingin the United States at only 100, with most of them located in northern California. This alarmingly low number of labs leaves the supply of LSD in this country at constant peril. Further, the concentration of production in so few hands has left us awash in a mediocre swill comparable to the beer spewed out by the major brewers. This distressing situation results from the convergence of a series offactors. The botanical sources of lysergic acid are not easily available in large quantities. The actual production of LSD from these botanical sources is a touchy and involved operation. These roadblocks, however, pale in comparison to the most important factor — the inaccessibility of good information to those motivated to put it into action. I can think of no other area of organic chemistrywhich, to we common working pot-boilers, is shrouded in as much mystery, or is as thoroughly obfuscated as the production of LSD. The scientific articles dealing with this topic are barely readable by the typical person with an undergraduate degree in chemistry. They assume a level of understanding of the arcane

Practical LSD Manufacture

field of lysergic chemistry not generally possessed by...
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