Dieter Hagenbach-Discovery of LSD

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Only a few discoveries of the 20th century have had such crucial and profound influences on science, society and culture as LSD. This mysterious and extremely potent substance causes profound changes in consciousness in doses of millionths of a gram. And, Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann first experienced its remarkable effects during a self-experiment with Lysergic Acid Diethylamide in 1943 at Sandoz Laboratory in Basel, Switzerland. It changed his life deeply, as it also has the lives of millions around the world.

We will learn more about Albert Hofmann as we interview the author Dieter Hogenbach , who wrote Mystic Chemist: The Life of Albert Hofmann and his discovery of  LSD

 

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