by Stephen Gaskin. An eloquent call to non-violence and spiritual revolution. 149 pp.
Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge A Radical History of Plants, Drugs, and Human Evolution
by Terence McKenna. 315 pp.
by Andrew Weil and Winifred Rosen. A unique theory of addiction interwoven with some fascinating history. 240 pp.
by Marlene DeRios. 255 pp.
by Stephen Gaskin. A series of conversations that were attended by thousands of people, and helped determine the spiritual direction of a generation of cultural creatives. Second edition, annotated. 191 pp.
by Alexander and Ann Shulgin. Pioneering research in entheogenic and sexual biochemistry. 200 detailed descriptions of the endogenous workhorses of the brain and their effects, and their chemical structures with diagrams. 978 pp.
by R.E. Schultes & A. Hoffman. A visual feast on the many entheogenic plants used by our ancestors. 192 pp.
by Paul Stamets. Ancient uses as sacraments and mind-enhancers. Identiﬁcation guide for the world. Beautiful color electron microscope photographs. 256 pp.
by O.T. Oss and O.N. Oeric. With a foreword by Terence McKenna, this is a classic manual on dung-inhabiting mushrooms, and the evolutionary, medicinal, and historical aspects of entheogenic mushrooms. Many photos, 86 pp.
by T. Reidlinger. The true adventures of Gordon Wasson, banker, author, and ethnobiologist. 283 pp. Softcover. Hardcover available.
by R. Boire. “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.” 69 pp.
by Terence McKenna and Dennis McKenna. 229 pp.
by Peter Stafford. What really happened; an encyclopedia with a heart. 420 pp.
by Sasha & Ann Shulgin. The sequel to Pihkal, the psychedelic adventure-romance of well-known chemist Sasha Shulgin and his wife Ann, with chemical details. 804 pp.
True Hallucinations: Being an Account of the Author’s Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil’s Paradise
by Terence McKenna. 237 pp.