The Hasheesh Eater – Cardano

by Fitz Hugh Ludlow– eBook

“The Hasheesh Eater” is a book written by Fitz Hugh Ludlow and published in 1857. It is a memoir that describes the author’s experiences and adventures while under the influence of hashish, a derivative of cannabis. The book is considered one of the earliest accounts of drug experimentation in Western literature.

Fitz Hugh Ludlow was an American writer and explorer who became fascinated with the effects of hashish after reading about its use in Eastern cultures. In “The Hasheesh Eater,” he chronicles his personal experiments with the substance and the profound and often hallucinatory experiences he had while under its influence.

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The Plant
142 Unique Designs
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= 142 eBooks
eBook Numbers 278 – 419
(33.81% of Supply)

The Experience
118 Unique Designs
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= 118 eBooks
eBook Numbers 160 – 277
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The Visions
79 Unique Designs
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= 79 eBooks
eBook Numbers 81 – 159
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The Eyes
43 Unique Designs
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= 43 eBooks
eBook Numbers 38 – 80
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The Use
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eBook numbers 0 – 37
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About this Book

From Wikipedia: The Hasheesh Eater (1857) is an autobiographical book by Fitz Hugh Ludlow describing the author’s altered states of consciousness and philosophical flights of fancy while he was using a cannabis extract. In the United States, the book created popular interest in hashish, leading to hashish candy and private hashish clubs. The book was later popular in the counter-culture movement of the 1960s.

The Hasheesh Eater is often compared to Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821), Thomas De Quincey’s account of his own addiction to laudanum (opium and alcohol).

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