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Pennes HH. 
“Clinical reactions of schizophrenics to sodium amytal, pervitin hydrochloride, mescaline sulfate, and d-lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD 25).”. 
J. Nerv. Ment. Dis.. 1954;119:95.
Abstract
Amytal, pervitin and mescaline were given to 55 schizophrenic patients, 25 of whom also received LSD. The effects were analyzed in terms of normalization and intensification of the pre-existing clinical symptoms. Amytal was classified as preponderantly a normalizer of clinical symptoms; mescaline and LSD as intensifiers; pervitin produced an unstable state with normalization and intensification being approximately equal in evidence.
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