The Erowid crew has been keeping busy this summer with home repair tasks, when not taking short jaunts to assorted festivals. During August 18-26, Erowid volunteers Alicia Danforth, Pedro, and others will be helping Jon Hanna staff an Erowid Center information booth at the Boom Festival in Portugal, where Hanna will also moderate a panel discussion, "Frontiers of Medicine--The Role of Psychedelics and Sacred Plants". If you're at the festival, check us out.
Drug Geek Factlet
Since the mid-2000s, a psychoactive stimulant named "mCPP" has shown up in some illicit ecstasy tablets. As if that sort of adulteration weren't annoying enough, in July, Streetwork Zurich tested a tablet with a music note logo that contained a nearly identically named herbicide "MCPP". Did an ill-informed producer or laboratory confuse an herbicide (MCPP) for the similarly named stimulant (mCPP)?
Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics (September 24-26) will again be hosted at Judson Memorial Church in NYC. Speakers have been announced and tickets are on sale; see details at http://www.horizonsnyc.org
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EcstasyData is a project of Erowid Center that conducts laboratory testing of street ecstasy tablets and publishes the results online. Tablets can be submitted for testing with a $40 copay.
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