CLINICAL AND MILITARY MEDICAL ASPECTS OF PSYCHOPOISONS By: W. Bousseljot
Date; 20 March 1973
SOURCE: Zeitschrift Fur Militarmedizin, 6/1971, pp 315-332
Subdivision of psychotomimetica according to their chemical composition (Franke, 9).
1. Indole derivatives
1.1. Lysergic acid derivatives
– lysergic acid diethylamide
– lysergic acid ethylamide
– lysergic acid hydrazide
– lysergic acid morpholide
1.2. Tryptamine derivatives
– N.N.-dimethyltryptamine (DMT)
– psilocybin, psilocin
– trimethoxyphenyl-aminopropane (TMA)
3. Piperdine derivatives
According to statements by Western Military sources, psychochemical warfare agents are especially intended:
-in engagements on one’s own territory when the use of other means seems unsuitable for instance, in consideration of one’s own population
-against one’s own population in case of unrest.
3.3 The use of psycho poisons can:
-be applied to sabotage (by contamination of central water supply and stores) or
-be applied during the course of combat.
Document released to Russ Kick by the US Army Intelligence and Security Command on 30 August 2005 in response to FOIA request 378F-05.
LSD? LSZ? LSE? LSH? LSM?
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