Racine, Wisconsin: Golden Press (Western Publishing Co.), 1976.
Small octavo (20 x 13 cm.), 160 pages. Index. Illustrated in color. Second printing (indicated by number line at rear). An historical guide to psychoactive plants aimed at the lay reader, seeking to explain how hallucinogenic plants have been recognized and used by cultures through history. The fact that this title appears in the guise of a Golden Book, a series most often read by a juvenile audience makes this publication additionally intriguing. In a cloth Golden Craft Reinforced Binding, red with the same designs and illustrations as the wrappered issue. Near fine. Scarce.