Ann Shulgin

Advocate, Author

Ann Shulgin is an artist, author, lay therapist, speaker, psychedelic advocate, and widow of the renowned psychedelic chemist Alexander Shulgin. She is a native of New Zealand and worked as a lay therapist using substances such as MDMA and 2C-B back in the days when they were still legal substances. In her writings, Ann stresses the importance and potential of psychedelic drugs as they relate to the teachings of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung and also their use in hypnotherapy.

Ann and her late husband co-authored the groundbreaking psychedelic books “PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story” (1991) and “TiHKAL: The Continuation” (1997).

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Barb is the former Editor and one of the founders of Psychedelic Science Review. She is currently a contributing writer. Her goal is making accurate and concise psychedelic science research assessable so that researchers and private citizens can make informed decisions.