Issue 8 Pharmacopia Fall 2002

Lophop-Nine

Kevin C. Pyle

The following is a list of drugs tested by the CIA under experimental projects Bluebird, Artichoke, Derby Hat, MKULTRA, MKDELTA, and Midnight Climax. These programs were set up to explore the weapons potential of psychoactive substances and were conducted primarily at army bases, prisons, mental institutions and drug rehabilitation centers. It is estimated that 7,000 soldiers and 1,000 unwitting citizens participated over a ten-year period beginning in 1953.

Note: Substances 79–82 are illegible in the original government documents.

1. Adrenalin
2. Aktetron
3. Alcohol
4. Amphetamine
5. Amphetaminesulphate
6. Analasine
7. Anhalamine
8. Anhalidine
9. Anhaline
10. Anhalonidine
11. Analonine
12. Anhalonium
13. Aphyllidine
14. Aphyllin
15. Atropine
16. Atrosine
17. Bambusa
18. Banisterine
19. Barbiturate
20. Belladonna
21. Benzidrene
22. Bendocaine
23. Bromoharmine
24. Bulbocapnine
25. Butyl-bromally-barbituricacid
26. Caffeine
27. Caffeinesodium
28. Calciumchloride (35)
29. Cannabidiol
30. Cannabinol
31. Cannabis
32. Cannabol
33. Caramine (narcotic)
34. Carboline
35. Caroegine
36. Chloralhydrate
37. Cocaine
38. Coffee
39. Coramine
40. Delvinylsodium
41. Dibenzopyranderivatives
42. Dicain
43. Dramamine
44. Ephedrine
45. Ephetamine
46. Epinephrine
47. Ergot
48. Ergotamine
49. Ethylharmol
50. Eucaine
51. Eucodal
52. Eukotal
53. Eunacron
54. Epicane
55. Escrine
56. Ether
57. Evipal
58. Evipan
59. Evipansodium
60. Evipansodium (35)
61. Genoscopolomine
62. Harmaline
63. Harmalol
64. Harman
65. Harmine
66. Harminemethiodide
67. Harmol
68. Heroin
69. Hexacol
70. Histadyl
71. Hydractine
72. Hypoloidsolublehexabarbitone
73. Icoral
74. Indole
75. Indolemethyllarmine
76. Insulin
77. Lophop-nine
78. Lyscorbicacid
79. (illegible)
80. (illegible)
81. (illegible)
82. (illegible)
83. Manganesechloride (35)
84. Methy-cocaine
85. Metra-ol
86. Morphine
87. Morphinehydrochloride
88. Narco-imal
89. Nambutal
90. Nicotine
91. Nikthemine (narcotic)
92. Nitrousoxide
93. Novacaine
94. Nupercaine
95. Pantocaine
96. Pantopone
97. Parahyx
98. Pellotine
99. Pentobarbitolsodium
100. Pentothalacid
101. Pentothalsodium
102. Percaine
103. Pernoston
104. Peyotl
105. Phenactin
106. Phenamine
107. Pehyl-thio-urethanes
108. Picrate
109. Picrotoxin
110. Procaine
111. Pulegone-orcinol
112. Pulegone-olivetol
113. Pyrahexyl
114. Pyramidon
115. Quinie
116. Salsoline
117. Scolpolmine
118. Scolpolmineaminoxide hydrobromide
119. Scopolmine-phetamine-eukotal
120. Sodium (62)
121. Sodiumamatyl
122. Sodiumbarbital
123. Sodiumdlelvinal
124. Sodiumevipal
125. Sodiumpentobarbital (nembutal)
126. Sodiumpentothal
127. Sodiumphenobarbital
128. Sodiumrhodanate
129. Sodiumsoneryl
130. Sodiumsuccinate (77)
131. sodiumthioethamyl
132. Somnifen
133. Stovaine
134. Strychnine
135. Styphnicacid
136. Sympatol
137. Synhexyl
138. Telepathine
139. Tatra-hydro-cannibol-acetate
140. Tetra-hydro-harman
141. Tetra-hydro-harmine
142. Tropacocaine
143. Tropenone
144. Yageine
145. Yohimbinesulphate

Kevin C. Pyle is the author/illustrator of Lab U.S.A.: illuminated documents, a “docucomic” published by Autonomedia.

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