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The 10 Most Inspirational People To Ever Endorse LSD

“Taking LSD was a profound experience, one of the most important things in my life. LSD shows you that there’s another side to the coin, and you can’t remember it when it wears off, but you know it." - Steve Jobs

Timothy Leary: Taught at Harvard, revolutionized LSD as a possible use in medicine. Endorsed it for its mostly positive impacts on the brain.

Dock Ellis: Pitched a no hitter on LSD.

Jack Nicholson: In the 1950s he participated in LSD experiments. He turned this into a cult movie titled, The Trip. This is largely responsible for his movie career.

Ken Kesey: Wrote One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest and attributed his writing to psychoactive drugs. He first discovered them while participating in CIA experiments.

Hunter S. Thompson: One of the most famous American writers. He used LSD to infuse and inspire his life and writing career.

Aldous Huxley: Brave New World author, said drugs like LSD could change the human condition. He even took LSD on his death bed.

The Beatles: Wrote songs like, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, which is based on drugs and LSD. The Beatles were frequent users and it altered and pushed their creativity.

Kary Mullis: Won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1993. LSD was his drug of choice. LSD experiences helped him develop technologies to amplify DNA sequences.

Steve Jobs: Founder of Apple, he said LSD had one of the greatest impacts on his life and changed the way he worked.

Dr. Albert Hoffman: A brilliant chemist and the founder of LSD. He first synthesized it in 1938.