Your amazing mind

United States, 1968

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Opens with a lengthy discussion of the importance of human brain power in the progress of civilisation. Proceeds to discuss the different types of drugs available and the dangers of using them without prescription. Explains various types of drugs and discusses the effects of each on the human brain.

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