That was funny, but I must correct you. Although Aldous Huxley did go on to imbibe LSD, his famous essay, “The Doors of Perception” was based upon his experience with mescaline. I am reasonably sure that Peat would not approve of mescaline because it is a plant, and probably chock-full of phytoestrogens. For example, even though psilocybin mushrooms are also serotonin antagonists (just like LSD) you never read of Peat praising that fungus. Of course not. It’s a fungus, after all, and Peat is not going to say anything nice about a plant or a fungus, unless it’s a (raw) carrot or (cooked) bamboo shoot.