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Among the nearly 50 varieties of lemon are:
- The Avon , first grown in Florida and used primarily for frozen concentrate.
- The Baboon , a bright yellow Brazilian variety with a flavor similar to lime.
- The Bearss , which is large and rich in oil, is also known as the "Sicily", and similar to the "Lisbon".
- The Berna , Spain's leading lemon, is a medium-sized fruit.
- The Cameron Highlands , a small, round lemon with pale green flesh and many sees was discovered in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia where it grew wild.
- The Eureka , America's top commercial and home-planted lemon, is known for its high juice content and high acid level.
- The Escondido , a small lemon with little juice and a deep yellow color, grows near the Escondido River in Nicaragua.
- The Femminello , one of the oldest Italian lemons, makes up nearly three-quarters of Italy’s lemon production, and is tart and acidy.
- The Genoa , like the Eureka, thrives in California and was introduced to the state directly from Genoa, Italy.
- The Interdonato , from Italy and Turkey, is often the earliest lemon of the season. It has low juice content and is mildly bitter.
- The Lamas , another Turkish lemon, is stored in caves.
- The Lapithkiotiki , the primary lemon of Cyprus, resembles the Eureka and the Genoa.
- The Lemonade has a pale yellow skin and tastes like grapefruit.
- The Lisbon , originally from Portugal, was introduced in California around 1849.
- The Meyer , a popular domestic plant in California, is a hybrid of a lemon and an orange, which it resembles.
- The Nepali Oblong , a very juicy crop grown commercially in India, resembles a citron and has medium acidity.
- The Otaheite , used as a decorative indoor plant, is sometimes ranked as a separate species and bears small, deep yellow fruits.
- The Perrine , a combination of the Mexican lime and the "Genoa" lemon, is juicy and pale and tastes slightly of lime.
- The Pink Lemonade , a medium-size lemon, has a striped rind before it matures, and tart pink-tinged flesh.
- The Ponderosa , a large sized lemon that is often considered a novelty, is used for lemon pies and juice.
- The Primofiori , a smooth, thin rind lemon, matures first (its name means "first flowers") during the season in Spain.
- The Sweet Lemon is a general name for low-acid lemons, also called “limettas”, mostly from the Mediterranean and India.
- The Villafranca was Florida’s leading lemon for years.
- The Volkamer , a small, round lemon that originated in Italy, is low in acid and is thought to be a hybrid of a lemon and sour orange.

LSD was first made by Albert Hofmann in Switzerland in 1938 from ergotamine , a chemical from the fungus ergot . The laboratory name for the compound was the acronym for the German "Lyserg-säure-diäthylamid", followed by a sequential number: LSD-25. [13] [15] Hofmann discovered its psychedelic properties in 1943. [16] LSD was introduced as a commercial medication under the trade-name Delysid for various psychiatric uses in 1947. [17] In the 1950s, officials at the . Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) thought the drug might be useful for mind control and chemical warfare and tested the drug on young servicemen and students, and others without their knowledge. The subsequent recreational use by youth culture in the Western world as part of 1960s counterculture resulted in its prohibition . [18]

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