This 1917 study includes a short description of the process of preparing chandu in India, as well as the method of smoking it and its composition. The author found that the percentage of opium in Indian chandu was 33 percent and that the Indian method of preparing it was different than the Chinese.
- Study Author(s):
- B. Dwarakanath Sastri
- Journal Name:
- Indian Medical Gazette, 52(11): 417–418
- Publication Date:
- 1917 November
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A Note on "Chandu"
Short study of the preparation, smoking and composition of Indian chandu