Standard Series Chemical Tests
Subject: primate (chimpanzee)
Result: as expected, the subject displays symptoms of relaxation and lethargy.
Chemical: Lysergic acid diethylamide
Result: much akin to previous work with felines, the chimpanzee shows no ability to cope with the chemical stimulant.
Chemical: Viscae Somnus
Result: following injection, the subject's heart rate slows to such a rate, that, for all intents and purposes, it appears dead. In truth, heart rate has dropped to - incredibly - a safe level, and the subject recovers soon after.
Result: this chemical is held to be entirely safe in moderation, and produces a relaxation effect in the subject. It remains to be seen whether long term exposure leads to mental health risks.
This primate is worn out. Please consider this an official requisition order for further test subjects from the mainland.