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Gno Know. Transcendence. Spiritual Succor. Spirits Align. Mystic Crystal Revelation. Native American ethnobotany - Daniel E. Moerman. Schaffer Library of Drug Policy. New Health Concerns.

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Entheogenic Plants. Psyche.delia. Mush Room. Shaman Guides. EntheO. Entheogens Experiences Policies. Entheogens in Modern Medicine. Ethnobotany. MEDICINE QUEST. Medica. Cannabis Review. Plants. REALLY GOOD STUFF. PLANTAE: The Ethnobotany Tables. Much later version drawn up to convert all findings to symbols. PLANTAE: The Evolution of Plant Chemicals. My decision to put a lot of my textbook on the web will probably please some past students and people to no end, including who wanted to attended my class but couldn’t for whatever reason.

PLANTAE: The Evolution of Plant Chemicals

For those familiar with my course and its book, the plans are to include my tables as well, along with some new analyses. This data is in such a form that some parts of it work very well on shapefiles on the ArcView and ArcGIS. This particular piece of my technology I am trying to make more universally applicable, enabling a map of the plant kingdom to be included in with any GIS work no matter what the coordinate system is. Accomplishing that however looks to be a couple or few years away. Planta Medica. PLANTAE MEDICA was the title for the book I wrote to teach my course on the Evolution of Natural Products. This book was written for classes that began in 1989 and that I continued to teach until 1993. Sacred Weeds. Sacred Weeds was a four part television series of 50 minute documentaries investigating the cultural impact of psychoactive plants on a broad array of early civilizations.

Sacred Weeds

The series was filmed at Hammerwood Park by the producer, Sarah Marris, and her production company TVF. The Reader in European Pre-History at the University of Oxford, Dr Andrew Sherratt, was the series host. Prior to his resignation from the University of Oxford, Sherratt was appointed Professor of Archaeology. Natural origins of psychedelic drugs – Sasha Shulgin: A Chemical Performance. Sasha Shulgin: A Chemical Performance (Englisch-Sprachig) – Entheovision 2 A brief recounting of the plant origins of the natural phenethylamine and tryptamine psychedelic drugs will be presented.

Natural origins of psychedelic drugs – Sasha Shulgin: A Chemical Performance

Medicinal Plant Monographs. We are proud to be hosting the results of the Pharmacopoeia Monographs Project developed by the South African Traditional Medicines Research Group of the School of Pharmacy at the University of the Western Cape with support from the Medical Research Council and other participants.

Medicinal Plant Monographs

The monographs are presented as .pdf files. Copyright in these monographs resides with the authors, the South African National Biodiversity Institute, the South African Medical Research Council and the University of the Western Cape. They may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written consent of the copyright holders. These monographs may be cited in publications as follows: Scott, G. and Springfield, E.P. (2004). Pharmaceutical monographs for 60 South African plant species used as traditional medicines. Healing, transformation, entheogens, introduction. All Plants and Major Chemical Transformations. The Chemical Evolution Begins Recall the previous pie chart for major ethnobotanic chemical classes for All Plants. The following is a demonstration of how these major chemicals are distributed across the very large taxonomic grouping of plants. Chemically speaking, the simplest of plants are non-toxic, and their major uses are related to foodways.

With the development of vessels in plants we see some chemical differentiation also occurring, enabling some taxa groups to provide medicinal values. It is important to note however that the numbers of species at this level is exceptionally low. Psychonautica. Evolving consciousness, bite by bite. Alchemical Mage. Bouncing Bear Botanicals suppliers of rare, sacred and exotic plants and more. ©Tranceplants - High quality Shamanic and Medicinal Incenses. New Products March 2014.

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Shamanic Extracts - Salvia Divinorum Extracts and other Ethnobotanical (...) Timemapping Spiritual Transformation: Shamanism and Evolutionary Astrology. The Astral Shaman Through my interest and passion for shamanism, the celestial language of astrology visited me, like magi from a distant, exotic desertscape.

Timemapping Spiritual Transformation: Shamanism and Evolutionary Astrology

Psychonaut. Consciousness Cafe. Portugal Drug Policy: Decriminalization Works. The Experience of Foreign Countries and Drug Legalization. Chapter Three: The Experience of Foreign Countries and Drug Legalization Discussion I.

The Experience of Foreign Countries and Drug Legalization

Their Argument Proponents of legalization suggest that the experiences of countries such as Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Switzerland prove the efficacy of legalizing or decriminalizing various types of illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and marijuana. They maintain that because such drugs are legal, these countries have fewer addicts and less drug-related crime. II. Green-lists international narcotics control board. Official Webpage of Alexander 'Sasha' Shulgin and Ann Shulgin. Alexander Shulgin on MDMA. Online Books : Alexander Shulgin's Lab Books. Introduction.

Online Books : Alexander Shulgin's Lab Books

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Alcohol and Other Drugs - Contents. CHAPTER 1 Alcohol and Other Drugs Contents. 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine gives you wings. 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine (sometimes used as a pesticide to kill frogs) also happens to be one of the world’s most popular drugs. Users find that it improves attention and concentration, and slightly decreases their heart rate at low doses. It is habit forming however and has been known to cause agitation, anxiety, insomnia, disorientation, nausea, delirium, hallucinations and tinnitus.

Some people report involuntary tremors or even convulsions. Overdoses can cause seizures, respiratory failure and cardiopulmonary arrest. Withdrawal from regular use can cause symptoms including headache, nausea, nervousness, reduced alertness and depression. Dr. Andrew Weil: The Moral Ferocity of Eating Animals. The Strange Case of the Harvard Drug Scandal. From chocolate to morphine ... Hallucinate with Ping Pong balls & Radio. Addictionmania. SEEK is a drug-discovery group that uses a pioneering scientific and commercially-driven approach to create breakthrough medicines which address major diseases in order to radically improve human health.