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Entheogenic, Hallucinogenic and Psychedelic Plants
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Plants listed here are are not recreational drugs (except for Cannabis). These plants have ancient historical, cultural and religious uses. Our ancestors used these plants medicinally. Almost all of these plants can be poisonous if taken incorrectly.
parrot

Scrophulariaceae

  Parrot's Beak, Sickletop Lousewort Parrot's Beak, Sickletop Lousewort
Parrot's Beak, Sickletop Lousewort
This herb is traditionally used in relaxing smoke and tea blends. medicinal: for muscle tension, insomnia, and back pain.


elephanthead

Scrophulariaceae

  Elephant-head Elephant-head
Elephant-head
Fern-like Magenta Flower broomrape family elephanthead lousewort. Like other louseworts and related broomrape genera, this is a root parasite which obtains nutrie


Wormwood

Asteraceae

  Wormwood Absinthe Wormwood Absinthe
Wormwood Absinthe
It is an ingredient in the spirit absinthe, and also used for flavouring in some other spirits and wines, including bitters, vermouth and pelinkovac. It is also used medically as a tonic, stomachic, a


Henbane

Solanaceae

  Henbane Henbane
Henbane
It was historically used in combination with other plants, such as mandrake, deadly nightshade, and datura as an anaesthetic potion, as well as for its psychoactive properties in "magic brews.&qu


Mandrake

Solanaceae

  Mandrake Mandrake
Mandrake
Because mandrake contains deliriant hallucinogenic tropane alkaloids such as hyoscyamine and the roots sometimes contain bifurcations causing them to resemble human figures, their roots have long been


Salvia Divinorium

Lamiaceae

  Diviner's Sage Diviner's Sage
Diviner's Sage
Botanists have not determined whether Salvia divinorum is a cultigen or a hybrid; native plants reproduce vegetatively, rarely producing viable seed. Most of the plant's local common names allude to


Peyote

Cactaceae

  Peyote Peyote
Peyote
It is well known for its psychoactive alkaloids, particularly mescaline. It is used world wide as an entheogen, and supplement to various transcendence practices, including meditation, psychonautics,


Caapi

Malpighiaceae

  Banisteriopsis Caapi Banisteriopsis Caapi
Banisteriopsis Caapi
Ayahuasca is made by combining the vine of the 'Jagube' (Banisteriopsis Caapi) with the leaves of the shrub called 'Rainha' (Psychotria Viridis) It contains harmine, harmaline, and tetrahydroharmine,


Cannabis

Cannabaceae

  Marijuana Marijuana
Marijuana
The genus Cannabis was formerly placed in the Nettle (Urticaceae) or Mulberry (Moraceae) family, but is now considered along with hops (Humulus sp.) to belong to the Hemp family (Cannabaceae). Various


Poppy

Papaveraceae

  Opium Poppy Opium Poppy
Opium Poppy
Opium is the source of many opiates, including morphine, thebaine, codeine, papaverine, and noscapine. The Latin botanical name means, loosely, the "sleep-bringing poppy", referring to the s




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Comment: Entheogenic, Hallucinogenic and Psychedelic Plants

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Entheogen
Entheogen

Why thank you.

July 07, 2010
11:30:44
Thunder
Thunder

All very interesting info...thanks
July 07, 2010
08:47:27

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