1 edition of Hallucinogenic plants found in the catalog.
Richard Evans Schultes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 157) and index.
|Statement||by Richard Evans Schultes ; illustrated by Elmer W. Smith|
|Series||A Golden guide|
|Contributions||Smith, Elmer W.|
|LC Classifications||QK99.A1 S38 1976b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Psychedelic, psychoactive, hallucinogenic whatever you want to call them, we seem to have a hardwired impulse to seek out plants and substances that alter our perception in some way. With such a large number of plants out there that can have this effect, it shouldn’t be too surprising that some of these plants are actually legal. Hallucinogenic Plants Chapter | 71 13 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s.
Psychoactive plants are plants, or preparations thereof, that upon ingestion induce psychotropic effects. As stated in a reference work: Psychoactive plants are plants that people ingest in the form of simple or complex preparations in order to affect the mind or alter the state of consciousness.. Psychoactivity may include sedative, stimulant, euphoric, deliriant, and . Use of hallucinogenic drugs / Shamans / Personal observations / Shaman / Mexico / Religion and mythology / Southwest, new / Shamanism / Castaneda, carlos, / Yaqui indians--religion / Juan, don, / Hallucinogenic drugs and religious experience.
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Out of 5 stars An excellent and readable compendium of hallucinogenic plants. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Verified Purchase. This is a classic written by the late Harvard Professor Richard Evans Schultes, the father of ethnobotany and one of the world's greatest experts on hallucinogens.
The illustrations are useful and 5/5(7). Be sure to include 35¢ per book!o cover postage and handling. GOLDEN GUIDES: $ GOLDEN FIELD GUIDES: softcover, $; hardcover, $ GOLDEN GUIDES NATURE BIRDS • BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS • CACTI • CATS EXOTIC PLANTS FOR HOUSE AND GARDEN • FISHES FLOWERS • FOSSILS • GAMEBIRDS • HALLUCINOGENIC PLANTS.
The first nontechnical guide to bothe the cultural significance and physiological effects of hallucinogens, Hallucinogenic Plants will fascinate general readers and students of anthropology and history as well as botanists and other specialists.
All of the wild and cultivated species considered are illustrated in brilliant full color.5/5(7). This is a neat little book. Innoted Hallucinogenic plants book researcher and pioneering ethnobotanist Richard Schultes put this book out as a "Golden Guide" (google it) to hallucinogenic plants used throughout history/5(10).
This book has been written partly to provide that kind of information. No matter whether we believe that men's intake of hallucinogens in primitive or sophisticated societies constitutes use, misuse, or abuse, hallucinogenic plants have undeniably played an extensive role in human culture and probably shall continue to do so.
Hallucinogenic Plants – A Golden Guide. Posted on | Janu | 9 Comments. Hallucinogenic Plants was a part of a series of books and field guides published in the seventies under the name Golden inogenic plants were written by Richard Evans Schultes – a founder of modern book is a good intro to psychedelics that has.
The first nontechnical guide to both the cultural significance and physiological effects of hallucinogens, HALLUCINOGENIC PLANTS will fascinate general readers and students of anthropology and history as well as botanists and other specialists.
All of the wild and cultivated species considered are illustrated in brilliant full color. Hallucinogenic Plants Native to the United States Several other varieties of mushroom native to the U.S.
possess hallucinogenic properties, including Fly Algaric and Panther Cap mushrooms, both of which contain the psycho-active substance muscimol. These kinds of fungi have a long history of use in ancient Siberian tribes.
Plants of the Gods Their Sacred, Healing and Hallucinogenic Powers Preface Introduction 1. What are Plant Hallucinogens 2.
The Plant Kingdom 3. Phytochemical Research on Sacred Plants 4. Geography of Usage and Botanical Range 5.
Plant Lexicon 6. Users of Hallucinogenic Plants 7. Overview of Plant Use 8. Fourteen Major Hallucinogenic Plants /5(1). An unassuming member of the mint family, the herb salvia has made headlines for its growing popularity, including its use by American singer Miley Cyrus.
Native to Mexico, the plant is hallucinogenic and has historically been used by shamans to achieve altered states of consciousness. Currently legal in both the U.K. and the U.S., the. Hallucinogenic plants fall into this category and although many hallucinogenic plants are illegal, a few are perfectly legal and they make beautiful additions to the spiritual garden.
Hallucinogenic plants contain a variety of active compounds that cause dissociation, delirium, or hallucinations. Hallucinogenic Plants Schultes I love this book.
It’s interesting and accessible. This is one of those books that would work with both adults and youth. A few google searches told me that Shultes is considered the father of ethnobotany. Richard Evans Schultes (SHULL-tees; Janu – Ap ) was an American biologist.
He may be considered the father of modern is known for his studies of the uses of plants by indigenous peoples, especially the indigenous peoples of the worked on entheogenic or hallucinogenic plants, particularly in Mexico and the Amazon, Awards: Gold Medal - Linnean Society of London.
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Get this from a library. Hallucinogenic plants. [Richard Evans Schultes; Elmer W Smith] -- Provides information on the native habitat, appearance, characteristics, and past and present uses of numerous plants whose chemical composition causes.
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Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since Customer service is our top Range: $ - $ Sometimes these plants have a rich history of being used for their hallucinogenic properties, other times, there is a definite lack of lore.
List of Common Plants that Are Hallucinogenic. This is a list of some of the most common plants found around the planet, or in certain regions, which are known to be hallucinogenic.
Hallucinogenic plants Richard Evans Schultes. I've been collecting little Golden Guides since I was a young child. I've had 2 copies of this excellent book, both of which were stolen.
I look at this book from an anthropological viewpoint. I remember it as being just factual and non-judgement, not at all a guide on how to get high. Terminology. There is a lexical gap between Chinese names and descriptions of hallucinogenic plants and English pharmacological terminology for hallucinogens, which are commonly divided into psychedelics, dissociatives, and deliriants.
The English lexicon has a complex semantic field for psychoactive drugs, and most terms are neologisms (n.b., the following definitions are from ."Carefully researched, beautifully written, and abundantly illustrated, this book reminds us that the use of hallucinogenic plants has been a fundamental part of the human experience for millennia." – Michael R.
Aldrich, Ph.D., Curator Fitz Hugh Ludlow LibraryBook Edition: 2nd Edition, Second Edition.John C.M. Brust, in Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience, Hallucinogens.
Dozens of hallucinogenic plants are used recreationally around the world. In the United States, the most popular hallucinogenic agents are mescaline (from the peyote cactus), psilocybin and psilocin (from several mushroom species), and the synthetic ergot lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)/β.