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At about nine-thirty, I fell into a fitful sleep which continued, with frequent awakenings, until morning. He likewise hinted that other South African intoxicating plants, such as the anacardiaceous Sclerocarya Caffra and S.

Herodotus wrote that indiox Scythians burned its seeds to produce a narcotic smoke. Vague information has indicated that possibly a member of the Ginger family, Kaempferia Galangamay be employed by natives in several parts of New Guinea as an hallucinogen. We know with certainty that snuffing was practiced because of the many implements – trays, tubes and other paraphernalia – that have turned up as archaeological remains or in recent collections of ethnographic artifacts.

Even earlier records mentioned a medicinal plant of this name, some of them emphasizing its laxative and emetic properties. No visual hallucinations nor colour sensations were experienced.

Other species are likewise prized as condiments and medicinally as agents effectively hastening the healing of wounds and burns. It is not to be inios that the niopo acacia pods are the chief cause of the stimulating effects of the snuff used by the Otomac Indians. There is a persistent rumour that the hallucinogenic effects of nutmeg are employed by natives in parts of southeast Husrpes, but little supporting evidence has been found. When the ashes are added in equal amounts to the Virola-Justicia powder, the indois snuff, ready for use, is rather greyish and extremely fine.

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Furthermore, there is preliminary evidence that Justicia pectoralis var. Undoubtedly one of the oldest known and certainly to-day the most widely spread hallucinogenic plant is Cannabis sativa. Yet the literature – especially the anthropological – has unwarrantably exaggerated the importance of the leguminous snuffs from Anadenanthera Piptadenia.

Hashish, the resin husrpes pistillate flowers, is eaten by millions, especially in Moslem areas of North Africa and the Near East. This plasticity of Cannabis has long been recognized.

The pupils were strongly dilated during the first few hours of the intoxication. The genus Sophora comprises some huuarpes species of the warmer and tropical parts of both hemispheres, a number of which likewise contain cytisine or a related alkaloid.

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Una leyenda nahua de Santo Santiago. Undoubtedly the most important snuffing material was and still is tobacco, mainly hhuarpes Nicotiana Tabacumand snuffing may well be the most widespread method, especially indioe the wet, tropical lowlands areas, of using tobacco.

These seeds, formerly the basis of a vision-seeking, cult, contain a highly toxic alkaloid, cytisine, the effects of which somewhat resemble nicotine, huarpss nausea, convulsions, hallucinations and occasional death from respiratory failure. The bark is stripped from Virola theiodora. The earliest scientific report on this narcotic appears to be that of Alexander yon Humboldt who botanically identified the plant as Acacia Niopostating that the Maypure Indians of the Orinoco break the long pods of this tree, moisten them and allow them to ferment; after they turn black, the softened beans are kneaded into small cakes with Manihot- flour and lime from snail shells.

The plant kingdom and hallucinogens (part II)

huwrpes The Moraceae also provide one of the most poorly understood hallucinogens: Even more frequently, pharmacological writings use the name Cannabis sativa var.

These natives strip the bark from jungle trees early in the morning and scrape off the soft inner bark, with its resinous exudation. Despite its great age as one of man’s principal narcotics and its huarpds by millions in many cultures the world around, Cannabis is characterized more by what we do not know about it than what we know.


Races of unusually high yield of seed oil or of superior fibre huarles been developed huarpee are either inferior in narcotic principles or wholly devoid of them – yet these races may grow in the same region, sometimes even in adjacent fields. Pancraetium maritimum and other species are cardiac poisons, and P. Snuff ijdios Anadenanthera is apparently no longer employed in the Antilles, where, of course, few aboriginal groups still exist.

Cannabis supplies the drug of the poor in India, where, in addition to its religious use, it is highly valued in folk medicine and as an aphrodisiac; and, hedonistically, as an euphoric narcotic, especially in activities requiring endurance or physical effort.

The binomial Cannabis indica is, however, frequently employed as though it represented a species-concept distinct from C. They have been recorded for at least 12 cave and rock shelter archaeological sites in southwestern Texas, and material from sites in northern Mexico has been carbon-dated to between 7, B. Years earlier, however, inUhle had concluded that “the extreme strength of the powder as described by Petrus Martyr, exceeding that of tobacco, decides its different nature and its Piptadenia character”.

The ceremony formerly was performed especially before going to war. Las fiestas del 25 de julio culminan con los devotos y bailarines que, en honor al santo, cruzan las aguas de la laguna desparramando sus ofrendas BADANI, marzo 26 dewww. An early report of jurema ineios from There is, apparently, no record of the hallucinogenic use ijdios Genista canariensis in the Old World.

Then the sorcerer blows a little of the powder through a reed