Books about the sacred and recreational use of psychedelic herbs and plants.
An autobiographical account of the author's work with ayahuasca a potent and sacred plant brew of the Amazon region that is known for its extraordinary visionary and healing powers.
Ayahuasca is a traditional medicine from the Amazonian rainforest. It is used by various tribes and shamans to perform spiritual and physical healings within themselves and others.
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The Ayahuasca Reader is a panorama of texts translated from nearly a dozen languages on the ayahuasca experience.
The publication of Louis Lewin's Phantastica in 1924 began an era of ethnobotany that is still flourishing today. Phantastica was the first book to bring scientific insights to a survey of the use of drugs around the world.
In this incredible book R. Heaven and H. Charing explore the use of one of the major allies of shamans for healing, seeing, dreaming and empowerment; plant spirits.
Ayahuasca is a hallucinogenic Amazonian plant mixture that has been used for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years by native Indian and mestizo shamans in Peru, Colombia and Ecuador for healing and divination.
The culmination of more than 30 years of cultural, anthropological and scientific research, this encyclopaedia examines the botany, pharmacology, history, preparation, dosage and practical use of more than 400 erotically stimulating substances.
The most comprehensive guide to the botany, history, distribution, and cultivation of all known psychoactive plants. This book describes over 400 psychoactive plants and contains hundreds of illustrations. A must-have for true plant lovers.
Visionary plants have long served indigenous peoples and their shamans as enhancers of perception thinking and healing. These plants can also be important guides to the reality of the natural world and how we can live harmoniously in it.
A Classic from Albert Hofmann and Richard Evan Schultes. "An extraordinary blend of botany, ethnobotany, chemistry, history, mythology, and art."
A 50 minute revealing documentary about the use of ibogaine for the treatment of addiction and it's spiritual background. Filmed on location in Europe, North America, Mexico and West Africa.
A pioneering study of psychoactive plants and their role in society. Published in 1855, it is one of the first books to examine the cultivation, preparation and consumption of the world's major stimulants and inebriants.
A true classic! A groundbreaking survey from 1860 of the use of the seven most popular narcotic plants of the 19th Century: tobacco, opium, cannabis, betel nut, coca, datura and fly agaric.
The definitive guide to its ethnobotany, history and chemistry.
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