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A Hallucinogenic Tea, Laced with Controversy: Ayahuasca in the Amazon and the United States
One country's sacrament is another's illicit drug, as officials in South America and the United States are well aware. For centuries, a hallucinogenic tea made from a giant vine native to theExpand
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Hallucinogens, cross-cultural perspectives
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Commonalities in Substance Abuse and Habitual Behavior
Interestingly, commonalities in substance abuse and habitual behavior that you really wait for now is coming. It's significant to wait for the representative and beneficial books to read. Every bookExpand
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Ayahuasca—The Healing Vine
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Saladerra — A culture-bound misfortune syndrome in the Peruvian Amazon
As the result of a field study of an urban, Mestizo spiritualist healer in the Peruvian Amazon, the author presents data on a new, culture-bound disorder, called saladerra. Characterized by an acuteExpand
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Plant Hallucinogens and the religion of the Mochica—an ancient Peruvian people
ConclusionThis article has attempted to reinterpret a now extinct prehistoric people, the Mochica of Peru, in light of our knowledge of contemporary regional hallucinogenic use. An analysis ofExpand
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Some Relationships between Music and Hallucinogenic Ritual. The “Jungle Gym” in Consciousness
Although the anthropological literature on hallucinogenic drug use is fast growing, few studies examine the role of music in such drug ritual (see, however, McAllester 1949). In an earlier study, weExpand
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