Plant and Fungal Hallucinogens as Toxic and Therapeutic Agents

  title={Plant and Fungal Hallucinogens as Toxic and Therapeutic Agents},
  author={Elisaldo Araujo Carlini and Lucas O. R. Maia},
  journal={Plant Toxins},
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Comparative and Functional Screening of Three Species Traditionally used as Antidepressants: Valeriana officinalis L., Valeriana jatamansi Jones ex Roxb. and Nardostachys jatamansi (D.Don) DC.
The multidisciplinary approach represents an important tool to avoid the adulteration of herbal drugs and permits the evaluation of the effectiveness of EOs that could be used for a wide range of therapeutic applications.
“Hexing Herbs” in Ethnobotanical Perspective: A Historical Review of the Uses of Anticholinergic Solanaceae Plants in Europe
The exact roles that these “hexing herbs” have played in Europe in the past and present are discussed, ultimately showing the immense importance of these often misunderstood and vilified plants.
Common anticholinergic solanaceaous plants of temperate Europe - A review of intoxications from the literature (1966-2018).
  • Karsten Fatur, S. Kreft
  • Environmental Science
    Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology
  • 2020


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