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THERAPEUTIC BASES OF PSYCHEDELIC MEDICINES: PSYCHOINTEGRATIVE EFFECTS

@inproceedings{Winkelman2013THERAPEUTICBO,
  title={THERAPEUTIC BASES OF PSYCHEDELIC MEDICINES: PSYCHOINTEGRATIVE EFFECTS},
  author={M. Winkelman},
  year={2013}
}
  • M. Winkelman
  • Published 2013
  • For thousands of years, human beings have used medicinal plants to enhance their health and well-being. In cultures around the world, plants commonly referred to as psychedelic, hallucinogens, and entheogens have played central roles in their healing practices. These vision-inducing plants have also played important roles in the religious and spiritual practices of many societies, evoking powerful emotional, cognitive, and therapeutic reactions. These plants that were central to concepts of… CONTINUE READING
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