Uso de plantas psicoactivas en el norte de chile: evidencia química del consumo de ayahuasca durante el Periodo Medio (500–1000 d.C.)

@article{Ogalde2010UsoDP,
  title={Uso de plantas psicoactivas en el norte de chile: evidencia qu{\'i}mica del consumo de ayahuasca durante el Periodo Medio (500–1000 d.C.)},
  author={Juan Pablo Ogalde and Bernardo T. Arriaza and El{\'i}as Ccorimanya Soto},
  journal={Latin American Antiquity},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={441 - 450}
}
Resumen Este trabajo discute el uso de plantas psicoactivas en el Valle de Azapa del norte de Chile. Al respecto, en el norte de Chile existen evidencias arqueológicas materiales tempranas e ininterrumpidas relacionadas con prácticas psicoactivas en torno a la Anadenanthera, acompañadas de evidencia química que consigna el consumo de Erythroxylum. En este contexto, se evalúa el consumo de Anadenanthera y Banisteriopsis en el cabello de treinta y dos momias del período Medio (ca. 500–1000 d.C… 
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