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Ethnopharmacology of Sacred Psychoactive Plants Used by the Indians of Mexico

Ethnopharmacology of Sacred Psychoactive Plants Used by the Indians of Mexico

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    Diaz, Jose Luis. (1977). Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 17, 647-675.

    Covers the general historical, botanical, and ethnological aspects of the Mexican magic plants. A classification of the drugs based on their reported uses and subjective effects is proposed in a section on psychopharmacology. The specific etymological, botanical, ethnological, pharmacological, and chemical information is summarized in a table.

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