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Smart Drugs (English)

Smart Drugs (English)

  1. Basoodler
    Introduction
    The terminology “Smart-Drugs“ includes all legal compounds of natural or synthetic origin, not prohibited by variousdrug laws in different countries. The drugs may contain active compounds with known or presumed psychoactive properties The definition of “Smart Drugs“ is changing continuously, not only by including different types of substancesthat fall into this category, but also from a conceptual and cultural point of view. 214 pages

    [SIZE="2"]Simona Pichini et el.
    Department of Therapeutic Research and Medicine EvaluationItalian Observatory on Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs of AbuseISS - Rome[/SIZE]

    Amanita muscaria pag. 7
    Areca catechu pag. 14
    Argemone mexicana pag. 24
    Argyreia nervosa pag.32
    Artemisia absinthium pag. 38
    Ayahuasca pag. 46
    Brugmansia arborea pag. 53
    Calea zacatechichi pag. 58
    Citrus aurantium pag. 61
    Datura stramonium pag. 69
    Ephedra sinica pag. 75
    Ipomoea violacea pag. 85
    Lactuca virosa pag. 89
    Mimosa hostilis pag. 94
    Mitragina speciosa pag. 97
    Muira puama pag. 103
    Pausinystalia yohimbe pag. 105
    Piper methysticum pag. 113
    Rivea corymbosa pag. 119
    Salvia divinorum pag. 124
    Sceletium tortuosum pag. 130
    Sida cordifolia pag. 135
    Tribulus terrestris pag. 142
    Trichocereus macrogonus pag. 146
    Trichocereus pachanoi pag. 146
    Trichocereus peruvianus pag. 146
    Trichocereus validus pag. 146
    Trichocereus werdermannianus pag. 147
    Turnera aphrodisiaca pag. 154
    Voacanga africana pag. 161
    Withania somnifera pag. 168
    Spices pag. 175
    Synthetic cannabinoids pag. 177
    Canavalia maritima pag. 182
    Leonotis leonurus pag. 185
    Leonurus sibiricus pag. 188
    Nelumbo nucifera pag. 192
    Nymphaea alba pag. 196
    Nymphaea caerulea pag. 198
    Pedicularis densiflora pag. 201
    Scutellaria nana pag. 204
    Zornia latifolia pag. 207