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Psychoaktive Pflanzen, Pilze und Tiere Bestimmung, Wirkung, Verwendung

Field / Identification Guide
By: Andreas Alberts(Author), Peter Mullen(Author)
304 pages, colour photos, colour tables
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
Psychoaktive Pflanzen, Pilze und Tiere
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Language: German

Since ancient times people have used the psychogenic power of certain plants and fungi as an anesthetic for surgeries and illnesses, as a tool for "Soul Travel",  or for ritual purposes. Psychoaktive Pflanzen, Pilze und Tiere brings us closer to 126 species occurring worldwide. Learn where the growth sites are and the biological characteristics of psychoactive plants, as well as their chemical make-up and effects.

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Seit Urzeiten nutzen die Menschen die psychogene Kraft bestimmter Pflanzen und Pilze sowie einiger traditionell verwendeter Tiere: als Betäubungsmittel bei Krankheiten und Operationen, als Hilfsmittel für "Seelen-Reisen" oder für rituelle Zwecke. Dieser Naturführer bringt uns 126 weltweit vorkommende Arten näher. Wir lernen die Wuchsorte und biologischen Merkmale ebenso kennen wie ihre Inhaltsstoffe und ihre Wirkung.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Andreas Alberts(Author), Peter Mullen(Author)
304 pages, colour photos, colour tables
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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