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Plants Of The Gods: Their Sacred, Healing, And Hallucinogenic Powers by Albert Hofmann

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Exploration of the cultural and historical significance of various psychoactive plants used by different societies around the world.

Plants Of The Gods: Their Sacred, Healing, And Hallucinogenic Powers by Albert Hofmann


Plants of the Gods is a comprehensive, well-researched exploration of the history, cultural significance, and use of psychoactive plants in various indigenous societies. The book is a fascinating read for those interested in ethnobotany, anthropology, and the history of human interaction with psychoactive plants. With detailed accounts, vivid illustrations, and a scientific approach, the authors unveil the mysteries of these plants and their role in shaping human culture and spirituality.




Plants of the Gods is an enlightening and informative read that offers a unique perspective on the historical and cultural significance of psychoactive plants. The authors emphasize the importance of respecting and understanding these plants, their traditional uses, and their potential benefits for modern society. By delving into the rich history and ethnobotanical knowledge of indigenous cultures, this book encourages readers to explore the potential therapeutic and spiritual benefits of these plants while advocating for their responsible use and conservation.

Author: Albert Hofmann, Richard Evans Schultes & Christian Rätsch
Publisher: Healing Arts Press
Publication date: 2001
Pages: 208

Plants of the Gods: Their Sacred, Healing, and Hallucinogenic Powers

By Richard Evans Schultes, Albert Hofmann, and Christian Rätsch

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