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The Encyckopedia of psychoactive plants
    #4168359 - 05/12/05 10:44 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

I just got it but haven't done much reading in it.  Noticed somethings to maybe the future buyers of the book.  Example for Kratom they don't give much on cultivation of the plant, which is a bummer.  Khat he notes that they rarely set seeds.  I think this is false.  But otherwise an awesome book from what I can tell almost all plants will have a picture, very well organized and goes into other details about the chemicals, family forms and subspecies, synonyms, Folk names, History, Distribution, Cultivation, Appearance, psychoactive material, preparation and dosage, ritual use, artifacts, Medical use, constituents, effects, commerical and regulations.  As u can see he goes into great detail into the plants.  But sometimes like with Cultivation he could have gone into greater detail. This book has many years of knowledge put in it and if you are wondering about a plant chances are its in the book.  You could most likely find all the info on the net that one would need but this is a lot faster. So far it looks like its well worth the 75 dollars.  Can't wait to set down and start to read it. :thumbup:


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Re: The Encyckopedia of psychoactive plants [Re: GNIOM1498]
    #4168443 - 05/12/05 11:08 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

I never heard of it. Who is the author? Sounds interesting.


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Re: The Encyckopedia of psychoactive plants [Re: Chemical_Bliss]
    #4168917 - 05/13/05 01:32 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

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