Category Archives: Ethnobotanicals

Mayan Calender

RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION

RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION, RELIGION Asphyxiated by curled hands. Punishment for tainted moon it has floated down to darker side of continence. You push the body in wall, Coal burns in the eyes The shadow at last, leaves the body. The high priest, goes for the copyright annular bulge of pride. A…

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Herbs For Anxiety – Kava Kava

Herbs For Anxiety – Kava Kava Anxiety is the most common of all mental disorders. The latest estimates have over 25,000,000 Americans facing the very real challenges presented by anxiety each and every year. Statistics worldwide vary from culture to culture but anxiety is generally considered to be the most common mental disorder worldwide. And…

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The Amazing Health Benefits Of Kratom

Kratom is a natural, plant-based medicine that has been used for thousands of years in Southeast Asia as an effective pain medication and stimulant. Although not many people in North American know about this amazing plant, it is starting to enjoy resurgence in use around the globe, including in the Western world. Native to Thailand,…

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Your Herb Garden In A Pot

Coming in many forms and sizes, an herb garden pot allows a person to have a container herb garden. There are even methods of having several herbs in one pot. Either it is a very large pot or the pot is designed with several holes or places in which you can plant a variety of…

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A Guide To Set and Setting for Safe & Successfull Psychonautics

If asked the question “What is  psychanautics?” the best answer is the art and science of exploring ones inner psyche, and related practices. One large component and common practice in psychanautics involves the use of mild altering, usually psychadelic substances. Some states of mind that can be obtained also be induced by other practices such…

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Experts Speak Out About the Benefits of Kratom: Why It Would Be a Mistake To Ban It

WASHINGTON, Sep 08, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Published: Sept 8, 2015 9:53 a.m. ET The Botanical Legal Defense (BLD), an educational and advocacy group focused on promoting and protecting the medicinal and therapeutic benefits of natural plants and herbal supplements, is concerned that Kratom is, at times, misrepresented as dangerous and without medical value. Kratom,…

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Kratom: The Truth About Mitragyna Speciosa

Kratom: The Truth About Mitragyna Speciosa: An Introductory Guide to Capsules, Powder, Extract, And The Full Effects (Ketum, Kratum, Kratom Capsules, Kratom Powder, Kratom Extract) You’re about to discover the crucial information regarding Kratom. It can be overwhelming if you are trying to find honest, factual information because of all the random opinions out there…

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salvia divinorum

Salvinorin: The Psychedelic Essence of Salvia Divinorum

Salvinorin: The Psychedelic Essence of Salvia Divinorum In the first book dedicated to this subject, D.M. Turner discusses Salvia Divinorum’s botany, history and use by Mazatec Indian shamans in Oaxaca; the discovery by western researchers and subsequent experiments that yielded Salvinorin A; methods for using both the extract and whole plant material, and descriptions of…

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Salvia Dried Leaves 4.2 Oz. – Diviners Sage

Salvia Dried Leaves 4.2 Oz.(120g.)=6 Packing x 0.7 Oz.(20g.) Buying-24 “Kubja Ürditalu” Salvia leaves have astringent, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory and soothing effect. Used in gingivitis, stomatitis, bronchitis, sore throat, catarrh of the upper respiratory tract. Salvia leaves to help cope with profuse sweating, female infertility and diabetes. The shipping cost includes a tracking code. Salvia leaves…

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Medicinal Wild Plants of the Prairie: An Ethnobotanical Guide

Medicinal Wild Plants of the Prairie: An Ethnobotanical Guide The Plains Indians found medicinal value in more than two hundred species of native prairie plants. Unfortunately, modern American culture has not paid much attention. White settlers did learn a few plant-based remedies from the Indians, and a few prairie plants were prescribed by frontier doctors.…

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Lophophora Williamsii – An Ethnobotanical Study

Lophophora Williamsii is widely known as peyote cactus. This plant is commonly used as a religious sacrament.For more than two centuries, the use of the peyote-cactus as a religious sacrament has been slowly diffusing northward among the southern Plains tribes of the United states.For more than fifty years, there has been a growing interest in…

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Mitragyna Speciosa, Medicinal Kratom Leaf

Mitragyna Speciosa, Medicinal Kratom Leaf Kratom Leaves Since ancient times, kratom leaves have been commonly used for medicinal purposes. Botanically they belong to the Mitragyna speciosa tree of the Rubiaceae family. It has its origin in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Southeast Asia; mainly in Thailand as well as in Malaysia, Myanmar, Indonesia etc.…

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