Hallucinogens (Psychedelics). Hallucinogens. substances that alter sensory processing in the brain, causing perceptual disturbances, changes in thought processing, and depersonalization. Modern day history of hallucinogens. The Native American Church
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substances that alter sensory processing in the brain, causing perceptual disturbances, changes in thought processing, and depersonalization
11.3% had used in 1975
8.6% has used in 1992
12.2% had used in 1999
Religious use continues in Oaxaca, Mexico
Sedative-hypnotic properties and possibly hallucinogenic/dissociative properties
Sources: Peganum harmala, Passiflora spp.,
USED TO MAKE DMT ORALLY ACTIVE
Stewart OC. Peyote Religion. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987.
Aberle DF. The Peyote Religion Among the Navaho. Chicago, IL: Aldine Publishing Co., 1966.
Ipomoea spp. (esp. I. purpurea)
5-10 grams of seeds
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
4-8 seeds ingested
Found throughout the U.S.
Muscimol is the primary psychoactive alkaloid