In their book the authors offer an ethnobological look at the sacred use of hallucinogenic plants and include an introduction to hallucinogenic plants a plant lexicon overview of plant use chart detailed section of fourteen major hallucinogenic plants and concludes with an overview of the chemical structure of hallucinogens. Plants of the gods is a collaborative work by ethnobotany greats albert hofmann richard evans schultes and christian ratsch it is an overview of various psychoactive plants and their uses in cultures of the past and present. Plants of the gods is a comprehensive reference work on psychoactive botanicals it provides a definition of plant hallucinogens and information on phytochemical research on sacred plants geography of usage and botanical range the chemical structures of these substances and the use of hallucinogens in medicine. The worlds most renowned authorities on the botany and chemistry of hallucinogens have produced an exhaustive study of psychoactive flora the properties of the plants and the use made of them by man are examined and detailed by botanist richard evans schultes and chemist albert hofmann. The first is a short general introduction to hallucinogenic plants with an emphasis on the botanical nomenclature of plants the second section on phytochemical research is much too brief scattered and elementary
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