Encyclopaedia of Psychoactive Plants Volume 2
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Hardback with jacket
New plants, fungi, bacteria, Usage, Cultural history
• Volume 2 of the masterpiece by Christian Rätsch
• New plants, new research
• All you need to know about botany, cultivation, dosage, substance, usage, and effects
The world-class reference manual on psychotropic ethnobotany further expanded: volume 2 of the »Encyclopaedia of Psychoactive Plants« comprises more than 500 new plants, fungi, liehen, and bacteria in more than 140 monographs – from acacia to zornia, from agrocybe to xanthoparmelia – as weil as the latest research results on plants presented in volume 1. lt includes a listing of more than 350 additional psychoactive plants the potential of which still needs to be explored. In addition, the author explains the cultural history of psychoactive plants as weil as their influence on the visual arts, music, and literature. The masterpiece is rounded off with recently indexed plant and fungus products along with explanations about their most important secondary metabolites, plus a comprehensive bibliography. A must have for anyone interested in psychoactive agents.