A defining scholarly publication on the past and current state of research with psychedelic plant substances for medicine, therapeutics, and spiritual uses.
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A defining scholarly publication on the past and current state of research with psychotropic plant substances for medicinal, therapeutic, and spiritual uses.
“A sweeping overview of the history and state-of-the-art of the scientific search for ethnopharmacological agents used as entheogens, capturing the initiation of the field in the psychedelic 60s’ —and now, 50 years later. From the history of origins of the field to the contemporary cutting-edge concerns of novel treatments for addictions, the 2 volumes of Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs lay out a panoramic view of a field that has exploded over the last half century.”
— Dr. Michael James Winkelman, MPH, Ph.D., author of Shamanism: A Biopsychosocial Paradigm of Consciousness and Healing and co-editor of Advances in Psychedelic Medicine
“Sampling a broad range of the expertise of the time, these books assemble a rich cornucopia of interdisciplinary learning on the study of plant psychoactive medicines from different cultures, the go to ethnopsychopharmacopoeia of our times.”
— David Luke, Co-editor of DMT Dialogues: Encounters with the Spirit Molecule