Ayahuasca Analogs

Ayahuasca Analogs Ayahuasca Analogues is the first book to explore in detail the human pharmacology of ayahuasca fabled jungle ambrosia After reviewing carefully the ethnobotanical chemical and pharmacognostical lite

Ayahuasca Ayahuasca is known by many names throughout Northern South America and Brazil. Ayahuasca is the hispanicized spelling of a word in the Quechua languages, which are spoken in the Andean states of Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, and Colombia.Speakers of Quechua languages or of the Aymara language may prefer the spelling ayawaska according to whom citation needed This word refers both to the liana Plants of Ayahuasca Shamanism Ayahuasca The use of Ayahuasca may well be primordial, its use extending back to the earliest aboriginal inhabitants of the region Schultes and Hofman . Foods and Medications to Avoid with MAOIs Ayahuasca Why are there dietary restrictions to follow with Ayahuasca Ayahuasca Banisteriopsis caapi vine is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor MAOI MAOIs block an enzyme called monoamine oxidase, which breaks down excess tyramine in the body. Banisteriopsis caapi Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as ayahuasca, caapi or yag, is a South American liana of the family Malpighiaceae.It is used to prepare ayahuasca, a decoction with a long history of its entheogenic use and its status as a plant teacher among the indigenous peoples of the rainforest. According to The CRC World Dictionary of Plant Names by Umberto Quattrocchi, the naming of the Ayahuasca Wikipdia, a enciclopdia livre Ayahuasca do quchua aya, que significa morto, defunto, esprito , e waska, cip , podendo ser traduzido como cip do morto ou cip do esprito , tambm conhecida como hoasca, daime, iag, santo daime e vegetal, uma bebida entegena produzida a partir da combinao da videira Banisteriopsis caapi com vrias plantas, em particular a Psychotria viridis e a Phalaris arundinacea Reed Canary Grass Entheology FAMILY Gramineae Poaceae GENUS Phalaris SPECIES Arundinacea COMMON NAMES Bentgrass, Reed Canary Grass, Glanzgras, Reed Grass Phalaris arundinacea is a perennial grass with gray green stalks that grow about meters tall, long, wide leaves with rough edges, and spikelets that bear single flowers. DMT PsychonautWiki N,N Dimethyltryptamine also known as DMT and The Spirit Molecule is a naturally occurring psychedelic substance of the tryptamine class that produces uniquely powerful and short lived psychedelic effects when administered Fasoracetam Unique and Novel Memory Enhancer Summary Long time nootropics users may think fasoracetam is a joke there seems to be a new one released every month , but this is a new synthetic compound that is part of the racetam family. Dirty Pictures Alexander Sasha Shulgin is the scientist behind than psychedelic compounds including MDMA, commonly known as Esctasy Considered to be one of the the greatest chemists of the twentieth century, Sasha s vast array of discoveries have had a profound impact in Pramiracetam Why is This New Racetam so Popular SUMMARY Pramiracetam is a potent drug in the racetam class This nootropic was recently developed and has stimulating and focus improving properties than many other analogs Pramiracetam tastes atrocious so buy capsules not powder.

  • Title: Ayahuasca Analogs
  • Author: Jonathan Ott
  • ISBN: 9780961423452
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ayahuasca Analogues is the first book to explore in detail the human pharmacology of ayahuasca, fabled jungle ambrosia After reviewing carefully the ethnobotanical, chemical and pharmacognostical literature on the ian Amrta, Ott describes than three dozen psychonautic experiments designed to elucidate the incredible pharmacology of ayahuasca potions, ingeniousAyahuasca Analogues is the first book to explore in detail the human pharmacology of ayahuasca, fabled jungle ambrosia After reviewing carefully the ethnobotanical, chemical and pharmacognostical literature on the ian Amrta, Ott describes than three dozen psychonautic experiments designed to elucidate the incredible pharmacology of ayahuasca potions, ingenious amalgamations of extracts of the ayahuasca liana, depicted above, which contain enzyme inhibitors, and extracts of leaves of other plants containing DMT like Psychotria viridis, depicted below , a potent entheogen ordinarily inactive orally Ott boldly characterizes the discovery of ayahuasca potions by various groups of South American Indians as one of the most sophisticated pharmacognostical discoveries of all antiquity There follows a review of the literature on the plants containing ayahuasca type enzyme inhibitors, and on plants which contain DMT and related entheogenic tryptamines The resulting tables of than 60 plants in each category document Ott s contention that there are at least four thousand possible combinations of plants which can yield entheogenic potions like ayahuasca These are the Ayahuasca Analogues of the book s title, and Ott s psychonautic experiments include several with such analogues, as well as with pharmahuasca the pure ayahuasca alkaloids in ayahuasca capsules A thorough index, twenty one footnotes, nine tables and a detailed bibliography of 418 sources make this a valuable reference book, as well as Ott s personal logbook of psychonautic travels in the universe of the soul with ayahuasca Taken from back cover

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    1. "Ayahuasca comes into the picture, as a healing balm for the lesions of materialism as a prospective panacæa for our great sweet mother Pangæa. For the essence of the entheogenic experience is ecstasy, in the original sense of the word ek-stasis - the withdrawal of the soul from the body." It is an ineffable, spiritual, non-materialistic state of being in which the universe is experienced more as energy than as matter." - Jonathan Ott (Ayahuasca Analogues, Pg.89)

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