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Name of drug Active Ingredients Effects Who takes it? Where do they live? Why? Harmine, Harmaline, and DMT Mushrooms Psilocin, psilocybin Amanita Muscaria muscimole Shamans Siberia Morning Glories Mexico Plains Indians United States, Mexico. Indians United States, Mexico. Devination Tobacco Claimed to be hallucenogen Atropine, Scopolamine Sex and Flying themes Intense Hallucinogen, nausea & vomiting, sweating, tremors of the extremities, numbness, euphoria, humming or buzzing, blue/purple tinge or haze, visions of cats, reptiles, birds of prey. Jivaro (Amazon Basin shrunken head tribe), Cashinahua (Southeatern Peru), and the Sharanahua (Eastern Peru) W. Amazon, Orinoco Basin, Pacific coasts of Reinforce individuality in a group oriented society (Sharanahua), take to transcend space and time to enter the spirit world. Indistinguishable from LSD. Wide range of hallucinations
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course ANTH 3305 taught by Professor Garber during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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