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Chapter 1 Outline CHAPTER 1: OUTLINE 1. FIVE HISTORICAL THEMES OF DRUG USE 1. Human need to cope with the environment 2. A susceptible brain chemistry 3. Business & government involvement 4. Technological advances in making drugs 5. More efficient methods of putting drugs into the body 2. PREHISTORY & THE NEOLITHIC PERIOD (8500–4000 B.C.) ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS (4000 B.C.–A.D. 400) 1. Alcohol 2. Opium 3. Cannabis (Marijuana) 4. Mescal Bean, San Pedro & Peyote Cacti (Mescaline) in Meso America 5. Psychedelic Mushrooms in India, Siberia, & Meso America 6. Coca Leaf & Tobacco in Meso America 1. MIDDLE AGES (400–1400) 1. Psychedelic “Hexing Herbs” 2. Psychedelic Mold-Ergot (St. Anthony’s Fire) 3. From Medicine, to Psychoactive Drug, to Poison 4. Alcohol & Distillation
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5. Islamic Substitutes for Alcohol 6. Coffee & Tea (Caffeine) 7. Coca in the New World 8. Psychedelic Fungi & Plants in the Americas 2.
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