Passion Flower ( Passiflora incarnata )
Passiflora incarnata
Passion Flower is chemically a lot like the Ayahuasca vine. They both contain harmala and harmaline constituents, which makes it behave as an MAOI. It also contains a unique constituent known as passiflorine.

Witch Hazel
Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana
Witch Hazel is used to treat more ailments than can be listed in this preview section. It's used for: inflammations, tumors, psoriasis, eczema, insect bites, poison ivy, and as a treatment for varicose veins

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                 The following list of ethnobotanicals have had an important relationship with human beings for as long as anyone can remember. They are of great interest to ethnobotanist, phytochemist, the study of pharmacology, and even, yet sadly, the pharmaceutical industry. Botanical Guides is a project designed to offer the public free information on an ever growing number of medicinal, entheogenic, and otherwise useful plants.

Feverfew - Tanacetum parthenium
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              Feverfew obviously gets its name from its most commonly used purpose in alternative healing practices. The herb has the reputation as being a keen medicine for preventing migraine headaches and lowering fevers. Feverfew is used daily as a supplement to prevent chronic migraines, and not so much thought of as a quick fix. This brilliant plant chemist offers sedative properties, along with anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmatic properties. It's used in infusions for treating the common cold and general illness. Historically, Feverfew has been carried for luck, and general protection(biological health). The flowers contain a pharmacological oil that can be applied topically for pain. Aside from its medicinal qualities, it has always made me feel good in general.

Fever Tree - Acacia xanthophloea
Mukanya Kudeis

                This entheogen is also known as Mukanya Kudeis. Further down the page i'll explain exactly what an entheogen is. Know that this strain of acacia is one of many plants utilized by the Zulu people of Africa. Plants such as this are completely integrated in the various cultures of Africa. Like many other entheogenic plants from Africa, the Fever Tree is well known to induce visionary and prophetic dreams. It allows one to connect with reality as we know it and attain vast amounts of knowledge. It is an entheogen of the minds eye. The bark can be used medicinally for treating fevers, hints the name Fever Tree. This entheogen is closely related to many other Mimosa strains commonly used in Ayahuasca. ( Acacia confusacombined with other plants such as Chacruna )

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More plants that start with the letter F are listed under the Herbals-F section. This includes: False Unicorn Root, Fennel, Fenugreek, Flax Seed, Florist Daisy ( Chrysanthemum morifolium, Fly agaric Mushrooms, Foit root, Frankincense ( Boswellia carteri ), and Fukamushi Sencha Tea.

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                I'd like for you all to note that these plants have been used by religions from all walks of life. That's literally what makes a plant considered an entheogen. It's because they are used in a "spiritual" context. From the Rastafaris smoking ganja as a way to commune with a higher power, to the journey of a psychonaut experimenting with mind altering psychedelic substances, an entheogen can take many forms. Ethnobotany is about the use of plants in any fashion, so remember that entheogenic applications of these ethnobotanicals is very common. Check out this list of religions.

There are almost as many different belief systems as there are fish in the sea. Having said that, isn't it interesting that we all still live under the same sun, in the same galaxy, and on the same planet.? We all need oxygen to breath, food to survive, and water to nourish and cleanse our bodies. No matter what you believe, I think you'll find it's most important to respect, embrace, and understand others and the organic environment that sustains us all. A divorce from nature will only lead to our destruction as a species. Embrace the natural.

Having said all of that, I'd like to suggest to you the film, Metanoia - "A New Vision Of Nature". I couldn't agree with this movie more. It basically will explain in detail the obvious truth that so many people fail to see today. If you think the way I do though, you believe that conscousness will fully emerge in all of us through time as that is what it's designed to do. When watching this film, consider the phenominon of plants producing pharmacological constituents. It will surely boggle your mind to the fullest extent possible.


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