Magic Mandrake Mandragora officinarum
Before I get started on this species, I would just like to let you all know this page is for research. One should take great caution if planning to consume these plants. Psychoactive plants are of great interest among ethnobotanist, pharmacological researchers, scientist and alternative healers. These plants are to be taken serious and have very real effects on the human mind, and body. When used properly they have shown great promise in spiritual and physical healing practices. When abused, the effects can become negative and even fatal. It should not be consumed as it's potentially deadly. Successful use of this entheogen is done so by highly skilled Shamans.
Mandrake is strictly a botanical species of research interest. This botanical species has been regarded as poisonous, causing states of delirium and even death. Regardless of these facts, the entheogenic root still has a very long history of use as a sacred herb. The root of the psychoactive plant (Mandragora officinarum) are thought to take on almost a human form. It has been used in association with magic in European folklore. It contains extremely large amounts of tropane alkaloids and should be regarded as poisonous. It was often carried for protection and luck. The root has also been used as an aphrodisiac.
It's classified as a poison and a dilerant. All parts of the plant contain
atropine, scopolamine, and hyoscyamine. These constituents are also found in Datura, and Bella Donna.
Organic Mandrake Scientific Name Mandragora Officinarum
WARNING: In regards to the consumption of this entheogen, you should be aware that a high enough dose is deadly. Consumption of this plant can and will traumatize an individual for life, if not kill the individual. We sincerely want to get the point across that this ethnobotanical is NOT a good time and definately NOT to be consumed.
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