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Documented Uses of Peyote in Indigenous cultures

Documented Uses of Peyote in Indigenous cultures

Lophophora williamsii (Lem. ex Salm-Dyck) Coult. Photo by: Balam Seer

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Prehistoric peyote use: Alkaloid analysis and radiocarbon dating of archaeological specimens of Lophophora from Texas (5700 years ago)

Prehistoric peyote use: Alkaloid analysis and radiocarbon dating of archaeological specimens of Lophophora from Texas (5700 years ago)

Two archaeological specimens of peyote buttons, i.e. dried tops of the cactus Lophophora williamsii (Lem.) Coulter, from the collection of the Witte Museum in San Antonio, was subjected to radiocarbon dating and alkaloid analysis. Photo by: Shumala.org

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Psychological and Cognitive Effects of Long-Term Peyote Use Among Native Americans

Psychological and Cognitive Effects of Long-Term Peyote Use Among Native Americans

Hallucinogens are widely used, both by drug abusers and by peoples of traditional cultures who ingest these substances for religious or healing purposes. Photo by: Heather Divine

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The appeal of peyote (lophophora williamsii) as a medicine

The appeal of peyote (lophophora williamsii) as a medicine

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