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Garden of Eden - The Ultimate Guide to Psychoactive Plants

By youniverse on Wednesday, 13 August 2014, hits: 18735

 

The long awaited return of Snu Voogelbreinder's underground magnum opus is finally at an end. After an initial release of only 500 copies, Snu has now made the book available in .pdf format. With literally thousands of species discussed and meticulously referenced, it is regarded by many to be one of the most comprehensive and up to date reference for psychoactive plants and animals in existence.

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Garden of Eden, by Snu Voogelbreinder explores the vast world of psychoactive plants, animals and other organisms, and their uses in shamanism, spiritual exploration and healing. Encompassing scientific research, personal experience, ancient knowledge and esoteric philosophies, a multidisciplinary approach is taken, giving a wide view of the effects of natural substances on the mind, with an emphasis towards beneficial outcomes. Preliminary information is given regarding neurochemistry, drug-free consciousness alteration, and methods of use, from cultivation or wild-sourcing through to harvesting, processing, consumption and navigation of the effects.

Thousands of species from over 1700 genera are discussed, with over 440 genera covered in greater detail, including botanical and zoological descriptions. Also included are a detailed index of natural chemicals of particular interest, and a huge bibliography containing thousands of reference entries. 

*Thank you Keeper Trout for bringing this to our attention!


 

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+11 # tat 2014-08-17 16:01
Great book, essentially the holy grail of ethno flora n' fauna. I've been waiting for this book for some time. Such a thick read, incredibly vast knowledge. It's certainly a must have for anyone serious in regards to entheogens.
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+12 # mew 2014-08-21 23:49
:lol: finally in PDF!!
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+6 # #Shadow 2014-08-23 21:53
Great stuff!
Sorry #mew, I meant to like, not dislike, your post.
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