entheogen


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en·the·o·gen

 (ĕn-thē′ō-jən)
n.
A psychoactive substance, usually one derived from plants or fungi but also from the secretions of animals such as toads, that is ingested by a shaman or another participant in a ritual in order to produce visions or gain mystical insight.

[Greek entheos, possessed; see enthusiasm + -gen.]

en·the′o·gen′ic (-jĕn′ĭk) adj.
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Hinojosa shows that 5meO-DMT derived from the secretion of the Sonoran Desert Toad is the most profound, most healing entheogen available, even more so than Ayahuasca, LSD, DMT, Psilocybin etc.
The entheogen enthusiast, meanwhile, could retort that, as use of these molecules is subject to taboo and, in many cases, judicial repression and incarceration, the materialist is actually living and thinking inside a 'matrix' of experience whose boundaries are patrolled by the capitalist state.
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Rather, it is the quintessential entheogen, a plant said to provide access to the God within.
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The addition of other psychoactive substances, like the kundur incense mentioned in Shia Islamic hadith, which combines frankincense and the entheogen Peganum harmala (Flattery & Schwartz 1989), would obviously synergize and potentiate the effects with inhalation of MAO-Inhibiting b-carbolines.
1996; BD 1994; BF 1994; Anonymous 1993; Ott 1976; Pollock 1975), newspaper articles (Seattle Times 2006), toxicology reports (Beug 2007, 2006; Cochran 2000, 1999, 1985; Trestrail 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995) and various websites (Erowid 2009; Lycaeum 2010; Tolento 2008) and forums (Drugs Forum 2010; Entheogen Dot Com 2010; Mycotopia 2010; Shroomery 2010).