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Ayahuasca analogues : Pangæan entheogens

Review Erowid at GreatNonprofits. Needs quick account creation but doesn't verify contact info. Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants. Park Street Press. Today, nontraditional combinations of plants with these ingredients are known as ayahuasca analogs or anahuasca. Combinations composed of isolated or synthesized constituents are referred to as pharmahuasca. The term ayahausca analog appears to have been coined by Dennis McKenna.

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Ayahuasca Analogs

Analogues are plants or chemicals used in place of the traditional constituents of the ayahuasca brew. Two of the most common are Peganum harmala and Mimosa hostilis , as replacements for the B. Experienced ayahuasca drinkers who have also had the opportunity to drink ayahuasca admixture brews, such as tea made from Syrian rue and Mimosa, generally conclude that the effects are substantially different. Most feel a strong connection to the ayahuasca vine, and understand this to be a fundamental, if not completely essential aspect of the ayahuasca experience and its healing properties. Many have experienced profound healing and accessed visionary states not entirely unlike those produced by traditional ayahuasca brews, and most agree that modern analogue plants are extremely powerful and deserving of respect.

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What are Ayahuasca analogues?

People often ask me about ayahuasca analogues, suggesting that they could serve as solutions to awkward cultural appropriation and unsustainable Banisteropisis caapi harvesting in the Amazon. They could also make the ayahuasca experience more easily commodifiable, easier to serve over the counter. Easier to distribute the medicine, easier to democratize. The mature ayahuasca practitioner is a master of synesthesia, deftly guiding the drinker through visionary landscapes, laden with monsters and muses of the dark and misty realms of the unexplored mind. You can go yourself and risk getting lost - or have a guide.

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Some of these plants are included in complex formulas and are sources of dimethyl tryptamine, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, and other psychedelic substances. It is suggested that through trial and error the same kinds of formulas that are used to make ayahuasca in South America were developed in antiquity in Central Asia and that the knowledge of the psychoactive properties of certain plants spreads through migrants from Central Asia to Persia and India. However, in this article, all the topics dealt with in that publication, such as the possible ingredients of the potion used in Greek mystery rites, an extensive discussion of cannabis, or criteria that we might use to demarcate non-ordinary states of consciousness, have not been elaborated. Over a century ago, it was noticed by scholars of Asian religions, such as Macdonell [] , pp. Many names of people and deities in the myths associated with soma in the Vedic tradition are very similar or almost identical with characters associated with haoma in the Avesta. In addition, central to both traditional Vedic religion and Zoroastrianism is the sacrifice of animals during important rituals. The language of the oldest parts of the Avesta is written in an archaic language known as old Avestan, which is very close in many respects to the Vedic Sanskrit used in the compilation of the earliest portions of the Veda s.

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