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    Strange Plants You Searched For Title strange plants Edit Your Search About this Item Golden Press Hardcover Condition GOOD Spine creases wear to binding and pages from reading May contain limited notes underlining or highlighting that does affect the text Possible ex library copy thatâ ll have the markings and stickers PSYCHOACTIVE PLANTS A BIBLIOGRAPHY James P Smith Jr Professor Emeritus of Botany Department of Biological Sciences Humboldt State University Arcata California

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    A nontechnical examination of the physiological effects and cultural significance of hallucinogenic plants used in ancient and modern societies synopsis may belong to another edition of this title Buy Used View Book List Price US$ US$ Book Description Golden Press New York NY USA Hardcover Condition As NewStewart terraBrie The Fungus Files An Educator s Guide to the Fungi K 6 Second Edition Friends of the Environment Foundation Alberta National Plant Council Nature Alberta Canada Ulloa Miguel Hanlin Richard Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology

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  • The Ancient Legacy of Sacred Use An extract from the CD ROM At least years ago visionary or entheogenic plants played an important role in religion and most likely helped in the social development and cultural structure of many Fly Agaric Mushrooms 24 37 Golden Press Hallucinogenic Plants Golden Press Schultes R E and A What is the Plant Goldenrod Good For After learning the many benefits of planting goldenrod and the simplicity of goldenrod care you may wish to include it near your garden Goldenrod plants provide nectar for migrating butterflies and bees encouraging them to remain in the area and pollinate your crops Planting goldenrod near the vegetable

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  • The role of these wild plants in the city is an especially am biguous one or plants which were intentionally brought here for cul tivation Trees of North America Golden Press New York DeWolf G P Jr Guide to Potentially Dangerous Plants Arnoldia 34 45 91Western Publishing also known as Western and Lithographing Company was a Racine Wisconsin firm responsible for publishing the Little Golden BooksIts Golden Books Family Entertainment division also produced children s books and family related entertainment products The company had editorial offices in New York City and Los Angeles California

  • SCIENCE Teacher s Guide plants flowers trees and shrubs could all be used Make a display for the classroom Section 3 Plant and Animal Classification 1 Gather all of the Golden Press Nature Guides that are available from students or the library Take hikes or gather specimens that can be identified using the guides you have yew name for evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Taxus somewhat similar to hemlock but bearing red berrylike fruits instead of true con Of somber appearance with dark green leaves the yew since antiquity has been associated with death and funeral rit Most parts of the yew plant are poisonous Golden Press New York

  • Hallucinogenic Plants Richard Evans Schult Golden Press Hallucinogenic plants 160 pag 0 Reviews Provides information on the native habitat appearance characteristics and past and present uses of numerous plants whose chemical composition causes sensory distortion and hallucinations Alibris has new used books by Golden Press including hardcovers softcovers rare out of print first editions signed copies and more

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