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The hallucinogenic

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The hallucinogenic

  1. 1. The hallucinogenic By Pedro Ortiz Guerrero
  2. 2. What are Hallucinogenic Plantas and Hongos? <ul><li>They are those that produce hallucinations (as it says the name to you) some examples are: the Muscaria Amanita the Peyote </li></ul><ul><li>the Ayahuasca </li></ul><ul><li>the Datura Brugmancia </li></ul><ul><li>Cause </li></ul>
  3. 3. Amanita muscaria <ul><li>Muscaria amanita (synonymous of Agaricus muscaricus) is a very common micorrizógeno fungus, also denominated matamoscas. Epíteto muscaria, comes from Latin musca, fly, that makes reference to the interaction that takes place between this fungus and the insects, paralyzes temporarily to the insects that make contact with enemy with the mushroom . </li></ul>
  4. 4. The Peyote <ul><li>The use of hallucinogenic plants has been frequent in many cultures anywhere in the world, like vehicles towards one better and greater perception of the surroundings and the individual in himself. Peyote, plants endemic of the north of Mexico and the south of the United States has been used during thousands of years by several indigenous groups in espiritualidad rituals and as it plants medicinal. </li></ul>
  5. 5. The Ayahuasca <ul><li>The colorful rattans of Banisteriopsis caapi or Banisteriopsis inebrians are original of America. They grow in the valley of the Amazon, to the east of Ecuador and in some zones of Peru, Colombia and Venezuela. With the crust of these rattans and the leaves of other own plants of the region, like chacruna, an important ceremonial drink is prepared that it receives the name of ayahuasca. During years it has been consumed with ritual aims in indigenous towns of Brazil, periuanos Ecuador and the $andes </li></ul>
  6. 6. The Datura Brugmancia <ul><li>They are great shrubs or small trees that reach heights of 3 to 11 meters. The leaves are alternated generally long of 10 to 30 cm and are ample in a rank of 4 to 18 cm with dentated edges and covers with fine vellosidades. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Cause <ul><li>he hallucinogenic effects of the plants and fungi (and of all the drugs, legal as as much illegal) depend on the interrelation of the following factors: </li></ul><ul><li>Your personal characteristics: personality, weight, age, state of health and spirit, as well as your experience passed like consumer of the drug at issue </li></ul>
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