4 Plants of wisdom

The deep intelligence possessed by plants has been explored by many people of
note over the past centuries, including Goethe, Luther Burbank, Masanobu Fukuoka, etc.
It turns out that Plants are really highly conscious and intelligent.A study published in 2014 determined that plants can make memories and display their memory recall though learned response. Psychoactive plants have been used ritually medicinally and therapeutically for thousands of years. These plants contain chemicals that evolved as allelochemicals but target certain neuronal receptors when consumed by humans, altering perception and emotion.

Did you ever know that Plants produce chemicals for defense ?

Did you ever know that Plants produce chemicals for defense ? These chemicals often serve to deter herbivores, protect against pathogens or to reduce the effects of radiation, etc. For example many plants releases hydrogen cyanide to ward off insects and fungi. This is what makes bitter almonds, apricots, and apple pips toxic when crushed. Impressively numerous of these chemicals react with humans in specific ways, like organ failure and death to lifesaving reactions.

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4 Psychoactive Plants

1.Salvia Divinorum

Salvia divinorum is a plant species with transient psychoactive properties when its leaves are consumed by chewing, smoking, or as a tea. The leaves contain opioid-like compounds that induce hallucinations.

Traditional Salvia Ceremony in Oaxaca


Cannabis also know as Marihuana is the most consumed psychoactive plant in the world. This wonderful Plant backs up spiritual awakening and can take you on places that you’ve never been! Cannabis affects everyone differently, it depends on what vibration you have, where you are, how you are feeling, but it could definitely be a spiritual journey however you feel.

 Cannabis as a Spiritual Ally

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3.Morning Glory

The seeds of many species of morning glory contain a naturally occurring tryptamine, lysergic acid amide (LSA), which is chemically similar to LSD and has similar effects. Seeds are used for their strong psychedelic or hallucinogenic mental effects.

A Psychodelic that grows everywhere


Peyote cactus known botanically as Lophophora Williamsii is the most famous of the hallucinogenic cacti. It grows wild from Central Mexico to Northern Texas.

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