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Pharmako/Poeia: Plant Powers, Poisons, and Herbcraft by Dale Pendellvolume 1
Pharmako/Dynamis, Revised and Updated: Stimulating Plants, Potions, and Herbcraft by Dale Pendellvolume 2
Pharmako/Gnosis: Plant Teachers and the Poison Path by Dale Pendellvolume 3

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Recommendations

  1. Plants of the Gods: Their Sacred, Healing, and Hallucinogenic Powers by Richard Evans Schultes (1979)
  2. The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants: Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Ratsch (2002)
  3. Psychedelic Shamanism: The Cultivation, Preparation & Shamanic Use of Psychoactive Plants by Jim Dekorne (1994)
  4. Entheogens and the Future of Religion by Robert Forte (1997)
  5. Witchcraft Medicine: Healing Arts, Shamanic Practices, and Forbidden Plants by Claudia Müller-Ebeling (1998)
  6. Pharmacotheon: Entheogenic Drugs, Their Plant Sources and History by Jonathan Ott (1993)
  7. Food of the gods : the search for the original tree of knowledge : a radical history of plants, drugs, and human evolution by Terence McKenna (1992)
  8. The Invisible Landscape: Mind, Hallucinogens, and the I Ching by Terence McKenna (1975)
  9. True Hallucinations: Being an Account of the Author's Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil's Paradis by Terence McKenna (1989)
  10. Masks of Misrule: The Horned God & His Cult in Europe by Nigel Jackson (1996)
  11. PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story by Alexander Shulgin (1991)
  12. The Pillars of Tubal Cain by Nigel Jackson (2001)
  13. The Magical and Ritual Use of Herbs by Richard Alan Miller (1978)
  14. Secrets of the mind-altering plants of Mexico by Richard Heffern (1974)
  15. The Dictionary of Sacred and Magical Plants by Christian Ratsch (1988)

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