Magic Mushrooms Around the World – A Scientific Journey Across Cultures and Time

Magic Mushrooms around the worldMagic Mushrooms Around the World – A Scientific Journey Across Cultures and Time by Jochen Gartz presents new unifying theories based upon years of research into the ethnobotanical aspects of magic mushrooms. Jochen Gartz documents how it was not only early American cultures who used a range of mushrooms but also European cultures have a forgotten past with a number of psychoactive fungi. The book contains some rare descriptions of the use of psychotropic mushrooms. For instance, the story of two teenagers from London who on October 3, 1799, by mistake ate a meal prepared on, most likely, Psilocybe semilanceata picked from St. James’s Green Park resulting in visions of death, delirium and laughter. Magic Mushrooms Around the World is a scientific journey with lots of notes and precise references but it is still highly readable for casual readers.

Magic Mushrooms Around the World
New unifying theories based upon years of research into the ethnobotanical aspects of magic mushrooms. Jochen Gartz documents how it was not only early american cultures who used a range of mushrooms but also European cultures
Written by: Jochen Gartz
Published by: Lis Publications
ISBN: 0965339904
Available in: Ebook

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1 thought on “Magic Mushrooms Around the World – A Scientific Journey Across Cultures and Time”

  1. Thank you for sharing and spreading awareness!
    Mushrooms are really indeed a magical fungus.
    As studies progress, it unfolds a lot of possible uses and applications in science and medicine. I hope this could be the future treatment of a lot of diseases. It has endless capabilities!

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