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For example, there are accounts suggesting that peyote boosts milk production, an idea supported by preliminary research from the 1970s.

American psychedelics included peyote cactus, San Pedro cactus, morning-glory, Datura, Salvia, Anadenanthera, Ayahuasca, and over 20 species of psychoactive mushrooms.

For these individuals, the use of peyote was an essential element of the religious rituals of their Native American Church.

Shamans consume consciousness-altering chemicals such as peyote.

Their most sacred objects of religious veneration are the 'dalbehya, the Tame, the Gadmbitsohi, and the sei or peyote.

In the United States they are called mescal buttons, and in Mexico peyote.

Peyote, the dried fruit of a small cactus, the use of which was only known in the old days to a few of the Medicine Men.

He says he leads you into safety; I say he leads you into the worst danger any living man can imagine—even in peyote dreams!


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to peyote, such as: blotter, candy, cubes, dot, hallucinogen, and microdots.

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