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  aroid hallucinogen
From: "Julius Boos" <ju-bo at msn.com> on 2004.11.06 at 05:44:44(12353)
>From: Brian Williams
>Reply-To: Discussion of aroids
>To: Discussion of aroids
>Subject: [Aroid-l] aroid hallucinogen
>Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2004 21:18:49 -0500
>

Dear Friends,
Just a bit more info on these plants---Dr. Sue Thompson gave a most informative talk on this complex, she concluded that the N. American species is different to the species commonly grown/used in Europe/Asia, the N. American one was commonly used by Native Americans, and can be used medicinally, eaten, etc., but warned about trying to use the European/Asian one in the same ways. She noted that there was much confusion and mixing of information concerning these plants, so be careful!!!
Julius

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From: piaba <piabinha at yahoo.com> on 2004.11.07 at 19:29:45(12360)
not to mention that the Acoraceae are no longer
considered to be related to Araceae.

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From: "Abrimaal Svartvinter" <abrimaal at o2.pl> on 2004.11.09 at 20:24:43(12373)
Several species of Arisaema are hallucinogens

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not to mention that the Acoraceae are no longer
considered to be related to Araceae.

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From: Bonaventure W Magrys <magrysbo at shu.edu> on 2004.11.10 at 13:11:27(12377)
Yes, they make me think I see a lot of money in my bank account when I see
them offered in a catalog!

Bonaventure Magrys

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