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  • Cohoba - Wikipedia

    Cohoba is an old Taíno Indian transliteration for a ceremony in which the ground seeds of the cojóbana tree were inhaled in a twin-nasal, Y-shaped pipe (also called Cohoba), producing a psychedelic effect

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  • Plants Profile for Hydrastis canadensis (goldenseal)

    KS-Herbs-Goldenseal (KSU Extension) (HYCA) MO-MBG Plant Finder (HYCA) NC-Poisonous Plants of North Carolina (HYCA) NPS-Green Medicine (HYCA) National Center for the Preservation of Medicinal Herbs (HYCA) UK-Purple Sage Medicinal Herbs and Other Uses (HYCA) USDA FS Eastern Region-Species Conservation Assessments (HYCA)

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  • Golden Press Books New, Rare & Used Books - Alibris

    Alibris has new & used books by Golden Press, including hardcovers, softcovers, rare, out-of-print first editions, signed copies, and more

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  • Iboga Uses, Benefits & Dosage - Drugs Herbal Database

    T iboga is a small, evergreen, bushy shrub that is indigenous to Gabon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), and the Republic of Congo, and is cultivated throughout west Africa1 A native of the undergrowth of tropical forests, the plant grows ideally in composted, well-drained soil in a protected, partly shady position1 It bears dark .

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  • allucinogenic plants golden guide - durbanlizardscoza

    Hallucinogenic Plants: A Golden Guide (pdf) anthropogen Jun 15, 2010 , A pdf of the Golden Guide to Hallucinogenic plants, by renowned ethnobotanist Richard Evans Schult

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  • References: Books & Websites | Native Plants PNW

    References: Books & Websit , Brockman, C Frank, Trees of North America, Golden Press, 1986 Gunther, Erna, Ethnobotany of Western Washington , Arthur R, conveners, Woody Northwestern Native Plants for Urban Landscapes: Ornament and Restoration in the Native Idiom, Seminar in Horticultural Taxonomy and Landscape Plant Selection .

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  • Literature Review - Lights! Colors! Plants! Grow!

    Plants are a very important part of life Without plants there would be no life Plants are the basis of all food chains on earth With the decrease of fertile lands available to produce crops and the development of forests and such into communities, having optimal conditions for plant growth becomes critical

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  • Western Publishing | Little Golden Books Wiki | FANDOM ,

    Western Publishing, also known as "Western Printing and Lithographing Co" was a publishing firm based in Racine, Wisconsin, that was responsible for Golden Books , in Racine, Wisconsin, with editorial offices in both New York City and Los Angeles, California, and another printing plant in Poughkeepsie, New York , Beginning as the .

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  • The Ancient Legacy of Sacred Use - Serendipity

    The Ancient Legacy of Sacred Use: An extract from the CD-ROM , At least 3500 years ago, visionary or entheogenic plants played an important role in religion and most likely helped in the social development and cultural structure of many , Fly Agaric Mushrooms:24-37 Golden Press Hallucinogenic Plants Golden Press Schultes, R E and A .

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  • Golden Plains Garden Center & Greenhouse | Colby, Kansas

    Golden Plains Garden Center and Greenhouse is located in Colby, Kansas Come and visit us all year around for gorgeous flowers, unique gifts, & seasonal treats!

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  • 10 Wild Edibles of Missouri: Bibliography

    Fernald, Merritt Lyndon and Alfred Charles Kinsey, revised by Reed C Rollins Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America Harper and Row, 1958

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  • Planting Goldenrod In The Garden - What Is The Plant ,

    What is the Plant Goldenrod Good For? After learning the many benefits of planting goldenrod and the simplicity of goldenrod care, you may wish to include it near your garden Goldenrod plants provide nectar for migrating butterflies and bees, encouraging them to remain in the area and pollinate your crops Planting goldenrod near the vegetable .

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  • Sequoiadendron giganteum - US Forest Service

    DISCUSSION AND QUALIFICATION OF PLANT RESPONSE : A fall prescribed fire in the Tharp Creek Watershed of Sequoia National Park resulted in no giant sequoia mortality on a white fir-mixed conifer site monitored for 5 years after fire The fire burned from 23 to 26 October 1990

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  • Golden Guide - Wikipedia

    Golden Guide The Golden Guides , originally Golden Nature Guides , were a series of 160-page, pocket-sized books created by Western Publishing and published under their "Golden Press" line (primarily a children's book imprint) from 1949

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  • Books - North Carolina Native Plant Society

    Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by James H Miller and Karl V Miller University of Georgia Press, 2005 , Golden Press, Western Publishing Co ISBN 0-307-24353-2 Weeds of the South edited by Charles T Bryson and Michael S DeFelice ISBN 978-0-8203-3046-4

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  • Economic Botany: Literature Useful To The Study Of Florida ,

    NOTE: This listing is not being maintained The contents are being migrated to the Herbarium Library catalog Economic Botany (Edible, Herbal, Medicinal and Useful Plants; Ethnobotany)

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  • The Golden book of gardening (Book, 1983) [WorldCatorg]

    Note: Citations are based on reference standards However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied

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  • Hallucinogenic Plants - Google Books

    Hallucinogenic Plants Richard Evans Schult Golden Press, 1976 - Hallucinogenic plants - 160 pag 0 Reviews Provides information on the native habitat, appearance, characteristics, and past and present uses of numerous plants whose chemical composition causes sensory distortion and hallucinations .

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  • Goldthread: an excerpt from Planting the Future

    Goldthread is aptly named -- this dainty little evergreen plant of the buttercup family has bright gold threadlike roots Goldthread has traditionally been used for mouth sores and thrush, which explains its other common names -- canker root or mouth root

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  • Recommended Books on Fungi - North American Mycological ,

    Stewart, terraBrie, The Fungus Files, An Educator s Guide to the Fungi, K-6 (Second Edition), Friends of the Environment Foundation, Alberta National Plant Council, Nature Alberta, Canada, 2013 Ulloa, Miguel, Hanlin, Richard, Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology

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  • Yew | Encyclopedia

    yew, name for evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Taxus, somewhat similar to hemlock but bearing red berrylike fruits instead of true con Of somber appearance, with dark green leaves, the yew since antiquity has been associated with death and funeral rit , Most parts of the yew plant are poisonous , Golden Press, New York: 1968 .

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