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“Hallucinogenic plants: their earliest botanical descriptions”. 
J Psychedelic Drugs. 1979 Jan-Jun 24;11(1-2):13-24.
The list of plants of hallucinogenic plus possible or suspected hallucinogenic use is fast growing. This extension of our knowledge is due to several factors: in part, to the interest of botanists in ethnopharmacology and in part to the attention of research scholars in phytochemistry and pharmacology. Furthermore, more intensive and critical study of data in the literature and in our herbaria has materially contributed.
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