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Ethnobotanicals, or Ethnobotany, is the culture of studying plants and their relationships that exist with human beings. Ethnobotany includes documenting and describing in detail complex relationships between cultures and their use of plants and the many beliefs associated with them. Food, clothing, currency, ritual, medicine, dye, construction, cosmetics are all included in the study of Ethnobotany. Many of the ethnobotanicals provided are poisonous. A lot of the enthobotanicals sold have a past of medicinal beliefs associated with them but should still be researched thoroughly and approved by the individuals health care provider before use. These ethnobotnaicals have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA and they are not sold for human consumption. The views, opinions, statements and links associated with this websites parent affiliate does not necessarily represent the views, opinions, beliefs or life-styles of the owners of this website.
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Below are some of our most popular botanical specimens discussed and sold.
This is not our entire selection however. We have a little over 300 botanical specimens
in our entire stock and a total of 354 organic items.
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NEW We are now distributing live Mullein plants. (Verbascum Thapsus). Our live Mullein plants are 3-5 inch tall young babies just waiting for your love.
Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus)
NEW Skullcap is an herb that has been used for many different things throughout time. The Cherokee used the herb for things such as menstruation, to alleviate chest soreness and stimulate placenta eviction from the body. More info and a link to purchase Live Skullcap plants can be found on Botanical Guides.com's Skullcap page.
Maconha Brava (Zornia Latolia)
This herb ( nor any items on botanicalguides.com ) is not to be confused with "spice", "k2" or any other designer, research, chemical or synthetic drugs. The name Maconha Brava means "False Marijuana". Indigenous peoples of Brazil will smoke Moaconha Brava and use it as an hallucinogen and a substitute for cannabis (Plants of the Gods, Schultes and Hofmann, 1992). This herb is is similar to baybean in that it is an uncommon or rare psychoactive herb.
San Pedro (Trichocereus Pachanoi)
San Pedro is native to Andes regions. San Pedro has been used by several cultures for religious purposes. In Peru , San Pedro was used for over 3,000 years. The earliest documented depiction of this remarkable cactus showed a mythological being holding the mighty San Pedro. Another popular Cactus species very similar to San Pedro is the Argentine Saguaro (Trichocereus Terscheckii)
Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric)
Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas), the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Although it is considered poisonous, deaths from its consumption are extremely rare, and it is eaten as a food in parts of Europe, Asia, and North America after parboiling.
Kratom ( Mitragyna Speciosa )
Kratom has recently become popular in the United States and other western countries. This popular botanical is native to regions such as Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. Its believed to contain powerful antioxidants and pain relieving alkaloids alkaloids similar to those found in Yohimbe that react with opioid receptors found in the human mind. Kratom is quickly being outlawed in certain countries and may soon be banned in the United States.