Are hallucinogens ever used in medicinal capacity?
no, what doctor would be stupid enough to do that.
Hallucinogens could be used by being smoked or possibly eaten.
Many hallucinogens do posses medicinal value. They can be traced back to ancient times, used in rituals to heal, and to help discover spirituality. Ayahuasca being one that can be used to help people who battle depression and thoughts of suicide. People with these issues have taken ayahuasca and come out with a completely different view on the world. They learn to appreciate the things that so many take for granted. It brings you back… Read More
are hallucinogens used to treat pain and induce anesthesia?
Some hallucinogens such as "magic mushrooms" or mescaline come from plants. Some plants have been used in shamanism to see visions. Other hallucinogens such as LSD, ecstasy and PCP are man-made.
Gettin messed up.
A medicinal is a drug or substance used for the purposes of medicine.
Legally, there is currently no acceptable medical use for hallucinogens. Hallucinogens though have a long history of being used by tribal shamans and curanderos around the world to cure people by taking them on trips to meet the reason of their sickness, and confront it. They offer a metaphysical healing for a physical disease. Science can't accept that yet though. Hallucinogens are still a mystery to humanity.
it is used to medicinal purpose and it is mainly used in cough syrups
Both the flowering tops and the leaves of the catnip plant are used for medicinal purposes. Catnip is harvested in the summer and fall, and dried for medicinal use.
The dried ripe fruit and seeds of the plant are used for medicinal purposes.
Only the seeds and oil of the sesame plant are used for medicinal purposes.
Medicinal alcohol is used because there is no solid substance in the liquid potencies. The alcohol will not affect you, but if you are worried about medicinal alcohol, you can put it in hot water so that the medicinal alcohol can dissolve. At this point you have no medicinal alcohol left in the product. Otherwise alternative to medicinal alchol is Pottasium Sorbate.
The leaves, flowers, and seeds of borage have medicinal properties.
Most of the herb's medicinal constituents are stored in the primary root and rhizome. The entire plant has both nutritive and medicinal uses.
medicinal |məˈdisənl|adjective(of a substance or plant) having healing properties : medicinal herbs |humorous a large medicinal Scotch.• relating to or involving medicines or drugs.nouna medicinal substance.DERIVATIVESmedicinally |mɛˈdɪsn=əli| |məˈdɪsnəli| adverbORIGIN late Middle English : from Latin medicinalis, from medicina(see medicine ).
The medicinal properties of anise come from the chemicals that are present in the fruits.
The root of the plant is the part valued for its medicinal properties.
The two species used most often for medicinal purposes are Alexandrian senna and Tinnevelly senna.
Sulfur in its elemental form is not useful for medicinal purpose.In history it was used for skin disease. but now it is not used.
Not necessarily, they can be ,but some medicinal herbs are not culinary, and some culinary are not medicinal. Culinary - means an herb used in cooking to enhance or flavour a dish. Medicinal - means an herb used to treat an illness, disease, injury or other medical condition. Some herbs have one use or the other, while many can be and are used for both applications.
The entire plant has numerous medicinal properties that act synergistically to good effect.
Yes, the Venus Flytrap can be used for medicinal purposes. it strengthens the immune system and has been used to treat and cure cancer.
One cactus that has medicinal value is the peyote cactus [Lophophora williamsii]. It has been used to treat asthma and rheumatism. Another is the night flowering queen of the night [Selenicereus grandiflorus]. Its blooms are used in medicinal preparations that improve blood circulation.
The plant's medicinal parts are its fresh leaves and flowers.
The medicinal properties of lavender are extracted primarily from the oil glands in the leaf and blossom.
Echoes are used in the medicinal field to obtain images of certain organs within the body by having ultrasound waves bounce off them.
Conifers are said to have medicinal uses especially by the herbal doctors. They are commonly used for aromatherapy treatments by the natural therapists.
The root, which is the medicinal part, is fleshy and is harvested in the fall and dried before use.
Buckfast was initially used as a 'tonic' wine, leading one to believe that it was once thought to have medicinal qualities to it. However, as you'll notice, as of at least 2011, the 'tonic' bit was clarified to mean that they made no claims as to any medicinal benefit on the label. In short, there is no evidence for or against the medicinal qualities of Buckfast.
The red-black berry is the most used part and the leaves and blue violet flowers also contain medicinal properties.
Humans most likely used various plants for medicinal effect long before there were ever countries. At the dawn of civilization there existed potent fungi (mushrooms), opium poppies, coca leaves, and many other medicinal plants. The inner portion of the bark of the willow tree is rich in salicylates (now compounded, pharmaceutically, as aspirin). And the list could go on and on.
leaves are used it is a medicinal plant
All parts of the plant--the seeds, leaves and vines--are used for medicinal purposes, but the actual fruit of the bitter melon is most commonly used.
The roots and rhizomes are used to make gentiana. Gentian roots are harvested in the autumn. They are used fresh in the production of liqueurs, but are dried for medicinal use. And more . . .
For medicinal industries.
Do you mean "medicinal," as in used for a medicine?
yes and can be used as food as well
talmakhana is a plant that can be used for medicinal perpouses
yes it helps
Gentiana lutea is used for medicinal purposes in the West. Gentiana macrophylla and Gentiana scabra are used for medicinal purposes in China. These species belong to the Gentianaceae family.
During the second stage of growth the herb is gathered for medicinal use.The plant is cut above the root and the stems are used dried or fresh.
Marijuana is said to exert a synergistic effect with other medicinal agents. When used with nitrous oxide it may enhance the effect.
Plants of medicinal value can be used to make drugs and medicines. For example, cough syrups can be made from the bark of the eastern white pine tree which can be found in coniferous forests. The Traditional Chinese Medicine includes many medicinal plants and herbs as medicines.
Assam is a land where one can find any where and every where the medicinal plants. In simple, it is the land of medicinal plant. These are used for verious types of fever, stomac dieses, heart dieses, bone fracture, brain improvement and many more.
An antidepressant is a medicinal drug used to treat depression.
Medicinal grade has to meet the higher USP and FCC standards. Lab grade glycerine would not be used in food or drugs.
The dried leaves and roots of the chicory plant are collected in autumn for medicinal purposes. When flowering, the whole plant is collected and dried.
an infusion (as of dried herbs) used as a beverage or for medicinal effects
No. Difluoroethane is a refrigerant and a propellant. It has no medicinal use.
Yarrow is used as a tea or a poultice.