Psychology: Consciousness - Psychoactive Drug Brochure Drugs that affect states of consciousness are called psychoactive drugs. This psychoactive drug brochure project gives students an opportunity to research psychoactive drugs and their effects on the brain. Included is a research guide and rubric for a brochure that will focus on one of the three psychoactive drugs, depressants, stimulants and hallucinogens. You assign the category, or students sign up(a sign up sheet is included).
This psychoactive drugs trip isn't working Recreational drug use has been with us forever, and so have the challenges that this use brings to medicine and society. But the nature of the modern drug scene has changed to such an extent that the health systems of the developed world face catastrophe if we fail to respond.
Frankincense ~ A recent study by Johns Hopkins University found that Frankincense smoke contains a chemical compound known as incensole acetate which is said to be a psychoactive drug that may be used to relieve depression and anxiety. Note: Incensole acetate isn't found in distilled Frankincense Essential OIl, but it does exist in the CO2 of Boswellia carterii and Bowellia serrata. #Aromatherpy
End the Ban on Psychoactive Drug Research: The war on drugs prevents scientists from doing research on drugs like marijuana, LSD and MDMA – drugs with a long history of medical and therapeutic uses. The editors at America's leading science magazine, Scientific American magazine, say that ending the drug war could lead to some incredible developments in medicine.
Scientists and Silicon Valley want to prove psychoactive drugs are healthy
How to make a Besom Broom @confessionsofcraftywitches The besom is the traditional witch's broom. It's associated with all kinds of legend and folklore, including the popular notion that witches fly around in the night on a broomstick. http://www.briar-rose.org/Besom.asp <- Video Tutorial more details Remember before you use a Besom in magickal ceremonies or rituals you need to consecrate it first