Social Uses

  • Gerald E. Wickens


Social uses refer to those plants used by people that are not essential for survival but are considered socially desirable, or are of ritual or spiritual significance. In some cases they may even be detrimental to health, yet provide a sense of well-being, e.g. alcoholic beverages and tobacco.


Tropane Alkaloid Prunus Dulcis Apium Graveolens Hallucinogenic Drug Hallucinogenic Property 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2001

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  • Gerald E. Wickens

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