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Ecstasy Its Nature And Function

by Anna Bonus Kingsford

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11920406M
    ISBN 101430402512
    ISBN 109781430402510

      The Ecstasy of St. Teresa of Avila, by Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, , in the Church of Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome, ItalyViews: K.   Ecstasy nudges you to think, very deeply, about one thing at a time. (It wasn't that harsh LSD feeling, where every thought seems like an absurd paradox -- Author: Matthew Klam.

    E for Ecstasy by Nicholas Saunders [ Chapter 14] [ Index] [ Appendix 2] Appendix 1: Reference Section This section is written from my notes made while researching the book. The opinions and information are those expressed by the named sources, with the result that some conflict. Inclusion does not imply that I have checked that they are correct or that I have the same opinion. The risk of death on Ecstasy is very low as described in the documentary "Ecstasy Rising": 'James Gill, a forensic scientist from New York City who had looked at coroner's office data for New York. Gill describes a period during which there w deaths where only 22 of the deceased were found to have ecstasy in their system and only "two.

    E for Ecstasy by Nicholas Saunders [ Reference Index] [ Index] [ References ] Appendix 1: Reference Section () This section is written from my notes made while researching the book. The opinions and information are those expressed by the named sources, with the result that some conflict. Inclusion does not imply that I have checked that they are correct or that I have the same opinion. The powerful hallucinogen LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) has potential as a treatment for alcoholism, according to a retrospective analysis of studies published in the late s and early s.


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The Nature of the MDMA Experience and Its Role in Healing, Psychotherapy, and Spiritual Practice Sophia Adamson and Ralph Metzner SophiaAdamsonisa con-_ his paper describes some observations from individual and group experiences with sciousness researcher working - I -MDMA (and other empathogenic substances_), relating to the application of these.

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The daily commerce of our lives proceeds at its own constant level, but a gift conveys an uncommodifiable surplus of inspiration. The way we treat a thing can change its nature, though. Religions often prohibit the sale of sacred objects, the implication being that their sanctity is. Walter Houston Clark ( - ) was a professor of psychology of religion at Andover Newton Theological explored religion, mystical experience and use of psychedelics.

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Combining Sex and Ecstasy Research suggests that ecstasy is inconsistent in its effects on sexual desire, as it can either inhibit the sexual response cycle or induce“prosexual” behaviordepending on the situation.

11 Ecstasy is often described as a bonding drug, sometimes leading to affectionate physical contact such as touching, hugging,or. According to one of the major works on the drug ecstasy, (MDMA), the book Ecstasy: The Clinical, Pharmacological, and Neurotoxicological Effects of the Drug MDMA, ecstasy is a drug that has mixed effects and generally classified as a dissociative hallucinogenic effects of the drug depend on the dose taken.

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Introduction. The results of a recent national community survey indicate that in there were more than 12 million people in the United States who had used ecstasy (MDMA) at least once (SAMHSA, ).Although the drug’s overall popularity had been declining since its peak in –, recent increases had been seen in rates of ecstasy use, and initiation of use, among adolescents Cited by: The Nature of the MDMA Experience and Its Role in Healing, Psychotherapy, and Spiritual Practice.

Sophia Adamson and Ralph Metzner. This article originally appeared in ReVision: The Journal of Consciousness and Change, Vol Number 4, Spring Generally, a drug can be a substance, other than those required for the maintenance of normal health, which by its chemical nature alters the structure or function of a living organism.

In this essay, drugs are more appropriate defined as psychoactive drugs such as ecstasy and cannabis, which lead to the influence of the central nervous system.

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Pharmacokinetics. MDMA is readily absorbed from the intestinal tract and reaches its peak concentration in the plasma about 2 hours after oral administration. 21, 22 Doses of 50 mg, 75 mg and mg to healthy human volunteers produced peak blood concentrations of ng/mL, ng/mL and ng/mL respectively.

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The Greek, metaphysical concept of the Logos is in sharp contrast to File Size: KB. The artificial purification of all milieus, atmospheres, and environments will supplant the failing internal immune systems. If these systems are breaking down it is because an irreversible tendency called progress pushes the human body and spirit into relinquishing its systems of defense and self-determination, only to replace them with technical artifacts.Ecstasy (MDMA)What Kind of Drug Is It?MDMA, best known as ecstasy, is a drug usually taken in pill form, often in social settings such as parties, clubs, or raves.

(A rave is a wild overnight dance party that typically involves huge crowds of people, loud techno music, and illegal drug use.) Byhowever, ecstasy use had spread beyond the party scene.