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The authors opted to restrict themselves to ritual plants that are either indigenous, or have become established in Europe (e.g.
the Lime and the Rose), or which are exotic but have ritual uses in Europe (e.g. Myrrh, Incense and Rice). This book provides an academically well-founded survey of the knowledge of ritual plants over the centuries.
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Compendium of Symbolic and Ritual Plants in Europe volume 1: Herbs. Man & Culture Publishers. With regards to the philosophical outlook on plant life, in contrast with Buddhism, there is a clearer and prevailing view of plants being taken into moral consideration.
Granted, it must be stressed, prior to further explanation, that Hinduism itself has at least six different offshoots that have distinct differences between one another, and. Non-psychoactive consumption like symbolic ingestion of psychoactive substances is not mentioned here.
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London: The Herbert Press; De Gubernatis A. La Mythologie des Plantes. Paris: C. Reinwald; Marzell H. Geschichte und Volkskunde der deutschen Heilpflanzen Cited by: This study surveys the history, origin, and ethnobotanical evidence of why Myrtus communis L., Ocimum basilicum L., Rosmarinus officinalis L., and Salvia fruticosa Mill.
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Plants were used to mark rites of passage both in human and in the annual cycle, as well as to decorate and to symbolize [].Plants, especially flowers, have been used at funerals in many cultures [–70; –; : 3–5].Folkard [] wrote, "All nations at different periods seem to have delighted to deck the graves of their departed relatives with Cited by: Plant spirit shamanism brings us back to our ancient roots of being aware of the unity of all of life and of treating plants with love and respect.
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