The psychoactive flora of Papua New Guinea

Journal of Psychoactive Drugs
Benjamin Thomas

Abstract

This article reviews the literature and current information on the psychoactive flora of Papua New Guinea. The use of psychoactive plants in Papua New Guinea has often been reported in the literature. However, most of these species are still poorly understood. It is recommended in this article that more systematic and multidisciplinary research is required on the psychoactive flora of Papua New Guinea. This rsearch has the potential for the discovery and understanding of new psychoactive drugs.

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