Recent Examples of peyote from the Web
Millions of baby boomers were coming of age and starting to experiment on their own with LSD, magic mushrooms, peyote, and other hallucinogens.
The languid moodiness of True Detective’s first season, mired in the mystic culture and history of rural Louisiana, looked more like lumpy, peyote-swigging fan fiction when the show was rebooted in exurban California a year later.
My first writings on the subject told the story of two lone peyote worshipers whose faith was outlawed entirely by the state of Oregon.
Then on Sept. 19 guests can attend a program examining the controversial use of peyote as a part of American Indian religious ceremonies during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Children were given peyote and encouraged to add to the wall painting as part of ceremonies, Salvador said.
This peyote trip was watchable instead of just weird because of the stakes involved.
Other drugs in this category include heroin, peyote, and the club drug ecstasy.
He had been fascinated by psychedelic drugs since reading about them as a student at Brooklyn College and had experimented with mescaline and peyote.
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Origin and Etymology of peyote
First Known Use: 1849See Words from the same year
medical Definition of peyote
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