10/12/2010 11:40:00 AM by Lauren Axelrod ·
What is the purpose of Peyote?Peyote presents a creed or path of inspiration to be followed. “The Peyote Road”, a transformation, form of respect, and trip for those seeking personal dignity and who respect nature and other people. These individuals are led by the "road men", often observing their transcendental state while they confront their own demons. These humble adversaries speak with nature-the air, sky, sunshine, rain, and trees-all God’s creations. In a sense, they have direct contact with God through nature, whereas white people speak to God, not directly, but usually through an intermediary, who then translate their message while they pray themselves.
Are there physiological and psychological effects of Peyote?
Therefore, psychologically, there’s no way of knowing the effects conclusively, because every person will be confronted with a different obstacle while using it. Physiologically, there can be vomiting, dizziness, blood pressure may be elevated, but this is completely normal. To the non-Native American medical community, this is a drug requiring control; however that’s in lieu of the fact non-Native Americans shouldn’t be taking it in the first place.
Kiyanni says is perfectly,
“This natural herb peyote is used by Native Americans with more sincerity. Indian people are more serious in their mind, in their heart, in the way they worship. Just let the Indians have it, let the Indians use it the way they want it, just natural. Our identity is there.”
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