2022
DOI: 10.1590/s2175-97902022e21110
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Behavioral characterization of ayahuasca treatment on Wistar rats in the open field test

Abstract: Ayahuasca (AYA) is a pre-Colombian entheogenic tea originally used in shamanic rituals by the Amazon Amerindian population for combined spiritual and medical purposes (McKenna, 2004). In recent decades, it has also been used in neo-shamanic rituals by the urban population in South America and western countries (Labate, Feeney, 2012). Robust evidence from heterogeneous studies indicates that AYA use may enhance psychological well-being and prevent-or even treat-mood, anxiety, and substance-use disorders (Carbon… Show more

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