inebriant


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The use of Cannabis as a recreational inebriant in sophisticated, largely urban settings began substantially in the latter half of the 20th century.
Narcotic Plants: Hallucinogens, Stimulants, Inebriants, and Hypnotics, Their Origins and Uses.
There's now a lot more compassionate care for those who are chronic inebriants. It's more dignified, and hopefully it will encourage them to break that cycle."
tea, coffee, cocoa, and cola) and inebriants or intoxicants in many cultures since ancient times, and this trend continues till today.
When evaluating how society treats inebriants, science and reason should be the standards by which we create policy, not ancient religious texts.
As inebriants, these crude beverages were coveted as divine gifts.