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May 8, 2019 – The research team was hunting for ancient artifacts in Bolivia when they came upon a burial site with a number of items, including a bag made from three fox snouts, tablets for grinding plants into powder for sniffing and a crude tube used as a pipe for smoking. “We already knew that psychotropics were important in the spiritual and religious activities of the societies of the south-central Andes, but we did not know that these people were using so many different compounds and possibly combining them together,” Jose Capriles, assistant professor of anthropology at Penn State, said in a statement.

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