Maya Drug Enema Study Receives Ig Nobel History Prize

Mesoamerican tribes have had a long history of administering liquids through the lower digestive tract in a procedure known today as an enema. Maya drug enemas included psychoactive substances, entheogens (substances with hallucinogenic properties), and alcohol. The Maya drug enema absorption process indicates that these ancient people knew all about the lower digestive tract. As depicted in Maya pottery, the “ritual ecstasy” of drug enemas was widely practiced.카지노사이트

And now a 1986 study on this subject has been awarded 2022’s prestigious Ig Nobel history prize, which was created to “honor achievements that first make people laugh, and then make them think.”바카라사이트

The 1986 Maya Drug Enema Study and Classic Maya Pottery
Maya drug enemas were the subject of a landmark 1986 study entitled A multidisciplinary approach to the scenes of ritual enemas in ancient Mayan ceramics , available on Science Direct . The first of these polychrome pottery jars , dated to the late Classic Maya period (600-900 AD), was discovered in 1977. This period of Maya pottery is associated with depictions of palace scenes, ball games, hunting parties, dances associated with human sacrifice, and drug enemas.온라인카지노

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