With an important freedom of relgion case involving hallucinogenic tea pending in the Supreme Court, I'm surprised that my blog comes up second in a Google search for "hallucinogenic tea." But, good lord, look what comes in first!
At oral argument yesterday, the government argued that it had a compelling interest in banning the religious use of the drug out of concern that the drug, if permitted to the religious users, would make its way out to recreational users. But with that story coming up first in Google, the recreational use of the drug may seem none too enticing.
UPDATE: The hallucinogenic tea in the Supreme Court case is made from an Amazonian plant called hoasca. The unfortunate man who lopped off his penis drank tea made from Angel's Trumpet. In any case, hoasca causes intense vomiting, which is (according to the linked article) useful to Amazonian people who suffer from dangerous worms. And, no, I'm not trying to set up a penis joke. Make your own penis/dangerous worm joke.