What Did Indians Smoke in Peace Pipes?

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Most modern researchers believe that the Indians smoked a variety of different tobaccos in their peace pipes. It was not uncommon for them to add some wild herbs to their tobacco for a relaxing effect, not too dissimilar to the way people use marijuana today. At times, these wild herbs would also serve as a hallucinogen when smoked. The herbs account for the visions they claimed to see while smoking.
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Indian's typically smoked tobacco in peace pipes. The Indians where huge fans of the tobacco plant and they where actually the first people to grow and harvest it.
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1. Dedicate a purpose to your ceremony. The seven rites that the peace pipe were invoked for were in the Sioux traditions were: gift of the peace pipe, birth, honoring the dead, purification
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