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Books - The History and Natural History of Ephedra as SOMA
Written by S. Mahdihassan   

 

Fig. 1
Buddha is accepting ephedra plant as the herb of immortality, an offering by a herbalist. Buddha, as immortal, is crowned with a wolar halo, the herbalist, with a tuft of herb. A bundle of seven ephedra plants is vertically placed on the ground (these can be easily counted in the original) and the plant with thin long stalks is held by Buddha (Gandhara sculpture, dated 300 A.D.). From Marshall (1960), but here differently interpreted.
 

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