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Ayahuasca Analogues and Plant-based Tryptamines is really great. Many questions I have had are being answered. Its such a little treasure. I have grown production botanicals a little myself, and not only is the shared research forum a total blessing and incredible time saver, but is relevant to chemical, biochemical, and botanical experiments I have run also.
Ayahuasca Analogues and Plant-based Tryptamines combines every entry from past issues of ER related to ayahuasca, ayahuasca analogues, and plant-based tryptamines. New editorial remarks provide fresh commentary and bring the text up-to-date. Chapters include: Ayahuasca and Its Analogues; Mushroom Ayahuasca; Phenethylamines and MAOI; Miscellaneous and MAOI; The Passiflora Genus; The Phalaris Genus; Arundo donax; Desmanthus illinoensis; Mucuna pruriens; Phragmites australis; Psychotria viridis; Mimosa tenuiflora (= M. hostilis); The Acacia Genus, DMT & 5-MeO-DMT; Pipes & Vaporizers; Book Reviews; Degree of Intensity Scale; a complete Bibliography, and a Botanical Index (238 pages).