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  • n. Alternative spelling of bufotenine.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A poisonous compound obtained from the secretion of the parotid glands of the toad. It acts upon the central nervous system, producing paralysis.


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  • When this breed of toad gets angry or scared, it secrets a venom containing bufotenin.

    Toad Away: New Highs in the War on Drugs

  • DMT [2] and bufotenin for which the toad is known; both of these chemicals belong to the family of hallucinogenic tryptamines. stories: News

  • One abnormal metabolite looming as a possibility is bufotenin, a "toad poison" " that is, one of a group of toxic substances found in the parotid glands of toads.

    The Human Brain


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