from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as harmel.


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  • The vine Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as "the vine of the soul," contains a group of compounds called harmala alkaloids.

  • What about Harmine (obtained from the seeds of Peganum harmala, another all natural hallucinogen).

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  • The primary plant species include Hippophae rhamnoides, Myricaria elegans, Salix viminalis, Capparis spinosa, Tribulus terrestris, Pegamum harmala, Sophora alopecuroides, and Lycium ruthenicum.

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  • Pistacia lentiscus, Peganum harmala, Agave americana, Anonis natrix, rubus discolor and Ruta montana.

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  • Part l l l: Investigation of Perganum harmala Linn. seed oil.

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  • SCHIPPER, A. and YOLK, O.H. (1960) The alkaloids of Peganum harmala.

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  • Nicosia: Cyprus Agricultural Research Institute, 50 pp. CHATTERJEE, A. and GANGULY, M. (1968) Alkaloidal constituents of Peganum harmala and synthesis of the minor alkaloid deoxyvascinone.

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  • LILJEGREN, D.R. (1971) Biosynthesis of quinazoline alkaloids of Peganum harmala.

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  • SIDDIQUI, S. (1962b) Note on a re-investigation of the alkaloidal constituents of Peganum harmala.

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  • SIDDIQUI, S. and KEMAL, R. (1964) A re-investigation of the constituents of Peganum harmala.

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