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  • noun A perennial South American tree, Anadenanthera peregrina, that has a number of traditional uses

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Examples

  • Schultes asked, thinking that yá-kee might just be another name for yopo.

    One River

  • Schultes asked, thinking that yá-kee might just be another name for yopo.

    One River

  • Issues that swam to the surface as I was being dashed about on that yopo ocean.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • Were they intrinsic to the plants from which ayahuasca and yopo were derived, an example of an abiding botanical intelligence amplified and made comprehensible by an interfacing of vegetative alkaloids with human neurons?

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • He ran his tongue over his palate, tasting the bitter film left by parrot goulash and yopo vomit.

    Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates

  • Were they intrinsic to the plants from which ayahuasca and yopo were derived, an example of an abiding botanical intelligence amplified and made comprehensible by an interfacing of vegetative alkaloids with human neurons?

    Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates

  • He ran his tongue over his palate, tasting the bitter film left by parrot goulash and yopo vomit.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • Issues that swam to the surface as I was being dashed about on that yopo ocean.

    Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates

  • The botanical identity of yopo, Anadenanthera peregrina, had been determined by Richard Spruce in June 1854.

    One River

  • On this one expedition to and beyond the source of the Río Negro, Spruce described the making of coca powder, identified the botanical source of yagé, and collected for the first time the seeds of yopo, a powerful hallucinogenic snuff deived from the tree Anadenanthera peregrina.

    One River

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