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Harmine

7-methoxy-1-methyl-b-carboline, C13H12N2O (mol. wt. 212.25)

Harmine_2D_Structure

Tihkal #14; primary active agent in B. caapi

CAS442-51-3

Dosage:

  • Oral

    Psychoactive above 8 mg/kg


Taxa Containing Harmine:

0.45%Dried stems. Average figure over 25 samples compiled by Ott in Ayahuasca Analogues. The figure represents total alkaloids, of which harmine is the major alkaloids, followed by tetrahydroharmine and then harmaline.

Preparations:

  • Ayahuasca
    "Ayahuasca" refers to a diverse complex of South American entheogenic brews, but classically comprises a source of DMT made orally active by the addition of a plant containing harmala alkaloids for monoamine oxidase inhibition.

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Created 1/16/2000 22:56:33
Modified 8/12/2000 3:21:13
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