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    DMT Plants List ( Chapilonga alkaloids)

    I think this can help you about the alkaloids composition in the Chapilonga , because many sources say DMT is the only alkaloid in Chapilonga but isn t correct.


    Banisteriopsis rusbyana or "Diplopterys cabrerana" (Malpighiaceae):

    leaves from one specimen in a ayahuasca admixture in Peru has been shown to contain from 0.17%-1.74% DMT (from 4 seperate studies)1 Contains a wealth of tryptamines with DMT as major alkaloid and NMT, 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenine. In "TIHKAL" this species contains 1.3% DMT. Jonathan Ott "Ayahuasca Analouges" 1994 p.38
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    A list from other species

    Acacia complanata, confusa, nilotica, simplicifolia, tortilis, nerifolia, Phlebophylla (Leguminosae)
    Contains tryptamines. More reaserch needs to to be done in the Acacia species.


    Acacia longifolia
    Fast growing scrub with large willow like foliage and deep golden flower sprays. Found to contain 0.2% tryptamine alkaloid in bark region and leaves (2mg DMT per gram dried material) Tryptamines may possibly be a constitute of the flowers.* (Gnostic Garden catalog)

    Acacia maidenii
    Is reported ro contain 0.6% alkaloids of which 1/3 is N-methyl-tryptamin, and 2/3 is DMT. "Alkaloids of the Australian Leguminosae-The occurence of Methylated tryptamines in Acacia maidenii*"Australian journal of chemistry, 1965, 18 433-434.

    In J.Ott´s "Ayahuasca Analouges"*Acacia Maidenii***is reported to contains 0.36% DMT in bark, Acacia phlebophylla contains 0.3% DMT in leaves, Acacia Simplicifolia has an high 0.81& DMT in stems, bark regions and Acacia nubica(leavea), Acaica confusa(stems) ,Acacia polyacantha(leaves) Acacia senegal(leaves). The above listed all has an trace amount of tryptamines (less than 0.02%).

    Acaica simplex( formerly A.simplicifolia)
    In this Acacia tryptamine has been found in a concentration of 3.6%, of which 40% is NMT. 25%DMT in the stem-bark.

    Acacia phlebophylla*** 0.3% DMT (leaf)

    Arundo donax "giant river reed" (Gramineae)
    Contains up to 3% DMT. The flowers and roots contains DMT. The roots not only contains DMT and 5-MeO-NMT but also bufotenine. The flowers are free from bufotenine2. In J.Ott´s "Ayahuasca Analouges" Arundo donax only has a trace amount of DMT in leaves, roots and flowers. Christian Rätsch "The Dictionary of Sacred and Magical Plants" 1992 p.152 2Alexander Shulgin "TIHKAL" 1997 p.261.

    Banisteriopsis rusbyana or "Diplopterys cabrerana" (Malpighiaceae)
    leaves from one specimen in a ayahuasca admixture in Peru has been shown to contain from 0.17%-1.74% DMT (from 4 seperate studies)1 Contains a wealth of tryptamines with DMT as major alkaloid and NMT, 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenine. In "TIHKAL" this species contains 1.3% DMT. Jonathan Ott "Ayahuasca Analouges" 1994 p.38

    Banisteriopsis muricata (malpighiaceae)
    May contain DMT in stems!. DMT has also been found in Banisteriopsis argenta.

    Delosperma cooperi (Aizoceae)
    A sprawling free branching subsroub succulent with bright green glacous leaves and silken purple or pink flowers. Analyses has indicated that many Delosperma sp. contains quite substantial amounts of DMT and N-methyltryptamine in the leaves and branches "River & Pilet 1971". This particular species often seeming quite rich (according to Gnostic Gardens catalog)

    Delosperma lyndenbergense
    Has also been tested positive for DMT.

    Desmanthus illinoensis
    Contains up to 2% DMT per gram in roots. Alexander Shulgin "TIKHAL"
    In Jonathan Ott´s Ayahuasca analogues, the findings differs:
    DMT (root) 0.200% (dry material)
    DMT (root bark) 0.340% (dry material)

    Desmanthus leptolobus
    Is said to contain higher amounts of DMT, than D.illinoensis. In both species, the bark from the roots must be stripped immediatly after harvest. When dry the bark is difficult to strip.
    J. Dekorne "Psychedelic shamanism" 1994.

    Desmodium gangeticum,gyrans,pulchellum,tilaefolium,triflorum (Fabaceae)
    Some contains b-carbolines (MAO-inhibitors) others tryptamines. Desmodium gyrans (telegraph plant) Considered to be an ayahuasca, Yopo analoge, the plant is an extremely sensetive one with purple flowers.(Legendary Etnobotanical resources catalog). Leaves, root, stem and seeds contain DMT and 0.06% 5-MeO-DMT of wet weight Simple indole bases of Desmodium gangeticum. Aust. J Chem. 22, 275-277 Banerjee, P.K & Ghosal, S 1969.

    D. gyrans
    (leaves,roots), D.pulchellum (whole plant), D. racemosum (whole plant) and D. triflorum (roots).***The above 4 species contains only trace amounts of DMT. *Jonathan Ott "Ayahuasca Analouges" p.82-83

    Dictyoloma incanescens (citrus family Rutaceae)
    5-MeO-DMT 0.04% (picrate salt).

    Dutaillyea oreophila (rutaceae)
    Contains Hordenin and 2-methyl-6-methoxy-b-carbolines in addition to 5-MeO-DMT Alexander Shulgin "TIHKAL" 1997.

    D.drupacea (a shrub from New Caledonian)
    Contains only 5-MeO-DMT to the extent of over 0.4%
    In "TIHKAL" Alexander Shulgin writes:" from a kilo of powdered leaves, there was actually isolated 450mg of an alkaloid fraction that was 98% 5-MeO-DMT."

    Evodia rutacarpa (rutaceae)
    Contains 5-MeO-DMT in its fruits and roots. The rue plants of the genus Evodia, has been used in tea because the blossoms are extremly aromatic. This species is used traditionally from the Phillipines, through Southeast Asia and into China. Some of the Evodia species contains Phenethylamines and carbolines.

    Echinocereus triglochidiatus, Salm-dyckianus (cacti)
    Is common in Mexico, where the Tarahumare Indians uses them in their festivals. Said to contain 5-MeO-DMT. "Hallucinogenic plants of the Tarahumara" J. Ethnopharmacology 1, 23-48 Bye, R.A. 1979.

    Horsfieldia supurba (Myristicaceae)
    An Malaysian tree with 5-MeO-DMT in its leaves.

    Justicia pectoralis var. Stenophylla (Acanthaceae)
    Used as an additive to entheogenic epená snuffs by various Waiká Indian groups. Some Tests has indicated the presence of DMT.* Schultes & hofmann "Plants of the gods"

    Lespedeza bicolor
    DMT, 5-MeO-DMT (roots and leaves) "Tryptamine and related Comfounds in plants". Phytochemistry 16 171-175 Smith, T.A. 1977. Shrub 3-10" with arching branches and oval leaves.

    Lespedeza thunbergii
    May contain tryptamines. More rescheach is needed to be conducted in this family. Grows larger than L.bicolor. In Japan Lespedeza has an important use as a medicinal.

    Limonia acidissima or L. crenulata or Hesperethusa crenulata (rutaceae)
    Contains substantial amounts of DMT. In Burma the women uses the powdered stems as a face paint known as "Tanaka."

    Melicope leptococca (rutaceae)Also a bushy shrub from New Caledonia tests has shown 0.2% alkaloids with 5-MeO-DMT being only 35% of the total alkaloids.

    Mimosa hostilis, nigra, pudica tenuiflora, verrucosa, scabrella (Leguminosae)
    Mimosa hostilis contains 0.57% N,N dimethyltryptamin (DMT). M.pudica has the lowest tryptamine concentration. Low amounts of tryptamines and MMT has been found in Mimosa somnians "Jonathan Ott: Pharmacoteon s.174-175 1993"

    M. hostilis, M. niagra and M. verruosa were used as the basis of the entheogenic brew "Vinho de jurema" in Brazil.
    "According to Legendary Etnobotanical Resources M.tenuiflora has a very high tryptamine concentration in roots and stems."

    Mistletoe (Loranthaceae)
    The berries contains 1-ethyltryptamine (an true isomer of DMT with a 1-ethyl rather than N,N-dimethyl. Alexander Shulgin "TIHKAL"1997.

    Mucuna pruriens "velvet bean"(Leguminosae)
    Phytochemical research has shown it contains DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenin in leaves, stem and fruit/bean. The powdered seeds are used as an aphrodisiac in India. Also a source of L-dopa. "Alkaloids of Mucuna pruriens". Chemistry and Pharmacology. Planta Med. 19, 279 and "The dictionary of Sacred and Magical Plants" Dr.Christian Rätsch

    Nectandra megapotamica (Lauraceae)
    Contains NMT according to Alexander Shulgins "TIHKAL" 1997

    Osteophloem platyspermum (myristicaceous plants)
    Possibility of DMT and 5-MeO-DMT. Analaysis has shown it to consist of only N-methyltryptophan methyl ester.

    Pagamea macrophylla
    Reports says that Barasana shamans of Columbia makes a entheogenic snuff from the powdered leaves. That could indicate a presence of tryptamines.

    Pandanus sp.(Pandanaceae family)
    The nuts have been analysed positive for DMT. On Indian Ocean Islands the sap is used as aphrodisiac. P.utilis has long leathery leaves sharply serrated. Seed pods look like huge pineapples."Legendary Etnobotanical Resources cataloge"

    Petalostylis labicheoides(Caesalpiniaceae/Leguminosae)
    Mimosa relative. Known to contain several tryptamines in the leaves and/or seeds of some species as well as MaO-inhibitors in concentrations up to 0.5% with tryptamines being the major alkaloid concentrated in leaves and stems.

    P.cassiodies
    0.4 -0.5% tryptamines, DMT and other alkaloids, in leaves and stems "Alkaloids of the Australian Leguminosae VI". Aust. J.Chem 19, 893.

    Phyllodium pulchellum
    Dried plant material produced 0.2% 5-MeO-DMT and small amounts of DMT "Indole-3-alkylamine Bases of Desmodium pulchellum". J, Org. Chem. 31, 2284.

    Prestonia amazonica
    May contain DMT"Smith 1977".

    Punica granatum (Punicaceae)
    DMT in root cortex. Once thougt to be the acient Haoma Christian Rätsch "The Dictionary of Sacred and Magical Plants"1992 p.207

    Phalaris arundinaea (reed canary grass)
    Many Phalaris.sp contains 5-MeO-DMT and DMT in different amounts. Other species where tryptamines has been detected: P.tuberosa, P.brachystacys, P.canariensis.

    Phalaris arundinaea
    Source 1.***DMT 0.060%
    Source 2.***Alkaloids 0.004-0.121%

    Phalaris tuberosa
    Source 1. DMT 0.100% 5-MeO-DMT 0.022% 5-OH-DMT 0.005%
    Source 2. DMT 0.170% 5-MeO-DMT 0.060%
    Source 3. alkaliods 0.007-0.18%

    Psychotria viridis (Rubiaceae), psychotriaefolia, P.expansa, P.insularum, P.forsteriana, P.carthaginensis, P.hirta, P.rostrata, P.nervosa, P. rufipilis and other unidentified species.
    leaves of P.viridis contains DMT (0.10%-0.16%). The major alkaloid in three samples of P.viridis from Peru was found to be DMT at a level of 1.02-1.58mg per gram of dried leaves. An analysis of an ayahuasca sample found 0.16-0.22% DMT from an unidentified Psychotria species. (possibly P.cart, P. alba, margineta, P.horizonta).

    Not all P.species has been analysed and some dosent even contain DMT. Experiments by J.Ott with ayahuasca analouges included 50 psychotria leaves combined with the MaO-inhibitor Peganum harmala seeds (4 grams ) and between 25-55 gram of Desmanthus illinoensis roots . With Psycotria Viridis one would need 20g of leaves (equals 40mg DMT) in combination with 3-4g Peganum Harmala seeds.
    Johanthan Ott "Pharmacotheon" 1993.

    In J.Ott´s Ayahuasca Analouges a average DMT% is calculated from 4 alkaloid analysis with Diplopterys cabrerana1 and Psychotria Viridis. With the first plant (1) an average at 0.68% were shown and with(2) 0.20% DMT.

    Phragmites australis (Poaceae, Gramineae "grass")
    Rich in DMT which are found in the root system. Picture of Praghmites australis




    Testulea gabonensis (Ochnaceae)
    A tree-shrub from Cameroon found to contain DMT as well as NMT (and its formamide) in the trunk bark. Alexander Shulgin "TIHKAL" 1997.

    Trichocerus terschekii (cacti) "cardon grande"
    DMT has been isolated from this species from North-Western Argentina. Schultes & Hofmann "Plants of The Gods" p. 58. 1979. and from Dr.Christian Rätsch "The Dictionary of Sacred and Magical Plants" p. 205. 1992.


    Vepris ampody (rutaceous plant)
    contains up to 0.22 % N,N-dimethyltryptamin J. Ott "Pharmacotheon" P. 246 1993.

    Virola theiodora (Myristiceae), cuspidata, calophylla, calophylloidea, elongata, rufula, venosa, pavonis, peruviana, carinata, V.surinamensis.
    Used in snuffs like: epenà snuff and paricà snuff of the waikà indians. The bark contains up to 0.25%DMT by dry weight, and the flowers twice as much. 5-MeO-DMT is also present in at sizeable levels,and both of the mono-methyl homolouges, NMT and 5-MeO-NMT has been found in various parts of the plant . Alexander Shulgin "Tihkal" 1997. In Peter Staffords "Psychedelic Encyclopedia" an analysis from an sample of Waiká snuff made from V.theiodora resin had a unusually high alkaloid content of up to 11%, consisting mainly of 5-Methoxy-DMT (5-MeO-DMT).

    Virola calophylla
    Origin: Manaus Brazil (dry plant material)
    Bark:
    DMT***0.008% 5-MeO-DMT***trace amounts
    Roots:
    DMT and 5-MeO-DMT***trace amounts
    Flowers, shoots:
    DMT***0.185% N-Methyltryptamine (MMT)***0.008%
    Leaves:
    DMT***0.149% MMT***0.006% Jonathan Ott "Ayahuasca analogues"

    Virola rufula
    5-MeO-DMT***0.190%
    DMT****0.008%
    5-MeO-MMT***trace amounts
    2-Methyl-6-MeO-1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-_-carboline (6-MeO-THC)***trace amounts
    Roots:
    5-MeO-DMT***0.135%
    5-MeO-MMT***0.006%
    DMT***0.001%
    6-MeO-THC***trace amounts
    Leaves:
    DMT***0.092%
    MMT***0.006%

    Virola theiodora
    Origin: Manaus Brazil (dry plant material)
    Bark:
    DMT****0.130% 5-Meo-DMT***0.110% 6-MeO-THC***0.010% N-Methyltryptamine (MMT)***0.003%
    Roots:
    5-MeO-DMT***0.010% DMT***0.004% 5-MeO-MMT***0.003%
    Flower, shoots:
    DMT***0.440% MMT***0.033%
    Leaves:
    DMT***0.044% 5-MeO-DMT***trace amounts
    Virola theiodora
    Origin: Tototobi Brazil (dry plant material)
    Bark:
    DMT***0.033% 5-Meo-DMT***0.062%
    Leaves:
    DMT***0.021% Methyl-THC***trace amounts
    Jonathan Ott "Ayahuasca Analogues"



    Virola surinamensis
    May possibly contain large amounts of entheogenic tryptamines, due to its use as an ayahuasca admixture.

    Urtica pilulifera (Urticaceae)
    På dansk Brændenælder. Contains bufotenin. The leaves are used to make herbal tea.

    Zanthoxylum arborescens, Zanthoxylum procerum. (rutaceous plant)
    Contains some DMT in leaves.
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    this is great, where did you get this from?
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    Nice info on chaliponga. I'm expecting the mailmain today with a batch of that.

    Note on the mimosa, 0.57% is a very low average. Last three batches I had, contained up to 1% of DMT. Batch I'm expecting today is said to contain up to 1.8%.
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    Family
    Malpighiaceae (Malpighia family)

    Other Names
    Chaliponga, Chagropanga, oco-yagè, pucahuasca, Huambisca.

    Historical
    The term 'Oco' in all Tukanoan languages means 'water'. This plant was formerly known as Banisteriopsis rusbyana. In the westernmost Colombian Amazonia the leaves are often used as additives in the preparation of Ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi). The Sionas use this species to "enhance the visions" to "bring them into focus and bring about longer duration". This plant was formerly known as Banisteriopsis rusbyana."(4)
    In northeastern Perú, eastern Ecuador, and western Colombia the leaves of Diplopterys cabrerana are commonly prepared with Banisteriopsis caapi to make a powerful ceremonial visionary healing medicine.

    Contents
    Contains anywhere from 0.17%-1.74% DMT.(5)

    (copy/paste from maya ethno)

    I'm gonna try to perfom an extraction on this coming weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amoak
    Arundo donax "giant river reed" (Gramineae)
    Contains up to 3% DMT.
    Reeds for saxophone, clarinet and oboe are made of this plant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pazusu
    Quote Originally Posted by amoak
    Arundo donax "giant river reed" (Gramineae)
    Contains up to 3% DMT.
    Reeds for saxophone, clarinet and oboe are made of this plant.
    Talking about coincidence....... the compound which people claim enables you to experience music with an extra, visual dimension
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    Its confirmed:

    Maya ethnobotanicals claimed their Mexican rootbark contains up to 1.8% DMT. I extracted 140 grams the past few days and got a total of 2.4 grams out of that so thats about right.

    This is major quality, average for Mimosa is .56 so this is more than three times as potent.
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