Caapi

Some articles on caapi:

Harmala Alkaloid
... is structurally related to harmaline, and also found in the vine Banisteriopsis caapi ... caapi and P ... Harmala alkaloids are also found in the Banisteriopsis caapi vine, the key plant ingredient in the sacramental beverage Ayahuasca, in concentrations that range between 0.31-8.43% for harmine, 0.03-0 ...
Banisteriopsis Caapi - Legal Issues - Patent Issues
... The caapi vine itself has been the subject of a dispute between U.S ... caapi ... caapi is now being cultivated commercially in Hawaii ...
Jopo - Entheogenic Uses - Use With MAOIs
... preparations along with Banisteriopsis caapi, a herb containing MAOIs ... Typically Banisteriopsis caapi is chewed in the mouth while the Anadenanthera beans are snuffed or smoked ... Occasionally Banisteriopsis caapi is found mixed in with the snuff ...
Harmine - Uses
... caapi are both traditionally used for their psychoactive effects ... caapi has a tradition of use in conjunction with plants containing the drug DMT ... caapi is consumed as a drink, with or without the DMT-bearing plants (see Ayahuasca) ...
Banisteriopsis Caapi
... Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as ayahuasca, caapi or yajé, is a South American jungle vine of the family Malpighiaceae ... caapi allow the primary psychoactive compound, DMT (which is introduced from the other primary ingredient in ayahausca, the Psychotria viridis plant), to be orally active ... caapi was actually dedicated to John Banister, a 17th-century English clergyman and naturalist ...