- SK Capital Partners looks set to acquire Tasmania's largest poppy processor
- Westbury-based poppy processor, Tasmanian Alkaloids (TA), looks set to be sold to a private US investment business, SK Capital Partners. Last year, Johnson & Johnson, indicated it intended to sell its subsidiary, Noramco and with that its narcotic raw ...
- EU sets limit for tropane alkaloids in cereal-based baby foods
- Tropane alkaloids are found in the herb plant Datura stramonium, better known by numerous other names including Jimson Weed or Devil's Snare. Seeds from the plant can contaminate linseed, soybean, sorghum, millet, sunflower and buckwheat crops.
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- DAFFODILS: They contain poisonous alkaloids that can cause vomiting, excessive salivation, diarrhea, convulsions, tremors and heart problems. The bulbs are the most dangerous part of the plant. DIEFFENBACHIA: Though it's often recommended or natural ...
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- According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, opioids are “a class of drugs chemically similar to alkaloids found in opium poppies,” a category that includes heroin.
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