- tryptamine ( ) n. A crystalline substance, C 10 H 12 N 2 , that is formed in plant and animal tissues from tryptophan and is an intermediate in.
- AND PLANT-BASED TRYPTAMINES
- First published as Ayahuasca Analogs and Plant-based Tryptamines: The Best of The Entheogen Review 1992–1996. Copyright 1996 by JIM DEKORNE.
- Endogenous psychoactive tryptamines reconsidered: an anxiolytic
- Endogenous psychoactive tryptamines reconsidered: an anxiolytic role for dimethyltryptamine. Michael S. Jacob, David E.
- Analysis of Phenethylamines and Tryptamines in Designer Drugs
- tryptamines by gas chromatography-mass spectrom- etry (GC-MS). lamine, tryptamine, nuclear magnetic resonance, quanti- tative analysis. ∗.
- Minnesota law takes on synthetic drugs - and their look-alikes
- Tryptamines aren't a popular synthetic drug. But last year a 26-year-old British man was killed while reportedly under the influence of the same drug after he walked into a truck on a highway, according to news reports.
- Research Chemicals for Psychonauts: The Global Explosion of Designer Psychedelics
- Alexander Shulgin's books PIKAL and TIKAL are treasure-filled encyclopedias of reports on hundreds of these compounds--largely derived from two primary classes of chemicals called “tryptamines” and “phenethylamines.
- Soak up some sunshine
- The sun causes our brains to produce tryptamines. Tryptamines are a group of compounds that release endorphins and serotonin to improve our moods. So, being outside can make you relaxed if you are stressed and happy if you are sad.
- Tryptamine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Tryptamine is a monoamine alkaloid found in plants, fungi, and animals.
- Erowid Psychoactive Vaults : Tryptamine FAQ
- The Natural Highs FAQ. Basic information on a wide variety of naturally psychoactive plants and herbs.
- Tryptamine Carriers FAQ
- Chemical makeup and information. Includes source data on fungi, animals and plants.
- TRYPTAMINES PSILOCYBIN PSILOCYN MUSHROOMS
- Mushrooms Image A number of Schedule I hallucinogenic substances are classified chemically as tryptamines.
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