bufotenine

(= 3-(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl)-1H-indol-5-ol; mappine)) An indole alkaloid with hallucinogenic effects, isolated from Piptadenia spp. (Mimosidae); first isolated from skin glands of toad ( Bufo sp.).
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bufotenine

<chemical> An indole alkaloid with hallucinogenic effects, isolated from Piptadenia spp (Mimosidae), first isolated from skin glands of toad (Bufo sp). ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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bufotenine

weak hallucinogenic agent active by intravenous injection, isolated from several natural sources or prepared by chemical synthesis. Bufotenine is a ... [3 related articles]
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bufotenine

Type: Term Pronunciation: bū′fō-ten′ēn Definitions: 1. A psychotomimetic agent isolated from the venom of certain toads (family Bufonidae) and also present in several plants; one of the active principles of cohoba; raises the blood pressure by vasoconstrictive action and produces psychic effects, including hallucinations....
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bufotenine

hallucinogen found in certain tropical toads
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