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harmala

(ˈhɑːmələ)
n
(Plants) a perennial plant native to Europe and Asia Minor, characterized by its white flowers and round seed capsules
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Harmala alkaloid composition of the seeds of the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin stimulates a dose-dependent manner [4,5].
Hypothermic effect of harmala alkaloid in rat :involvement of serotonergic mechanism.
Hypothermic effect of harmala alkaloid in rats, involvement of serotonergic mechanism.
2008) argued that "there has been no report of fatalities as a direct consequence of harmala alkaloids intoxication.
Risk assessment of ritual use of oral dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and harmala alkaloids.
caapi's harmala alkaloids has precluded a balanced assessment of B.
There is a great deal of variation in the concentrations of harmala alkaloids in B.
They go on to say that: "Although these harmala alkaloids are not particularly psychoactive on their own, they can facilitate the activity of N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) from P.
3 Piaroa yopo is the only snuff yet tested that contains both tryptamine and harmala alkaloids (Holmstedt & Lindgren 1979).
While harmala alkaloids manifest hallucinogenic activity on their own at dosage levels several times greater than are required for them to function as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (Buckholtz & Boggan 1977; Rivier & Lindgren 1972), it is probable that Piaroa shamans consume quantities of B.