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Related to Erythroxylon: Erythroxylon coca
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Noun1.Erythroxylon - a large genus of South American shrubs and small trees of the family ErythroxylaceaeErythroxylon - a large genus of South American shrubs and small trees of the family Erythroxylaceae
plant genus - a genus of plants
coca, coca plant, Erythroxylon coca - a South American shrub whose leaves are chewed by natives of the Andes; a source of cocaine
Erythroxylon truxiuense - a South American shrub whose leaves are a source of cocaine
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Most commonly used local anaesthetics are safe preparations derived from the coca plant, Erythroxylon coca, with which we normally associate cocaine.
For thousands of years, people in South America have chewed and ingested coca leaves (Erythroxylon coca), the source of cocaine, for their stimulant effects, Barbers said.
Dioscorea Anga (GU) C prehensilis Benth Ebenaceae Diospyros Maranta (SH) T mespiliformis Hoechst Erythroxylaceae Erythroxylon Tiriga (GU) H fischeri Engle Bridelia micrantha Yejega (GU) T Hoechst Croton macrostachyus Shekeshek (SH) T Del.
Kokaina jest alkaloidem wystepujacym w lisciach krasnodrzewu pospolitego (Erythroxylon coca), zwanego koka, rosnacego glownie na terenach tzw.
El VRAE es un espacio donde predominan los agricultores de rozo y quema dedicados al cultivo de la coca (Erythroxylon coca) para el narcotrafico y otros productos cultivados con tecnologia predominantemente tradicional, tales como el cacao (Theobroma cacao), cafe (Coffea arabica), maiz (Zea mays), platano (Musaparadisiaca), etc.
There we hiked up to 14,674 feet, and did indeed experience altitude sickness (soroche) for which we took, successfully, homeopathic Erythroxylon (coca) and a local herbal tea called Sunfo.
Pharmacologist Dr Thomas Barragry noted it was clearly stated on the tea bag that one of the main ingredients was erythroxylon coca, the South American plant that is a source of cocaine.
(Burseraceae)), and Rat-wood (Erythroxylon rotundifolium Lunan (Erythroxylaceae)).
31764A (MEXU); a 9 km al E de Dos Naciones, 17[grados]54'52" N, 89[grados]19'8" W, 160 m s.n.m., selva baja subcaducifolia y matorral de Erythroxylon, Byrsonima, 17 may 1997, E.