harmaline


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har·ma·line

(har'mă-līn),
An amine oxidase inhibitor and a central nervous system stimulant; obtained from the seeds of Peganum harmala (family Zygophyllaceae) and from Banisteria caapi (family Malpighiaceae); has been used in parkinsonism.
Synonym(s): harmidine

harmaline

(har′mă-lēn″) [ Harmala + -ine]
A psychoactive beta-carboline, C13H14N2O, derived from a weed, Peganum harmala.
CAS # 304-21-2

harmaline

see harmine.
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Harmala seed, having alkaloid compounds such as harmala, harmaline, harmalole, and steroidal compounds of lygan and Saponins have many medicinal effects including regulation of endocrine functions [1].
Vasorelaxation effece of harmine and harmaline extract from Peganum harmaLa L.
There is no information regarding the composition or dosage of the herbal preparation, although blood analysis found harmine, THH, harmaline, DMT and 5MeO-DMT.
Harmine is a selective inhibitor of the human cytochrome P450 isozyme 2D6 (CYP2D6), which also metabolizes harmaline (Zhao et al.
Reports of OBEs are also evident with practically every psychedelic drug, ranging from nitrous oxide, hasish, and ether (Crookall, 1961) to LSD (Grof, 1975, 1980), PCP (Rudgley, 2000), DMT (Strassman, 2001), harmaline, and ayahuasca (Andritzky, 1989; Roney-Dougal 1986).
Some speculations on a possible psychic effect of harmaline.
Also important is the observation that harmine is a selective inhibitor of the human cytochrome P450 isozyme 2D6 (CYP2D6), which also metabolizes harmaline (Zhao et al.
The Crown alleges that the Uyunkars provided a mixture of water, nicotine and harmaline known as natum to Mrs.
One is the root bark and sometimes the stem cortex of the liana Banisteriopsis caapi, which contains the beta-carboline harmala alkaloids harmine, harmaline, and tetrahydroharmine.
The Banisteriopsis stem contains the beta-carbolines harmine, harmaline, and tetrahydroharmine, while the leaves of the Psychotira viridis contain N,N-dimethyltryptamine or DMT, a potent hallucinogen enhancing the activation of the neurotransmitter serotonin.
Many years later, researchers found two other [beta]-carboline alkaloids, harmaline and tetrahydroharmine, in stems of B.