psilocin


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psilocin

 [si´lo-sin]
a hallucinogenic substance closely related to psilocybin.

psi·lo·cin

(sī'lō-sin),
A hallucinogenic agent related to psilocybin.

psilocin

(sĭl′ə-sĭn, sī′lə-)
n.
A potent hallucinogenic compound, C12H16N2O, related to psilocybin.
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The court heard officers went to the nearby family home and found 207g of psilocin in a plastic container in the fridge and some 1,948 alprazolam -- commonly known as Xanax -- pills in the defendant's bedroom.
An electrographic study of psilocin and 4-methyl-alpha-methyltryptamine.
The Meixner test in the detection of alpha-amanitin and false-positive reactions caused by psilocin and 5-substituted tryptamines.
"I don't know the uses of this herb buts it contains Psilocin, a hallucinogenic substance," Al Sumaiti said.
Magic mushrooms often contain psilocin or psilocybin, which are banned under the 1971 United Nations Drugs Convention, the agency notes.
In addition, lab personnel routinely receive numerous requests to develop a method, test, and then interpret the findings for novel drugs (i.e., amylmethyl tryptamine, Salvia divinorum, morning glory seeds, and psilocin).
They contain the chemical psilocin which has a hallucinogenic effect when ingested.
Formerly, under the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act, it was only illegal to possess psilocin and psilocybin ( the psychoactive constituents of the mushrooms.
The 'magic' quality relates to the presence of the chemicals psilocybin and psilocin.
Psilocin and psilocybin, the mind-bending chemicals in the mushrooms that cause hallucinations, are outlawed in the UK.
The fungi contain the hallucinogens psilocin and psilocybin, which are both Class A drugs.
The ministry said it will designate any mushroom containing psilocybin or psilocin, a small dose of which is known to cause hallucination, as illegal.