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Obscure "psychotomimetic" plant: Olmedioperebea sclerophylla? Options
 
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#1 Posted : 12/8/2016 11:04:18 PM

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Does any one here know anything about Olmedioperebea sclerophylla Ducke?
Edit: It's Rape': https://www.dmt-nexus.me...amp;m=738909#post738909

I should have done a bit more research before posting!
Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege et labora

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― Jacques Bergier, quoting Fulcanelli
 

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#2 Posted : 12/9/2016 2:13:02 PM
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Olmedioperebea sclerophylla
The Moraceae also provide one of the most poorly understood hallucinogens: Olmedioperebea sclerophylla, a jungle tree, the fruits of which reputedly were the source of an intoxicating snuff employed formerly by Indians of the Pariana region of the central part of the Amazon Valley. It is now known only by its Portuguese name rape dos indios, "Indian snuff". No chemical study of this plant nor of the snuff have been published, and direct observations of the preparation and use of the snuff have been impossible to date.
https://www.unodc.org/un...69-01-01_4_page004.html



Thank you for reminding me about this novel psychoactive, I'll try to dig up anything I can, but information is sparse...

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#3 Posted : 12/9/2016 9:38:06 PM
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Hey eg here is a link to the book of the text you posted I knew I read it somewhere.

http://www.holybooks.com...lants-A-Golden-Guide.pdf
 
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#4 Posted : 12/10/2016 2:27:52 PM
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It was from:
The plant kingdom and hallucinogens (part II)
Ph.D. F.L.S. Richard Evans SCHULTES
Curator of Economic Botany and Executive Director,Botanical Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
https://www.anoniem.org/...69-01-01_4_page004.html

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#5 Posted : 12/11/2016 2:37:14 AM
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entheogenic-gnosis wrote:
It was from:
The plant kingdom and hallucinogens (part II)
Ph.D. F.L.S. Richard Evans SCHULTES
Curator of Economic Botany and Executive Director,Botanical Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
https://www.anoniem.org/...69-01-01_4_page004.html

-eg


He is the author of the book found by clicking the link I posted.Smile
 
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#6 Posted : 12/11/2016 11:29:41 AM
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Spiritofspice wrote:
entheogenic-gnosis wrote:
It was from:
The plant kingdom and hallucinogens (part II)
Ph.D. F.L.S. Richard Evans SCHULTES
Curator of Economic Botany and Executive Director,Botanical Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
https://www.anoniem.org/...69-01-01_4_page004.html

-eg


He is the author of the book found by clicking the link I posted.Smile


Yes, both were R.E. schultes. Different publications, same author.

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#7 Posted : 12/12/2016 9:21:17 PM

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https://en.wikipedia.org.../Richard_Evans_Schultes

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. He may be considered the father of modern ethnobotany,


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Schultes's botanical fieldwork among Native American communities led him to be one of the first to alert the world about destruction of the Amazon rainforest and the disappearance of its native people.

He's not idolised in quite the way that Shulgin, McKenna and Hofmann are... Confused
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― Jacques Bergier, quoting Fulcanelli
 
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#8 Posted : 1/16/2017 1:09:13 PM

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And he should be! I'm sure a lot of us here know about his work and love him heaps Big grin
 
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#9 Posted : 1/16/2017 1:10:12 PM

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From what I've heard he was a really good guy too, not just a legend for ethnobotany.
 
 
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