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BeJake
#1 Posted : 4/25/2020 10:47:03 AM

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Hi,
A friend get seeds of hiraea fagifolia (sold as chaliponga).
Any info about this plant?
 

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downwardsfromzero
#2 Posted : 1/5/2021 3:27:05 PM

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Never heard of this one before. This thread comes up near the top of the search results.

Hiraea is in the Malpighiaceae, same as caapi.
https://michmemories.org...f41b83533a1d86b70dc4a24
http://www.catalogueofli...ils/species/id/16769080

It's pretty widespread - it would on the one hand be rather surprising to find out that it contains DMT, but on the other hand only a small proportion of plants have been analyzed so who knows?

I haven't been able to find much on the phytochemistry of the species:
https://www.researchgate..._of_Koelreuteria_Henryi
https://www.researchgate...nima_fagifolia_Niedenzu [different species+family here, I know]

Using the name "chaliponga" was probably a marketing ploy.
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