Author: Jan Scholten
644.53.17 Anadenanthera peregrina
Names: Yopo, Jopo, Cohoba, Mopo, Nopo, Parica; Calcium Tree.
Botany: Caribbean and South America; tree 20 m; thorny bark; flowers are pale yellow to white and spherical.
Use: entheogen, in healing ceremonies and rituals.
Source: Robert Müntz.
Content: Calcium; tryptamine derivates, bufotenine, dimethyltryptamine.
Hallucinations, bright, colourful, > aum sound, shaking lines; room is linear and grey.
Worse from any constraint; wish to be free and have no bounds.
Power to fight, fly.
Delusion: world dissolved in little flashing sparks; travelling fast through a bright tunnel.
Delusion: every cell of body is swollen.
Vertigo: dizzy, spinning, falling, spinning backwards and forwards, > lying still, < motion.
Head: pain, swollen, throbbing.
Eyes: protruding; kicked from behind, < closing eyes.
Face: purple; heat, burning, sinuses.
Throat: pain clutching, clenching, tingling.
Stomach: nausea, > deep inhalation, > tea; vomiting.
Limbs: numb, tingling.