Author: Jan Scholten
Content: nicotine; anabasine, anatabine, nornicotine; monoamine oxidase inhibitors harman and norharman.
The general themes of violence, rejection and sexuality are present in the Nicotianoideae. Added is the theme of Subphase 3, which makes them hesitant and confused. They are unsure of pursuing their desires from fear of getting rejected and becoming an outcast. They fear being killed if their dark side comes out completely. They have a duality in their temperament, on one hand vivacious and even violent and on the other pleasing and adapting.
Stimulant, sharp, alert.
Concentration, memory, arousal enhanced.
Euphoria, reduced pain.
Anxiety is reduced.
Aversion: food, appetite decreased.
Vertigo: carsickness, seasickness.
Nervous: lack of acetylcholine, norepinephrine, adrenaline, epinephrine, vasopressin, arginine, serotonin, dopamine, autocrine agents, beta-endorphin, melanin-containing tissues; akathisia.
Lungs: respiration fast; paralysis.
Heart: increased rate, blood pressure; higher blood glucose levels.
Abdomen: adrenal medulla increased.