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Brief overview - What is Yuremamine?

Chemical and physical properties

Breaks down with heat, basic conditions (Callaway) (possibly acidic solutions too?)


Pharmacology, toxicity and general safety

Plants containing Yuremamine

'''Mimosa tenuiflora''', - syn. Mimosa hostilis, also known as jurema preta, calumbi (Brazil), tepezcohuite (México), carbonal, cabrera, jurema, black jurema, and binho de jurema

Extraction teks

For extracting yuremamine, only a cold soak will work. Cold alcoholic soak or a cold water soak should separate yuremamine and other alkaloids from most plant material. This results in a brew that is active orally without a MAOI

Dosages and consumption methods

History of usage

Analysis of Yuremamine

Scientific publications

Other links of interest