Common Sources of Scopolamine (Hoscine)
Scopolamine is a narcotic that can cause pharmaceutical high.
It can be extracted from the following plants:
Datura stramonium L. (Angel's trumpets, jimson weed ) is weed originally introduced from Europe. Several species this plants are growing wild across much of the United States, including: including Datura wrightii, commonly referred to as the Southwestern Thorn Apple. Datura stramonium is usually called jimson weed; Datura metaloides is colloquially named sacred datura; and Datura inoxia is usually referred to as toloache. The smaller annual, Datura discolor, is often called moon flower.
Duboisia leichhardtii and Duboisia myoporoides are native to Australia.
Side Effects include hot, dry, and flushed skin, pupil dilation, headache, delirium, rapid and weak pulse, hallucinations, convulsions, and coma.
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