Banisteriopsis caapi

A tropical vine indigenous to South America whose bark, rich in harmaline alkaloids and other hallucinogens, is boiled alone or with other plants to make hallucinogenic teas, such as ayahuasca and yage.
SEE: ayahuasca; SEE: yage

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