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<div>may also produce psychoactive effects (cf.</div>
 
<div>Benthamia alyxifolia).</div>
 
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Latest revision as of 07:46, 11 March 2015

A relative of mistletoe (Viscum album 1.), Phrygilanthus
eugenioides is used in the voodoo cult as
a magical plant. It is said to have psychoactive or
hallucinogenic powers (Schultes and Farnsworth
1982, 187*; Schultes and Hofmann 1980, 367*).
Curiously, the ancient texts suggest that mistletoe
may also produce psychoactive effects (cf.
Benthamia alyxifolia).

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