(I edited this page because I can't find any evidence that the cited study actually exists, the closest thing I could find was a decidedly dodgy comment by Shulgin, an old book that cited the same nonexistent paper, and a bunch of new age sites talking...)
 
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<div>The bark of this tree contains N,N-dimethyl-5methoxytryptamine</div>
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Lichens are composite organisms composed of either or both algae and cyanobacteria which grow on rocks and tree bark. It has been suggested, by Alexander Shulgin and others, that Lichens may contain analogues of N,N-DMT.
<div>(= 5-MeO-DMT) (Pachter et</div>
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<div>al. 1959*). It may be suitable as an ingredient in</div>
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<div>ayahuasca analogs. 5-MeO-DMT was first discovered</div>
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<div>in this plant.</div>
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Lichens are composite organisms composed of either or both algae and cyanobacteria which grow on rocks and tree bark. It has been suggested, by Alexander Shulgin and others, that Lichens may contain analogues of N,N-DMT.

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