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Latest revision as of 08:13, 11 March 2015

This Southeast Asian tree may be identical to a
plant that ancient Chinese sources refer to as lungIi,
which was said to have hallucinogenic effects (Li
1978, 24 f.*). Nephelium, however, contains only
toxic cyanogenic glycosides (Schultes and Hofmann
1995, 51*; Schultes and Farnsworth 1982, 187*).
This botanical identity is questionable (Li 1978,
24*).

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