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Diplopterys cabrerana
DMT Contents and Dosages
by Erowid, July 2001

Common Names: chagropanga, chagrupanga, Chalipanga, oco-yage
(From Trout 1997, Ott 1996)

(see also P. viridis DMT Content)



AuthorLocation/SourceYearDMT Content (per dry leaf)
McKenna DJ, et alTarapoto "Chagro-panga"19841.7 mg/g (+/- 0.41SD)
Agurell, et al??19684.6 mg/g
Der Marderosianeastern Ecuador1968avg 14.6 (13.3-17.5 mg/g)
PoissonPeru, collected by Claudine Freiberg19656.4 mg/g




References:
  • Der Marderosian A, Pinkley HV, Dobbins MF.
    Native Use and Occurrence of N,N-Dimethyltryptamine in the Leaves of Banisteriopsis Rusbyana Lloydia. 1968. 31:430.
  • McKenna DJ, Towers GH, Abbott F.
    Monoamine oxidase inhibitors in South American hallucinogenic plants: tryptamine and beta-carboline constituents of ayahuasca.
    J Ethnopharmacol. 1984 Apr;10(2):195-223.
  • McKenna DJ, Towers GH.
    Biochemistry and pharmacology of tryptamines and beta-carbolines. A minireview.
    J Psychoactive Drugs. 1984 Oct-Dec;16(4):347-58. Review.
  • Ott J.
    Ayahuasca Analogues
    1994, Natural Products Company.
  • Trout K.
    Trout's Notes on Ayahuasca and Ayahuasca Alkaloids
    #A-5 [Version 11-98]