Tryptamines i Have KnownAnd Loved:The Chemistry Continues
By Alexander and Ann Shulgin
\ 'trip-ta-,men \ n. [tryptophan fr. tryptic, fr. trypsin, fr. Gk. tryein, towear down (from its occurence in pancreatic juice as a proteolytic enzyme) + aminefr. NL ammonia] 1: A naturally occurring compound found in both the animal andplant kingdoms. It is an endogenous component of the human brain. 2: Any of aseries of compounds containing the tryptamine skeleton, and modified by chemicalconstituents at appropriate positions in the molecule.
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I would like to take a moment to reiterate that at the present time restrictive laws are in force inthe United States and it is very difficult for researchers to abide by the regulations which governefforts to obtain legal approval to do work with these compounds in human beings..... No one
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