Psychotria Viridis, also known as Chacruna or Chacrona, from the Quechuan verb of “to mix”. This name most likely alludes to the traditional use of Psychotria Viridis. The plant belongs to the Rubiaceae (the family of the coffee plant). It is a shrub or small tree with small red fruit and long, narrow leaves. The plant can grow to a height of 5 meters. The leaves are about 5-15 centimeters long; this is the part that contains the psychoactive compounds.
Principal active biochemicals: the tryptamine alkaloid N, N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and beta-carbolines are present in the leaves of P. Viridis.
Psychotria viridis, also known as chacruna or chacrona, from the Quechuan verb "to mix". This name probably refers to the traditional use of psychotria viridis. Main active biochemicals: tryptamine alkaloid N, N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and beta-carbolines.