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Sinicuichi (Heimia)

sinicuichiSinicuichi (Heimia) is Uncontrolled in the United States.

Addictive Potential: Unknown

Emergency Room Visits Yearly: Unknown

Mandatory Minimum Sentence: None

Mechanism of Action: Unknown

Overview:

Sinicuichi (Heimia), also known as sun opener or shrubby yellowcrest, is a genus of two or three closely related species of shrubs in the family Lythraceae, native to the Americas, from northern Argentina north to the southernmost United States (southern Texas). The leaves are 2–5 cm long and 1 cm broad, entire, and variably arranged alternate, opposite or whorled on the stems.

The following substances have been detected in Heimia salicifolia:

9-beta-Hydroxyvertine
(2S,4S,10R)-4-(3-Hydroxy-4-methoxyphenyl)-quinolizidin-2-acetate
Lythrine
Dehydrodecodine
Lythridine
Vertine (also known as “cryogenine”)
Heimidine
Lyfoline
epi-Lyfoline
Sinicuichine
Nesodine
Abresoline
Anelisine
Lythridine (sinine)

Side Effects and Adverse Reactions:

More research is needed to understand the full spectrum of side effects, adverse reactions, and addiction potential.

Research:

Heimia salicifolia: a phytochemical and phytopharmacologic review

Alkaloids from Heimia salicifolia

Heimia salicifolia FAQ (Erowid)

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