Sola

Psychotria ioniceroides

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Just wondering if anyone has info. on Psychotria ioniceroides. It's native to Eastern Australia, probably just Queensland and NSW but I don't know for sure.

Any information or experience with this plant would be appreciated. I'll try to upload a photo, good looking plant but not sure of efficacy as ethno.

Cheers

Sola

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Do you mean Psychotria loniceroides ?

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Do you mean Psychotria loniceroides ?

Oops, that is what I meant. I've heard it is difficult to grow from cuttings but I have one that seems to have taken.

Was thinking it might be something else.

Okay, that's why I couldn't find info from a search, thanks. So essentially there is little pharmacological activity?

I would be interested to hear of any good reports.

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Psychotria loniceroides

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Psychotripine, a trimeric pyrroloindoline derivative with an unprecedented hendecacyclic system bearing a hexahydro-1,3,5-triazine unit, was isolated from the leaves of Psychotriapilifera.

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hmm, i'm out of my depth here, but here is a pic of a, what i think, is a psychotria daphnoides (in my collection, just quickly got the camera out, being ispired by this thread):), note the psychotria viridis leaf for scale!post-70-0-59942200-1336104848_thumb.jpg

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yeah that photo looks like daphnoides to me

have been wondering about it myself

got a couple of tiny cuttings i think may have taken

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I have a few cutting grown P. loniceroides... They seem to do pretty well. Germination is really good too..

A lovely addition to any subtropical native garden..

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