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-{{:​wiki:​mapacho250px.jpg?​nolink |}}**Mapacho**,​ //ucuch, Aztec tobacco, (nicotiana rustica)//, is a rainforest plant in the **Solanaceae** family, with a long, sacred history to almost all of the indigenous people of North, Central and South America, and used in a many different preparations including drinks, snuffs, chews, lickable products, and of course, smoked. The effects come primarily from nicotine, but it also contains MAOIs. The **Warao** people of Venezuela have a particularly rich spirituality focused around **//​hallucinogenic//​** use of tobacco.+====== Mapacho (Nicotiana rustica) ====== 
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 +{{:​wiki:​mapacho250px.jpg?​nolink |}}**Mapacho**,​ //ucuch, Aztec tobacco, (nicotiana rustica)//, is a rainforest plant in the **Solanaceae** family, with a long, sacred history to almost all of the indigenous people of North, Central and South America, and used in a many different preparations including drinks, snuffs, chews, lickable products, and of course, smoked. The effects come primarily from nicotine, but it also contains ​//MAOIs//. The **Warao** people of Venezuela have a particularly rich spirituality focused around **//​hallucinogenic//​** use of tobacco. 
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 +==== History ==== 
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 +Tobacco is probably the most sacred and revered plant of the Americas, with cultivation sites in Mexico dating back to 1000-1400 bce.  
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 +==== Australia ==== 
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 +//Nicotiana benthamiana (tjuntiwari,​ muntju, tangungnu), Nicotiana gossei (ingulba, mingulba),//​ and //Nicotiana excelsior (pulandu, pulantu, balandu, pituri)// are just a few of the sixteen species of tobacco native to Australia, with a long history of indigenous use. 
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