References: T through Z

References T-Z used for Sacred Cacti 4th edition.

This references list is still in progress and will continue to be modified during the editing process. If anything new has not been added yet and you need to know it now; drop me an email.


[Brackets around a title indicates it is an English translation of the actual title. ]

Incomplete citations or the use of the qualifier “From” usually indicates that the paper listed was a second-hand reference. This means that this work was unavailable to us and was the reference that was cited by our information source.

As a single listing

A through D

E through J

K through O

P through S





Takagi, S. et al. (1979) Shoyakugaku Zasshi, 33 (1): 35–37. “Isolation of Synephrine from Evodia Fruits.” (Text is in Japanese) (Shigekazu Takagi, Takeshi Kinoshita, Mieko Sameshima, Toshiyuki Akiyama, Shigeo Kobayashi and Ushio Sankawa)

Takahashi (in the literature) see as Kinoshita

Takahashi & Brossi 1982 Heterocycles, 19: 691

Takido, M. et al. (1970) Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 59 (2): 271–273. “New synthesis of rac. Anhalonidine and rac. Pellotine” (M. Takido, K.L. Khanna & A.G. Paul)

Takizawa, T. et al. (1993) Journal of Natural Products, 56 (12): 2183–2185. “A New Type of Triterpene from Trichocereus pachanoi.” (Takaomi Takizawa, Kaoru Kinoshita, Kitotaka Koyama, Kunio Takahashi, Norio Kondo, Hiroshi Yuasa & Ken-Ichi Kawai)

Tampier, L. et al. (1977) Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology, 17: 731–734. “Influences of catecholamine-derivated alkaloids and β-adrenergic blocking agents on stereospecific binding of 3H-naloxone.” (L. Tampier, H.S. Alpers & V.E. Davis) ,

Tamuara, K. et al. (1974) Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan 47: 2682.

Tan, M.L. et al. (2005) Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 96: 287–294. “Methanolic extract of Pereskia bleo (Kunth) DC. (Cactaceae) induces apoptosis in breast carcinoma, T47-D cell line.” (M.L. Tan, S.F. Sulaiman, N. Najimuddin, M.R. Samian & T.S. Tengku Muhammad)

Tan, R.X. & W.X. Zou (2001) Nat. Prod. Rep., 18: 448–459. “Endophytes: a rich source of functional metabolites.” [from Wu et al. 2008]

Tani et al. (1978) YZ, 98: 1658.

Taniguchi, K. et al. (1964) J. Lab. Clin. Med. 64: 469. (K. Taniguchi Y. Kakimoto and M.D. Armstrong)

Tank, A. et al. (1976) Ann. NY Acad. Sci. 273: 219–226. “Ethanol induced alterations of dopamine metabolism in rat liver.” (A. Tank, H. Weiner and J.A. Thurman)

Tarsitano, F. (1945) Bolletino della società italiana di biologia sperimentale, 20: 762–763. “La ricerca tossicologica della mescalina.” [CA (1946) 40: 66646.] [“Toxicological studies on mescaline.”]

Tarsitano, F. (1947) Folia Medica, 30: 340–344

Tayleur-Stockings, G. (1940) Journal of Mental Science, 86: 29–47. “A clinical study of the mescaline psychosis with special reference to the mechanism of the genesis of schizophrenia and other psychotic states.”

Taylor, Walter R. (1956) Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, 27: 215–234. “Some Implications of the Carbon-14 dates from a cave in Coahuila, Mexico.”

Teirich, H. (1954) Psyche (Stuttgart) 7: 637–640. “Ueber eine Meskalinschädigung.”

Teitel et al. (1972) J. Med. Chem. 15: 845

Teitel et al. (1974) J. Med. Chem. 17: 134 (S.Teitel, J. O’Brien, W. Pool & A. Brossi)

Telang, Sadanand Anant (1973) Phytochemistry, 12: 2059. “2-Hydroxymethyl-4-Methoxy-α-Pyrone From Opuntia polyacantha.”

Teles, F. et al. (1984) Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture, 35: 421–425.  “Amino and organic acids of prickly pear cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica L.).” (F. Teles, J. Stull, W. Brown & F. Whitting)

Tello, Julio César (1929) Antiguo Peru. Primera epoca. Lima

Tello, Julio César (1940) Primeros indicios de una cultura megalitica semjante a la de Chavin en la region central de Peru. Lima.

Tello, Julio César (1947) Paginas Escogidas. Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Lima, Peru

Tello, Julio César (1960) Chavin. Cultura Matriz de la Civilización Andina. Primera Parte. Imprenta de la Universidad de San Marcos. Lima.

Terry, Martin Kilman (2005) PhD Dissertation; Texas A&M University. A Tale of Two Cacti: Studies in Astrophytum asterias and Lophophora Williamsii. 178 pages.

Terry, Martin (2007) “Button, button, who’s got the button? Commerce, Religion, Drug Regulation and Conservation in the Current Peyote Trade of the Texas Borderlands.” [A talk presented to the Center for Big Bend Studies, November 2007.]

Terry, Martin (2007) Cactus Conservation in the US-Mexico Borderlands: Case Studies. []

Terry, Martin (2009)b. Cactus & Succulent Society Journal, Volume 80. “Stalking the Wild Lophophora.”
4: 181–186. “Part 1 Chihuahua and Coahuila”
5: 222–228. Part 2 Zacatecas, San Luis Potosí, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas”
6: 310–317. “Part 3 San Luis Potosí (central), Querétaro, and Mexico City”

Terry, Martin (2011) Phytologia, 93 (3): 330–340. “Regeneration of Lophophora Williamsii (Cactaceae) following mummification of its crown by natural freezing events, and some observations on multiple stem formation.“

Terry, Martin & James E. Mauseth (2006) Sida, 22 (1): 1565–592. “Root-shoot anatomy and post-harvest vegetative clonal development in Lophophora Williamsii (Cactaceae: Cacteae) Implications for conservation.”

Terry, Martin et al. (2006) Journal of Archaeological Science, 20: 1–5. “Lower Pecos and Coahuila peyote: new radiocarbon dates.” (Martin Terry, Karen L. Steelman, Tom Guilderson, Phil Dering & Marvin W. Rowe) [Interestingly, using his power as a peer reviewer for Nature, Juan Adovasio was able to thwart the first attempt to publish this paper which had corrected flaws in Adovasio’s work.]

Terry, Martin et al. (2011) Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, 5 (2): 661–675. “Limitations to natural production of Lophophora Williamsii (Cactaceae) I. Regrowth and survivorship two years post harvest in a South Texas population.” [Martin Terry, Keeper Trout, Bennie Williams, Teodoso Herrera & Norma Fowler]

Terry, M. et al. (2012) Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, 6 (2): 567–577. “Limitations to natural production of Lophophora Williamsii (Cactaceae) II. Effects of repeated harvesting at two-year intervals in a South Texas population.” (Martin K. Terry, Keeper Trout, Bennie Williams, Teodoso Herrera & Norma Fowler)

Tesoriere, L. (2005) Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry, 53 (20): 7851–7855. “Biothiols, taurine, and lipid-soluble antioxidants in the edible pulp of Sicilian cactus pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) fruits and changes of bioactive juice components upon industrial processing.” (Tesoriere L, Fazzari M, Allegra M, Livrea MA.) [from PubMed]

Texas Department of Public Safety. Peyote sales totals and distributors of Texas. Unpublished data available to the public on a walk-in basis.

Thale, T. et al. (1950) American Journal of Psychiatry, 106 (9): 686–691. “Hallucination and Imagery Induced by Mescaline.” (Interesting in spite of the fact they used psychiatric patients as guinea pigs.) (Thomas Thale, Beverly Wescott Gabrio and Kurt Salomon)

Thevet, André (1574) Histoire du Mexique.

Thompson, Charles Henry (1898) Annual Report of the Missouri. Botanical. Gardens, 9: 127–135. “The species of cacti commonly cultivated under the generic name Anhalonium.”

Thord-Gray, Ivor (1955) TARAHUMARA – ENGLISH ENGLISH – TARAHUMARA DICTIONARY, University of Miami Press, Coral Gables, Florida, 1170 pages with map.

Thuillier, J. (1956) Comptes Rendus des séances de la Société de Biologie et de ses filiales, 150: 1150–1151. “Suppression par la chlorpromazine des contractions utérines provoquées par la mescaline.”

Titelar, M. et al. (1988) Psychopharmacology 94(2): 213–216. “Radioligand binding evidence implicates the brain 5-HT2 receptor as a site of action for LSD and phenylisopropylamne hallucinogens.”

Tjio, J.H. et al. (1969) Journal of the American Medical Association, 210: 849. “LSD and chromosomes: A controlled experiment.” (Joe-Hin Tjio, Walter N. Pahnke & Albert A. Kurland) [Does not cause damage]

Tocher, R.D. (1972) Phytochemistry, 11: 1161

Todd, James S. (1969) Lloydia, 32 (3): 395–398. “Thin Layer Chromatographic analysis of Mexican populations of Lophophora (Cactaceae).”

Tomaso (1934) La Chimica, 10: 408

Tomina, L.D. et al. (1971) Izv. Akad. Nauk. SSSR, Ser. Khim. 10:2181. “Separation of racemic phenyl-α- and β-dialkylamino alcohols into optical isomers.” (L.D. Tomina, E.I. Klabunovskii, I. Yu, L.A. Kretova, N.L. Kholdyakov, T.A. Antonova and E.M. Cherkasova) [from Ranieri & McLaughlin 1977]

Tomita et al. (1963) Chem Pharm bull 11: 1477, 1484

Tomita et al. (1963) Tetrahedron Letters, 3: 127–130. “The Structure of Isopilocereine.” (M. Tomita, T. Kichuchi & K. Bessho)

Tomita, M & Y. Takano (1959) Yakugaku Zasshi, 79: 1331. From Patel 1968. [Unable to confirm. Our copies start with 1960.]

Tomita, M. & J. Kunitomo (1960) Yakugaku Zasshi, 80: 1300. [Also CA (1961) 55: 3641d.]

Tomko, J. et al. (1967) Lloydia, 30: 231.

Tonge, Sally R. & B.E. Leonard (1969) Life Sciences 8, part 1 (15): 805–814. “The Effects of Some Hallucinogenic Drugs Upon the Metabolism of 5-Hydroxy-Tryptamine in the Brain.”

Topchiev (1933) J. Appl. Chem., USSR 6: 529 [1934 CA 28: 2718]

Toro, Alfonso (1930) Proceedings of the Twenty-Third International Congress of Americanists (Held at New York, September 17–22, 1928) 101–121. “Las plantas sagradas de los Aztecas y su influencia sobre el arte precortesiano.”

Torres, Constantino Manuel (1996) Ann. Mus. civ. Roverto 11 (1995): 291–326. “Archaeological Evidence for the Antiquity of Psychoactive Plant Use in the Central Andes.”

Torres, Donna & Manuel Torres (1995) “San Pedro in the Pressure Pot.” pp. 283–284 in: Rätsch & Baker (eds.) Jahrbuch für Ethnomedizin und Bewußtseinsforschung. Issue #4.

Torres-Castillo J.A. et al. (2009) Phytochemistry, 70 (11–12): 1374–1381. “Characterization of a highly stable trypsin-like proteinase inhibitor from the seeds of Opuntia streptacantha (O. streptacantha Lemaire).” (J.A. Torres-Castillo, C. Mondragón Jacobo & A. Blanco-Labra) [from PubMed]

Towle, Margaret Ashley (1961) The Ethnobotany of Pre-Columbian Peru. [Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology No. 30. Aldine Publications, Chicago.]

Tranzer, J. P. & Thoenen, H. (1967) Experientia, 23: 743–745. “Electron microscopic localization of 5-hydroxydopamine (3,4,5-trihydroxy-phenyl-ethylamine), a new ”false” sympathetic transmitter.”

Trebach, Arnold S. (1987) The Great Drug War and Radical Proposals that Could Make America Safe Again. Macmillan Co.: New York.

Trejo-Gonzalez, A. et al. (1996) Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 55: 27–33. A purified extract from prickly pear cactus (Opuntia fulginosa) controls experimentally induced diabetes
in rats.” (A. Trejo-Gonzalez, G. Gabriel-Ortiz, A.M.
Puebla-Perez, M.D. Huizar-Contreras, M.R. Munguia-
Mazarigos & C.E. Mejia-Arreguins,)

Trout, K. (1998) Trout’s Notes on Tryptamines from Higher Plants. [TN# FS-X0] Better Days Publishing; Austin, TX.

Trout, K. (1999)a Trout’s Notes on Cactus Chemistry By Species. [TN#C-10a] Better Days Publishing; Austin, TX.

Trout, K. (1999)b Trout’s Notes on Sacred Cacti. Second Edition. [TN#SC2] Better Days Publishing; Austin, TX. [First edition 1997 by Narayan Publications; Sedona, AZ]]

Trout, Keeper & Burnt Norton (2010) Peyote in the Wilds of Texas. (

Trulson, M.E. et al. (1983) European Journal of Pharmacology, 96 (1-2): 151–154. “Mescaline elicits behavioral effects in cats by an action at both serotonin and dopamine receptors.” (M.E. Trulson, T. Crisp & L.J. Henderson)

Tsa Toke, Monroe (Huntinghorse) (1957) Visions and Descriptions of the Peyote Ritual. Grabhorn Press

Tsao, Makepeace U. (1951) Journal of the American Chemical Society, 73: 5495–5496. “A new synthesis of Mescaline.”

Tullar, J. (1948) Journal of the American Chemical Society, 70: 2067.

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Turner, D.M. (Joseph Vivian) (1994) The Essential Psychedelics Guide. Panther Press; San Francisco. ISBN: 0-9642636-1-0. 112 pages.

Turner, William J. & Jack J. Heyman (1960) Journal of Organic Chemistry, 25: 2250–2251. “The Presence of Mescaline in Opuntia cylindrica.”

Tursch, B. et al. (1965) Tetrahedron Letters, 47: 4161–4166. “Structure de l’acide mesembryanthemoidigenique, triterpene nouveau des cactacees.” (B. Tursch, J. Leclercq & G. Chiurdoglu)

Udenfriend, S. & J.R. Cooper (1952) Journal of Biological Chemistry, 196 (1): 227–223. “The chemical estimation of tyrosine and tyramine.”

Udenfriend, S. et al. (1959) Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 85 (2): 487–490. “Physiologically active amines in common fruits and vegetables.” (Sidney Udenfriend, Walter Lovenberg & Albert Sjoerdsma)

Ulett, George A. (1953) American Journal of Psychiatry, 109 (10): 741–748. “Preliminary observations on convulsive and subconvulsive treatments induced by intermittent photic stimulation.”

Umberger, C.J. (1954) in T.A. Gonzales, M. Vance, M. Halpern & C.J. Umberger (eds.) Legal Medicine, Pathology and Toxicology. 2nd Edition. Appleton-Century-Crofts: New York.

Underhill, Ruth (1952) Proceedings of the XXXth International Congress of Americanists, 143–148. “Peyote.”

Underhill, Ruth (1957) Ann. Am. Acad. Political and Social Sciences, 311: 127–136. “Religion Among American Indians.”

Unger, S.E. et al. (1980) Journal of Natural Products, 43 (2): 288–293. “Chemotaxonomy of Columnar Mexican Cacti by Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry” (S.E. Unger, R.G. Cooks, R. Mata & J.L. McLaughlin)

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Unger, Sanford M. (1963)b Psychiatry. Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes. 26 (2): 111–125. “Mescaline, LSD, Psilocybin and Personality Change: A Review.”

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Urbina, Manuel (1900) Anales del Museo Nacional de México, 7: 26–48. “El Peyote y el Ololiuhqui.”

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Usdin & Usdin (1961) Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 108: 461.

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Vanderveen, R.L. et al. (1974) Phytochemistry, 13 (5): 866–867. “N-Methyltyramine from Opuntia clavata.” (Randall L. Vanderveen, Leslie G. West & Jerry L. McLaughlin)

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Van Welsum, R.A. (1973) Journal of Chromatography, 78: 237–240. “A simplified procedure for the identification of drugs from the illicit street market by thin-layer chromatography.”

Vanderveen, R.L. et al. (1974) Phytochemistry, 13 (5): 866–867. “N-Methyltyramine from Opuntia clavata.” (Randall L. Vanderveen, Leslie G. West & Jerry L. McLaughlin)

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Vaupel, Friedrich (1916) Monatsschrifte für Kakteenkunde, 26: 120–125. “Neue südamerikanische Kakteen.” [Pages 122–123: II. Cereus tacaquirensis Vaupel spec. nov.]

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Verdeax, G. (1950) [Cited by Deniker 1957 but not listed among his references. Said to have shown that the alpha rhythm is blocked at the moment hallucinations begin.] The closest reference I can locate is Delay, Baruk, Verdeaux & Verdeaux.

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Vilcapoma, Graciela (2000) Quepo, 14: 59- “Frutas Silvestres de la Cuenca del Rio Chillón (Cactáceas).”

Viloria-Matos, A.J. et al. (2002) Rev. Fac. Agron., LUZ, 19: 324–331. “Estabilidad de betalaínas en pulpa de tuna (Opuntia boldinghii Britt. et Rose) sometidas a un proceso de liofilización.” (A.J. Viloria-Matos, D. Corbelli-Moreno, M.J. Moreno-Álvarez & D.R. Belén-Camacho) [from García Pantaleón et al. 2009]

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Vitalis, Daniel (2009a) “Ever Tried This PsychoActive Cactus?” [Online article at]

Vitalis, Daniel (2009b) “The Psychedelic Suguaro Cactus.” []

Vivanco Hidalgo, Eliana (2001) “El San Pedro entre ‘el bien y el mal: prácticas, discursos y conflictos en torno asu consumo en el Valle de Vilcabamba, Ecuador.” Artículo presentado en el Congreso Internacional de LASA 2001. Washington D.C, Septiembre, 6–8, 2001-08-20 (

Vivanco Hidalgo, Eliana (2000) “Vilcabamba: Conflictos culturales, prácticas y discursos en torno de uso del San Pedro.” Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Facultad de Ciencias humanas, Departamento de Antropología. Disertación previa a la obtención de la Licenciatura en Antropología, Quito. 122 pages. [Cited in Glass Coffin 2010 as Vivanco, Eliana 2000 ‘‘Vilcabamba: conflictos culturales, pra´cticas y discursos en torno al uso del San Pedro. Thesis, Quito: PUCE.] Thusfar this document has been unobtainable via any available channels. [from Vivanco Hidalgo 2001 and also

Vogel, J.H. et al. (2005) Journal of the American College of
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(J.H. Vogel, S.F. Bolling, R.B. Costello, E.M. Guarneri, M.W. Krucoff, J.C. Longhurst, B. Olshansky, K.R. Pelletier, C.M. Tracy, R.A. Vogel, R.A. Vogel, J. Abrams, J.L. Anderson, E.R. Bates, B.R. Brodie, C.L. Grines, P.G. Danias, G. Gregoratos, M.A. Hlatky, J.S. Hochman, S. Kaul, R.C. Lichtenberg, J.R. Lindner, R.A. O’Rourke, G.M. Pohost, R.S. Schofield, S.J. Shubrooks, C.M. Tracy & W.L. Winters, Jr)(Downloadable from
Why is it that anything containing the words “Consensus” with regards to the process of scientific inquiry is increasingly causing me to be cautious about trusting its results?

Vogel, W.H. (1970) Biochem. Pharm. 19: 2663.

Vogel, W.H. et al. (1967) Int. J. Neuropsychiatry, 3: 292.

Vogel, W.H. et al. (1973) Psychopharmacologia, 30: 145–151. “Macromerine, Normacromerine and Bisnormacromerine: Non-Psychoactive Methylated Derivatives of Norepinephrine.” (W.H. Vogel, B.D. Evans, E.M. Bonnem, J.F. Fischer & J.L. McLaughlin)

Vogt, M. (1935) Archiv für Experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie, 178: 560–576. “Die Verteilung von Arneneitstoffen auf verschiedene Regionen des Zentralnervensystems, Zugleich ein Betrag Zu Ihrer quantitativen Mikrobestimmung im Gewerbe Chinin und Mezkalin.”

Vollenweider, F. X. (2001) Dialogues in clinical neuroscience, 3: 265–279. “Brain mechanisms of hallucinogens and entactogens. “

Vollenweider, Franz X. & Michael Kometer (2010) Nature  Reviews Neuroscience, 11: 642–651 “The Neurobiology of Psychedelic Drugs.”

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von Euler, U.S. & F. Lishajko (1961) Acta Physiologica
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von Kamienski, Elard Stein (1957) Planta, 50: 315–330. “Untersuchungen über die flüchtigen amine der pflanzen. II. Mitteilung. Die amine von blüttenpflanzen und moosen.”

von Ladenberg, B. (1893) Monatsschrift für Kakteenkunde. 3: 70- . “Die Kakteen und Sukkulenten auf der internationalen Ausstellung in Gent.” [This includes the oldest photograph of a macrogonus that I can presently locate. See page 71.]

von Martius See as Martius

Von Reis Altschul, Siri (1973) Drugs and Foods from Little-Known Plants. Notes in Harvard University Herbaria. Harvard University Press. (Second printing in 1975.) ISBN 0-674-21676-8.

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