Tyramine

December 19, 2005

Tyramine is a poisonous alkaloid found in the holiday plant mistletoe. While it is useful in some medicinal applications, the berries of the mistletoe plant contain poisonous amounts of tyramine. Be sure to mind children and pets while enjoying the holiday season.

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