coca leaves

coca leaves
A material containing the substance of a narcotic drug. 25 Am J2d Drugs § 34.

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  • On a New Organic Base in the Coca Leaves — is an 1860 dissertation written by Dr. Albert Niemann. Its title in German is Über eine neue organische Base in den Cocablättern. The piece describes, in detail, how Niemann isolated cocaine, a crystalline alkaloid. It also earned Niemann his… …   Wikipedia

  • Coca Colla — is an energy drink which is produced in Bolivia with the use of coca extract as its base. It was launched on the Bolivian market in La Paz, Santa Cruz and Cochabamba in mid April 2010.[1][2] Not only are the name and ingredients similar to Coca… …   Wikipedia

  • Coca eradication — is a controversial strategy strongly promoted by the United States government starting in 1961 as part of its War on Drugs to eliminate the cultivation of coca, a plant whose leaves are not only traditionally used by indigenous cultures but also …   Wikipedia

  • Coca-Cola — Emblem Das Logo (Schriftzug) von Coca Cola …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Coca — Co ca, n. [Sp., fr. native name.] The dried leaf of a South American shrub ({Erythroxylon Coca}). In med., called Erythroxylon. [1913 Webster] Note: Coca leaves resemble tea leaves in size, shape, and odor, and are chewed (with an alkali) by… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Coca-Cola — invented 1886 in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., by druggist Dr. John S. Pemberton. So called because original ingredients were derived from COCA (Cf. coca) leaves and COLA (Cf. cola) nuts. It contained minute amounts of cocaine until 1909. Drink the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Coca Sek — is a carbonated beverage that the Páez people of south western Colombia began selling in December, 2005. The drink is based on coca leaves, which native Colombian peoples have been consuming for centuries. The drink is described as having the… …   Wikipedia

  • Coca — For other uses, see Coca (disambiguation). Coca Erythroxylum coca Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …   Wikipedia

  • Coca tea — Two cups of coca tea Coca tea, also called mate de coca, is a tisane (herbal tea) made using the leaves of the coca plant; typically the raw leaves of the plant. It is made either by submerging the coca leaf or dipping a tea bag in hot water. The …   Wikipedia

  • coca — /koh keuh/, n. 1. a shrub, Erythroxylon coca, native to the Andes, having simple, alternate leaves and small yellowish flowers. 2. the dried leaves of this shrub, which are chewed for their stimulant properties and which yield cocaine and other… …   Universalium


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