1995, he says (p. 97)
"In 1916 he (William E. Safford, a highly respected U.S. Department of Argiculture specialist until the 1930s) has successfully shown that the botanical source of the psychoative snuff 'cohoba' was not tobacco but rather the seed of a leguminous tree identified now as "anadenanthera peregrina." It was an important discovery that had eluded botanists for four hundred years, ever since the use of the drug was first observed among the Taino Indians in Hispaniola in 1496."
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