The seeds of this native Australian Cocaine bush plant are offered at $10 per 5 seeds.Add $4 pack/post to the order.

A shrub/small tree that grows up to 4.5 meters tall with leaves from 1 cm to 3.5 cm long.

The ripe fruit is up to 1 cm long, red and contains one seed.

Teteye, COLOMBIA: Javier Marroquin, a Colombian coca grower peasant, shows coca seeds in his plantation nearby San Miguel river, in Teteye, department of Putumayo, bordering with Ecuador, 15 December, 2006. Ecuador is considering recalling its ambassador to Bogota over what it deemed a hostile move by Colombia to relaunch its drug-fighting crop fumigation program along the countries’ shared border. Colombia, meanwhile, has defended the decision, saying it is taking the measures in response to a “substantial increase” in the number of coca crops, which it says are used to finance “narcoterrorism” in the area. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo Buendia (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP via Getty Images)

The flowers are solitary or paired with white petals.

Its habitat ranges fromstony/rocky hillside slopes to open sclerophyll forest, from NT through Queensland to northern NSW..

Active Constituents: The leaves contain 0.8% meteloidine. a cocaine-like alkaloid.

The plant is known by a variety of names including Brigalow erythroxylon shrub and dogwood (unrelated to Cornus).

The plant grows in a wide variety of habitats in subcoastal and coastal regions, ranging from dry rainforest and vine thickets to open savanna woodland.

small coca leaf plant in the middle of the Peruvian jungle
COROICO, BOLIVIA – DECEMBER 21: A man tends to his coca plants December 21, 2005 in the town of Coroico in the Yungas, Bolivia. Evo Morales, the newly elected Bolivian president and the former leader of the largest union of coca growers in central Bolivia’s Chapare jungle, has championed coca production and farmers. Morales has simultaneously promised to crack down on cocaine traffickers in Bolivia, the source of 16 percent of the world’s cocaine. Many Bolivians view the green plant as sacred and Aymara Indians have chewed it for centuries to protect against hunger and fatigue. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Erythroxylum australe is legal to cultivate in the United States.


Family: Erythroxylaceae

Genus: Erythroxylum

Species: australe

Erythroxylum australe seeds are legal to posses in the United States.

Erythroxylon australe is often requested by coal mining companies for rehabilitation purposes owing to its presence on the pre-mining landscapes.

PlantNET (The NSW Plant Information Network System). Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust, Sydney.


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Author: Henry