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Acacia filiciana is a small tree native to Mexico. Its roots provide a potentially psychoactive addition to Pulque, a fermented drink derived from agave. The Aztecs called the tree Ocpatl. Today in Mexican Spanish it is called palo de pulque, or Pulque Tree.
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