Started by ForeverChanging, June 02, 2017, 03:01:31 AM
Quote from: ForeverChanging on June 02, 2017, 07:57:37 AMI have never extracted 5-MeO-DMT for personal use, just crude extractions for analysis, but theoretically yes, it would be pretty much the same extraction as DMT. As for A. falcata, the alkaloids found were either 5-MeO-DMT, or bufotenine, or small amounts of DMT.. bufotenine can be easily separated due to it's polarity, it should stay in the acqueous layer when extracting with naphtha/hexane/heptane since it is too polar, while 5-MeO-DMT and DMT should come across.. Separating 5-MeO-DMT and DMT would be a bit more complex due to the similar polarities but it is still theoretically possible in a number of ways.. I (or someone else) would have to experiment though. Either way it would be definitely worth to do an A/B and see what you have.. The final product could be tested with TLC (easy enough for everyone) or I could help getting it tested in a lab.HumbleVoyager, I've never heard of anyone having success with virola resin, but to be honest I havent heard of anyone trying virola resin in general, so.... I'd try an A/B for sure. One could even try to use a less selective solvent like xylene/toluene (or limonene and then backsalting with acidic solution) to make sure one is getting more of the alkaloids. I can help it getting tested if someone does this
Quote from: jamie on April 28, 2018, 09:57:58 AMMost plants are still untested, and the focus was on phalaris grasses and virolas etc until everyone got into toads. The Digitaria species of grasses would probly be one place to start for anyone so inclined, due to a small handful of leads. Testing all these plants is a big job that people will do sooner or later.I also agree that outside of personal botanical interests, synth is the way to go.
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