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Talon
#1 Posted : 1/4/2020 12:07:32 AM
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Hello everyone, Im so happy to have been able to apply to register here.

About me.
Over 40, Male and living in South Eastern Australia

12 months ago I had my 1st DMT experiance. This was over the course of two months maybe 6 occasions and vry small dose.

Since then I have been passivly interested. However in the last couple of months I have become very interested in Ethnobotany and the science of the whole journey.
Living in regional Australia. I have access to vast bushland with many many Acacias.

I have done my best to develop my capacity to identify species and certainly have an understanding of the plants the have consistantly high levels of alkaloids present. Of course I could simply purchase the product online, but for me I think this misses so much of the opportunity to learn from and immerse yourself in the universes desire to educate, engage and embrace.

So here is what im hoping to do and I would be very appreciative of anyones advice of suggestions.
I have access to a number of species, but the two I will experiment with are Acacia mearnsii and Acacia melanoxylon.
Im aware these two are a bit hit an miss, but Im keen to get into the A/B process simply to start my practical learning

The one Big question I have at the moment and one I have not been able to find any information on is, The possibility to derive active compounds from what is known as "Frass or borer dust". As im very much a lay person. I just had this grand idea that due to the content consistancy and location of this dust on and under the tree. what if some amazing biological magic happens to these byproducts of insect symbiosis.
Of course I will test bark and Philodes as well. But imagine the sustainable gathering potential, if this dust yeilds well.

Any way thanks for allowing me to become a member.

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SynKyd
#2 Posted : 1/10/2020 10:55:04 PM

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Talon wrote:
Hello everyone, Im so happy to have been able to apply to register here.

About me.
Over 40, Male and living in South Eastern Australia

12 months ago I had my 1st DMT experiance. This was over the course of two months maybe 6 occasions and vry small dose.

Since then I have been passivly interested. However in the last couple of months I have become very interested in Ethnobotany and the science of the whole journey.
Living in regional Australia. I have access to vast bushland with many many Acacias.

I have done my best to develop my capacity to identify species and certainly have an understanding of the plants the have consistantly high levels of alkaloids present. Of course I could simply purchase the product online, but for me I think this misses so much of the opportunity to learn from and immerse yourself in the universes desire to educate, engage and embrace.

So here is what im hoping to do and I would be very appreciative of anyones advice of suggestions.
I have access to a number of species, but the two I will experiment with are Acacia mearnsii and Acacia melanoxylon.
Im aware these two are a bit hit an miss, but Im keen to get into the A/B process simply to start my practical learning

The one Big question I have at the moment and one I have not been able to find any information on is, The possibility to derive active compounds from what is known as "Frass or borer dust". As im very much a lay person. I just had this grand idea that due to the content consistancy and location of this dust on and under the tree. what if some amazing biological magic happens to these byproducts of insect symbiosis.
Of course I will test bark and Philodes as well. But imagine the sustainable gathering potential, if this dust yeilds well.

Any way thanks for allowing me to become a member.

Peace

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Welcome to the nexus Talon!

I suppose anything is possible! Is it worthwhile to collect and extract is the question. All info I have read (limited knowledge here) indicates the root bark is much more useful than the roots or any part of the plant above ground.

Best of luck, and safe travels always Love
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downwardsfromzero
#3 Posted : 1/11/2020 2:55:16 AM

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Welcome, Talon!

There's tons of Acacia information on here as I'm sure you'll appreciate. Here's a few important threads, perhaps you seen some of them already?

Conserving Acacia Project
Trying to improve Acacia information
The Acacia Analysis Thread
The TOP 8 ACACIAS to Grow WORLDWIDE

Digging up roots of wild Acacias is poor conservation practice; alternatives do exist. Some species present with actives in the phyllodes.
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Talon
#4 Posted : 1/13/2020 12:06:09 AM
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Thanks for the input peeps. I really appreciate it.

Before I came here I had aready done qite a bit of research. My purpose is sustainable practice, so root bark not on my list.
I have selected a species that is abundant to me and has had reports of alchaloids. Just having fun and trying somthing I have not been able to find research on.

Go well every one.

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SynKyd
#5 Posted : 1/14/2020 3:09:51 AM

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Be sure and report back your findings.

Root bark can be harvested responsibly in a sustainable manner is my understanding, also.
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