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#81 Posted : 1/13/2016 8:37:03 AM

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#82 Posted : 1/24/2016 10:19:48 PM
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Hi all,

Here are the results on an extraction from a species of Acacia that we believe was Acacia Mangium.

Unfortunately my friend (who carried out the extraction and also the TLC testing) was unable to find evidence of DMT within the extracted substance.

Acacia Mangium Extraction TLC Results

A setback for us, but some knowledge for the community. It's all good :-)

#83 Posted : 1/31/2016 12:50:37 AM

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thanks for the info Smile .. been curious about mangium for a while. did you guys only do the one test? multiple tests at different times of year will be needed to rule it out..
#84 Posted : 12/31/2016 2:31:45 PM
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What about Acacia Acuminata seeds, do they contain any alkaloids?
#85 Posted : 3/12/2017 1:59:20 PM

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I may have missed a post on this, but earlier there was mention by nen of the possibility that the harmine observed in a couple of samples might have been an artefact of the extended acidic heating during extraction. It was asked if anyone knew whether that was likely or possible, but didn't notice a response to that. So, does anyone know? I am no chemist, that's for sure!
#86 Posted : 6/20/2018 11:16:33 PM

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Added 2 more results to original post, two Acacia simplex extractions with amazing yields and clean alkaloid profile.
#87 Posted : 6/20/2018 11:53:38 PM

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Thank you Endlessness for your publication Smile
Around the internet, this is the more recent analysis of this tree, last one was in 1974 by poupat ... I'm still dubitative concerning the compound. The old study claims for more compounds (formymethyl tryptamine, b-carboline).
To add a bit of information, the lower trunk bark has been "washed" by separating outer trunk bark (sun/air exposed) and inner trunk bark (inside part, near the trunk) before extracting. Only the inner bark has been used for extraction. Maybe it could affect yield and compounds/yield.
The old study claim to have harvested bark in May, us was in October (before dry season / after dry season), and just after the peak of a full moon...
I have bark in the freezer from another tree, that have been harvested in february, no extractions have been conducted on atm.
Our further way for research is too :

- wait for a full moon on a wednesday near october
- harvest bark on the same tree at sunrise
- dry it
- conduct extraction on a wednesday at sunrise

Why wednesday ? Because we believe in that acacia trees are under influence of the Mercury planet, so the days for acting on is wednesday. We may see if theses factor can act on our actions. In spagyrie medicine, this is crucial to enhance the quintessence of our final elixir Smile
Thank you, once again, for time you take, for your implication and the work you do for us.

#88 Posted : 6/21/2018 10:41:51 PM

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since simplex is also a quite fast grower this high yield is amazing!
I am curious to know if leaves could yield a similar profile and amount. Thanks!
#89 Posted : 10/6/2019 12:58:46 PM

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A friend tested Vachellia drepanolobium or Acacia drepanolobium, harvested bark from Tanzania, and found no traces of DMT.
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