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IMPORTANT: spice color purity fallacy AKA is your dmt ok to smoke ? Options
 
brilliantlydim
#21 Posted : 8/4/2015 5:19:40 AM

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Using ACRB, and Max Ion Tek with a back salting stage to clean up I have been getting whiter than white little crystals and clear goo. When I scrape up the goo it tends to have a slightly yellow tinge to it. As it sits in a glass container after about a week or two it develops a reddish tinge. I've been smoking it, definitely active and the smoke is not really harsh at all. Everything tells me its good, just wondering if anyone else has the colour change happen over about a week or so and if this sounds about right or not.

Except for the white crystals that are caught up in the goo, I haven't tried them yet. I think they are pretty pure, they haven't changed colour at all, and I am saving them for when I have my smoalking technique down and ready to attempt a break through.
 

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#22 Posted : 8/4/2015 8:24:32 AM

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ehud wrote:
Using ACRB, and Max Ion Tek with a back salting stage to clean up I have been getting whiter than white little crystals and clear goo. When I scrape up the goo it tends to have a slightly yellow tinge to it. As it sits in a glass container after about a week or two it develops a reddish tinge. I've been smoking it, definitely active and the smoke is not really harsh at all. Everything tells me its good, just wondering if anyone else has the colour change happen over about a week or so and if this sounds about right or not.


I experienced the same with the yellow-reddish colour change of the impurities in my spice. When I have collected enough impure spice from pervious attempts, I do a re-x.


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brilliantlydim
#23 Posted : 9/26/2015 6:35:50 AM

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Well I've re-zed my red stuff and it comes back red again. I've been using it, and it works but I don't really have anything else to reference it with. Seems natural to me that its from the plant, as the ACRB has red pigments.
 
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#24 Posted : 5/25/2016 4:19:11 PM

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I know the original post was made about 6 years ago but I thought I'd chime in anyways. The spice I have left over from an extraction over 1.5 years ago looks yellow now, but when it was fresh it actually was almost pure white. Now it's got that yellow that I've always seen before when someone would share their spice with me. It took it some months to turn yellow, and may be also because the container isn't airtight. Either way, the spice I have is as good now as it was when it looked white.
 
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#25 Posted : 11/28/2016 3:35:07 AM

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brilliantlydim wrote:
Well I've re-zed my red stuff and it comes back red again. I've been using it, and it works but I don't really have anything else to reference it with. Seems natural to me that its from the plant, as the ACRB has red pigments.

I have had the same issue with ACRB, the solvent would bringing over RED oils.

Check this out I have had success with this method.
https://www.dmt-nexus.me/forum/d...&m=679091#post679091

P.S. The best I ever made one time came out in a nice fluffy bright yellow.
 
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#26 Posted : 8/2/2018 9:33:54 PM

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HERE I have some Science stuff about different levels of DMT contamination and what Purity is linked to that colour - maybe helpful to judge by eye what could be the content of yours.
Check the

BIG Analysis on DMT !

Lots of interesting and possibly new stuff unraveled ;o
 
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