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#1 Posted : 11/18/2010 4:14:21 AM

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Hello. I was wondering about storing ayahuasca, or reduced ayahuasca. It occurs to me that instead of cooking for a few hours every time you take a trip, it might be easier to cook a lot once, and store it. What if you cook a bunch of mimosa in vinegar, reduce it, and store it in a jar? Would it keep ok?

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#2 Posted : 11/18/2010 4:40:14 AM

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Everything should in theory be fairly stable as salts in the acidic solution, provided it is sealed up tight with min headspace in a fridge and not exposed to light.
 
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#3 Posted : 11/18/2010 9:50:22 AM

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I've kept reduced brews in the fridge for several months, and I never had a problem. The jars are always way too big (ELF olive jars, these days Cool ). I started sterilizing them for good luck, but, storing in the fridge is quite stable. I cook 2 kilos at a time for personal use, and that lasts me about 2 months... Some batches I've made for microdosing have been kicking around for much longer than that and I've never had a problem.

3 years of brewing and not a speck of mold or a bubble of fermentation. Wink
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#4 Posted : 11/18/2010 5:49:55 PM

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Yes, and you can even prolong it if you are unsure after some months by re-cooking it for a while and then putting it back into the fridge.

The thicker and more concentrated (and sweeter - sugar is used to preserve food) it is, the longer it will last.
 
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#5 Posted : 11/18/2010 6:14:09 PM

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ms_manic_minxx wrote:
I've kept reduced brews in the fridge for several months, and I never had a problem. The jars are always way too big (ELF olive jars, these days Cool ). I started sterilizing them for good luck, but, storing in the fridge is quite stable. I cook 2 kilos at a time for personal use, and that lasts me about 2 months... Some batches I've made for microdosing have been kicking around for much longer than that and I've never had a problem.

3 years of brewing and not a speck of mold or a bubble of fermentation. Wink


Thanks for the responses, people. But 2 kilos!? 2 KILOS!!?!?? Even if you are dosing at 200mg every time, that's 100 trips. You do 100 trips in 2 months? Are you on a perma trip?
 
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#6 Posted : 11/18/2010 7:57:19 PM

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Perma tripping? Yes. Very happy

Two kilos of whole vine, I mean. My math may have been slightly off. Maybe it lasts three months, but I do cook pretty frequently. Razz I usually drink around 125g of Caapi, maybe every 5 or so days? Plus microdoses? Plus the occasional scraggaly friend banging on my door and begging for a good puke?

Caapi is my fuel. I am a high octane woman. I have a strong personality and like a strong cup of tea. Wink
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#7 Posted : 11/18/2010 8:13:30 PM

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ooo...you minxx..are some kind of faery wizard shaman womanVery happy ...

Yes, you can store ayahuasca for a long time..
 
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#8 Posted : 11/23/2010 12:02:47 AM

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I'm in peru and I carry two bottles of ayahuasca since one month. Now there are well fermented (they didn't used vinegar where I was). I guess I can recook those and store them for ulterior use when I'll be back home in one month ?

BTW I've drank fermented ayahuasca here and I've to say that I prefer the taste of fermented ayahuasca and it was quite effective...
 
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#9 Posted : 11/23/2010 1:17:44 AM

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Can anyone explain chemically what might happen with fermented Ayahuasca? I've read about it lots, but don't have any experience.

I'd be up for experimenting if it tastes nice. Smile
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#10 Posted : 12/23/2010 11:46:17 PM
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ms_manic_minxx, I'm curious about your mention of microdosing with Ayahuasca. Can you give some details on what size of microdoses you use, frequency & the effects & benefits you see in microdosing?
 
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#11 Posted : 12/24/2010 12:02:47 AM

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Is there a problem freezing it?
 
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#12 Posted : 12/24/2010 6:14:38 AM

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Freezing it wont be a problem, it will store probably longer than you'll live that way Razz
 
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#13 Posted : 3/18/2011 4:40:56 PM

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Since Fermentation might be the key to great tasting Ayahusca, maybe we can come up with the right stains to inoculate the Brew with.

For example, what if one used a kefir grain or two to cultivate probiotic ayahuasca, would this end up making one real sick, or might it make a better tasting naturally preserved beverage.

My concern would be components of Kefir grain, and or byproducts of Kefir fermentation, being in-compatable with MAOI principle.

Any ideas any one....

Thanks...

 
 
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