urushibara (Hive Bee) 02-06-03 17:21 No 405122 : dmt, acacia bark, and turps Bookmark : I have recently had this nutty idea that perhaps it would make sense to extract alkaloids from acacia maidenii in the first phase by using mineral turpentine. Fitzgerald, J.S. Acacia is used for high cholesterol, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome boil the root bark in vinegar and pour off the vinegar into another container and repeat (some say up to 3 times). For many centuries, the Aztecs and other indigenous groups used the Mimosa hostilis/tenuiflora root bark to treat skin burns and wounds. Entheogenic drugs and the archaeological record, List of psychoactive plants, fungi, and animals. 1997. White, E.P. Hurst, E. 1942. & Norvell, M.J. 1966. Johns, S.R. 2009. Bark is a source of DMT. Free postage. FOA Reference. Collins, D.J. Branchlets angular towards apices, light brown or grey, with prominent lenticels. Mydriatic Productions, USA. 1967. Would the link you posted before be a good tek to use? Berkeley, California. 316 sold. Bark (all variants) is longitudinally fissured on main stems (especially near base), smooth on upper branches, and grey. 0.02-0.06% alkaloids from stems and leaves, consisting of tryptamine and phenethylamine; Claims of tryptamines in this species are unreferenced. What do you mean by ego death? Thanks Acacia maidenii: 0.6% NMT and DMT in about a 2:3 ratio in the stem bark, both present in leaves Acacia mangium: Psychoactive Acacia melanoxylon: DMT, in the bark and leaf but less than 0.02% total alkaloids Frequently bought together + + Acacia maidenii Maidens Wattle - Fresh Organic Seed - Native Shaman Medicinal. Understandable, I just wanted to let you know the percent of active alkaloids.. will help determine your percent yield. (Mimosaceae) methanol root bark extract.” Nigerian J. of Pharmaceutical Sciences 8(1):66-72. Would this. “The isolation and identification of three alkaloids from Acacia berlandieri.” Toxicon 4:85-90. 0.01% Nicotine was reported from leaves, but identity of the plant was not certain; 0.025% alkaloids from leaves, including N-methyl-phenethylamine and N-methyl-tyramine (both tentatively identified). “Het voorkomen van nicotine in het genus Acacia.” Pharmaceutisch Weekblad 95:233-235. 38B:718-725. http://www.erowid.org/plants/mimosa/mimosa_chemistry1.shtml, http://psilocyber.awardspace.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=12&Itemid=2, http://www.erowid.org/plants/acacia/acacia_extract1.shtml. “Alkaloids of Acacia baileyana.” Lloydia 36(2):211-213. 1957. Acacia Confusa/Acacia longifolia. Planta Medica 19:55-62. Fitzgerald, J.S. et al. You must log in or register to reply here. The leaves are long and green, the flowers occurring in yellow sprays, the seedpods twisted and decorative. Acacia obtusifolia (= A. intertexta): DMT in bark at 0.1–0.7%; 5-MeO-DMT possibly present in trace amounts. Contains alkaloids in leaves, stems and unripe seed pods. 1973. Tentative positive for DMT in aerial parts of a 1 yr old plant, and 5-MeO-DMT in roots of 2 yr old seedlings; This page was last edited on 2 August 2020, at 16:10. Species : acuminata; confusa; elata; maidenii; obtusifolia; phlebophylla; and other species. Planta Medica 21:200-209. Acacia is a genus of shrubs and small trees, some of which produce DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, and/or other alkaloids of interest in their bark and/or leaves. Wanting to know what tek to use for acacia maidenii. 1965 . Species containing a concentration of alkaloids of 0-0.02% include: Acacia species having little or no alkaloids in the material sampled. J . Data derived from Flora of Australia Volumes 11A (2001), 11B (2001) and 12 (1998), products of ABRS, ©Commonwealth of Australia. Salisu, Y. et al. Tentative identification of 5-MeO-DMT and an unidentified β-carboline from immature seed pods; Up to 0.18% alkaloids from tops, mostly tryptamine with some phenethylamine; 0.15-1.18% alkaloids from flowers, equal amounts tryptamine and phenethylamine; 0.016% alkaloids from leaves, including (tentatively identified), 0.1-0.6% alkaloids in leaves, consisting of, Has been claimed to be psychoactive, but this is not supported by the reference given, Putative species claimed to contain DMT and NMT, without a reference; possibly assumed due to supposed use in, Probably psychoactive; roots used in Zimbabwe as an aphrodisiac and to treat dizziness, convulsions and body pains. & Shulgin, A. Leaves of this (and/or other plants) and tobacco, are occasionally smoked with. Browse 565 cascara bark importers, buyers & distributors from USA, India, Australia, UK, Canada, South Africa, UAE, France, US Virgin Islands, and other cascara bark importing countries. Centralbl. Trout, K. 2005. Acacia species having little or no alkaloids in the material sampled[41] & Nigam, S.S. 1971. V. The occurrence of methylated tryptamines in Acacia maidenii F. Muell.” Aust. "Ask Barney" column. Khalil, S.K.W. 1997. “Alkaloids of the Australian Leguminosae. Chem. Rovelli, B. 1951. Bark is a source of DMT. Auflage. “Alkaloids of Acacia I. NbNb-Dimethyltryptamine in Acacia phlebophylla F. Muell.” Aust. 35B:451-455. Acacia maidenii - Maiden's Wattle - 30 Seeds. & Sioumis, A.A. 1965. et al. Claimed to contain up to 1.8% DMT in bark, 0.2-0.6% in leaf, 0.3% N-methyl-tetrahydroharman, traces of, 2.1% Nicotine (w/w), 1.2% calycotomine (d/w) from leaves. White, E.P. English Title: Nutritive value assessment of the tropical shrub legume Acacia angustissima: anti-nutritional compounds and in vitro digestibility. “The occurrence of N-methyl-β-phenylethylamine in Acacia prominens A. Cunn.” New Zealand J. Sci. (Alkaloids of The Australian Leguminosae - The Occurrence of Methylated Tryptamines in Acacia maidenii F. Muell. Used in Pituri, but not known if psychoactive. Acacia maidenii, was reported to contain 0.6% alkaloids in the bark, of which 1/3 was N-methyl tryptamine, and 2/3 was Dimethyl Tryptamine (DMT). Talk at Intra Cortex 2002 Doon Doon, NSW. salt. Acacia maidenii: DMT in bark at 0.36%; 5-MeO-DMT in trace amounts. 33B:54-60. recent Net reports, Australian underground info. 3.6 out of 5 stars 9 ratings | 3 answered questions Price: $46.65 ($2.94 / Ounce) + $9.74 shipping: Save 10% on 3 select item(s). Personal Authors: McSweeney, C. S., Krause, D. O., Palmer, B., Gough, J., Conlan, L. L., Hegarty, M. P. Australian Journal of Chemistry 20:811-813. Repke, D.B. Acacia. Maiden’s Acacia (Acacia maidenii) This Acacia is a strong producer of DMT and has been well employed in modern times throughout the world. “Review on plants with CNS-effects used in traditional South African medicine against mental diseases.” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 119:513-537. White, E.P. Stafford, G. et al. Older trees tend to have a higher percentage of dimethyltryptamine and more alkaloids are present after rain during sum… “Reversed-phase high-pressure liquid chromatography of some tryptamine derivatives.” Journal of Chromatography 157:365-370. 18:433-434. 1978. The B. caapivine is considered to be the “spirit” of ayahuasca, the gatekeeper, and guide to the otherworldly realms. 0.02-0.07% alkaloids in leaves and stems, including tryptamine (tentatively identified) and a phenethylamine. 2008. Was hoping to find out the quick and easy way to make DMT from these ingredients.. any other information would be appreciated. 1975. ex Benth.” Australian Journal of Chemistry 19:1539-1540. New content will be added above the current area of focus upon selection 0.036% alkaloids from leaves, including β-methyl-phenethylamine, tyramine and N-methyl-tyramine, A claim of β-methyl-phenethylamine, phenethylamine, amphetamines and mescaline in this species, β-methyl-phenethylamine in leaves, tentatively identified, 3.6% alkaloids from leaves and stem bark (40% NMT, 22.5% DMT, 12.7% 2-methyl-tetrahydro-β-carboline, and traces of N-formyl-NMT which might be an artefact of extraction), 0.21-0.35% alkaloids from leaves and stems, about 2/3 phenethylamine, Up to 0.89% alkaloids from leaves and stems, 0.05-0.17% from unripe pods, mostly phenethylamine, 0.008% alkaloids from leaves including β-methyl-phenethylamine and tyramine (tentatively identified), Tryptamine, in the leaf and stem (up to 83% of total alkaloids); alkaloid content was highest in autumn and spring (0.12-0.28%), lowest in summer and winter (0.03-0.08%). “A quantitative method for the alkaloid of Acacia berlandieri.” Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 49:158-160. Clement, B.A. 51: 398 (1892). Ingredients I have are.. Diggers drain cleaner concentrate (98% sodium hydroxide) Bondall hydrochloric acid. Crash Collusion magazine 8:39-43. Reaching 20-50 feet, maidenii forms a dense canopy of phyllodes with golden blooms. 1954. xylene solvent based. Yeah I read that one but it doesn't seem very in depth as most. 0.04% alkaloids in seeds and unripe seed pods; Has been included on a list of psychoactive plants. Care and Cultivation of Acacia maidenii Acacia maidenii can reach 5 metres tall (some sources say 15-20m) with a similar spread. The Poison Plants of New South Wales. Native to Austrailia, this perennial evergreen can be found growing at the edges of rainforests. ' Sub species Acacia burkittii ' is now considered its own species. Acacia maidenii: DMT in bark at 0.36%; 5-MeO-DMT in trace amounts Acacia obtusifolia (= A. intertexta): DMT in bark at 0.1–0.7%; 5-MeO-DMT possibly present in trace amounts Acacia phlebophylla: DMT leaf at 0.3% Acacia simplicifolia: DMT in bark at 0.81% Anadenanthera peregrina: DMT in immature seeds at 0.16%; 5-MeO-DMT in roots 0.678% The following events are as far divorced from reality as the experience of the drug itself :-) I discovered that a local plant, Acacia maidenii, was reported to contain 0.6% alkaloids in the bark, of which 1/3 was N-methyl tryptamine, and 2/3 was Dimethyl Tryptamine (DMT). Some plants may contain DMT in the bark and leaf, but may have been misidentified as most do not. & Tech. von (1892) Botanisches Centralblatt 51: 398. Acacia maidenii F.Muell. Author Affiliation: CSIRO Livestock Industries, Long Pocket Laboratories, 120 Meiers Road, Indooroopilly, Qld 4068, Australia. Liu, K.-C. et al. et al. I'm from Aus and I can't get a hold of Mimosa Hostilis root bark and the next best thing seems to be Acacia Maidenii bark. DESCRIPTION. Heffter, B. Second edition. Nen. Clement, B.A. & Camp, B.J. If the steps of this extraction are followed precisely on 500g of acacia root bark, a maximum (theoretical) yield of 5.75g of DMT can be expected. Gupta, G.L. Mueller, F.J.H. Furthermore, Mimosa hostilis/tenuiflora is an excellent body paint or natural coloring agent for textiles. Acacia is a genus of shrubs and small trees, some of which produce DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, and/or other alkaloids of interest in their bark and/or leaves. The Entheogen review 14(1):116-118. Acacia maidenii F.Muell., Bot. TIHKAL. It has been used by ancient tribes and cultures around the world for its DMT content. “Alcaloïdes de Acacia simplicifolia.” Phytochemistry 15:2019-2020. 0.15-0.6% alkaloids from bark, 0.07% from fresh tips. “Evaluation of further legumes, mainly Lupinus and Acacia species for alkaloids.” New Zealand J. Sci. Acacia simplicifolia: DMT in bark at 0.81% Camp, B.J. APNI*. of Hong Kong." Acacia maidenii is a plant of the moist, warm temperate and subtropical zones of eastern Australia, where it is found at elevations up to 900 metres. et al. Maiden's Wattle is similar in appearance to the much more common Lightwood (Acacia implexa), a highly variable species which occurs in the same areas. J. Chem. Rätsch, C. 2005. 1996. British tabloids and LEO don't seem to understand the difference between bark and actual DMT. Wattle; Maiden's Wattle (A. maidenii); Buffalo Sallow Wattle (A. phlebophylla) EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION. AT Verlag, 2004, 941 Seiten. 1960. Acacia, Maiden's Wattle (Acacia maidenii), packet of 10 seeds. Balandrin, M.F. “Isolation of tryptamine from some Acacia species.” New Zealand J. Sci. 1944b. & Tech. The bark contains 0.36% DMT as well as 0.24% of N-methyltryptamine. et al. The bark and leaves are both used to make extracts which are powerfully psychedelic and create colorful, visual hallucinations. This is a list of Acacia species (sensu lato) that are known to contain psychoactive alkaloids, or are suspected of containing such alkaloids due to being psychoactive. “Isolation of N-methyltryptamine from Acacia confusa bark.” Lloydia 28(3):207-208. 17:160-2. & Elkheir, Y.M. "Alkaloids of the Australian Leguminosae III. Tree prefers part shade to sun and fast draining soil. CSIRO Australia. The unusual sap colouring is caused by carotene dissolved in oil held in wood pores. 2005. "Some thoughts on analysis and comparisons of extracts and synthetic DMT." Tree prefers part shade to sun and fast draining soil. 1/2) 175-190. Camp, B.J. The presence and constitution of alkaloids in nature can be highly variable, due to environmental and genetic factors. Mulga. et al. Duboisia hopwoodii - Pituri Bush - Solanaceae - Central America, Wattle Seed Workshop Proceedings 12 March 2002, Canberra March 2003 RIRDC Publication No 03/024, RIRDC Project No WS012-06, Ask Dr. Shulgin Online: Acacias and Natural Amphetamine, "Acacia Complanata Phytochemical Studies", NMR spectral assignments of a new chlorotryptamine alkaloid and its analogues from Acacia confusa, Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen By Robert Hegnauer, Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases, "Acacia obtusifolia Phytochemical Studies", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Acacia_species_known_to_contain_psychoactive_alkaloids&oldid=970817846, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles lacking reliable references from March 2016, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 0.04-0.82% alkaloids in leaves and stems, 0.08% in ripe pods, mostly phenethylamine. 2009. Edited by B.R.Maslin Likes a full sun position with well drained soil and adequate water for the first year or two. Aust. The root bark of the Acacia confusa tree has been shown to contain up to 1.15% DMT. Nb-methyltetrahydroharman from Acacia complanata A. Cunn. They also used it to make tea. 1990. However, anecdotal evidence suggests that the concentration of dimethyltryptamine and other tryptamines in A. maidenii is very variable and may be zero in some varieties. Acacia Bark, Powder - Wildcrafted - Acacia Arabica (454g = One Pound) Brand: Herbies Herbs Brand: Herbies Herbs. “Legumes examined for alkaloids – additions and corrections.” New Zealand J. Sci. "Nb-Methylated tryptamines and other constituents of Acacia confusa Merr. Cascara Bark Importers. “Studies on the constituents of the cortex radicis of Acacia confusa.” Chemistry (The Chinese Chemical Society, Taiwan) 1:15-16. 25B:157-162. Medicinal Plants in Tropical West Africa, Oliver-Bever, Cambridge University Press, 1986. Only 2 left. Maiden’s Acacia (Acacia maidenii) Maiden’s Acacia is a well-known Ayahuasca analog, being a wonderful source of DMT. 1967. Enzyklopädie der psychoaktiven Pflanzen, Botanik, Ethnopharmakologie und Anwendungen, 7. acacia maidenii bark. The Occurrence of Phenylethylamine Derivatives in Acacia Species." "HPLC-MS analysis of Acacia obtusifolia." & Vaughan, G.N. Author. "Occurrence of psychodelic substances in some Indian medicinal plants." 2007. Pedley APNI*. Shop items. Distribution: Qld. “Alkaloids of the Australian Leguminosae VII. 25B:139-142. AU $2.60 postage. A great potted tree or landscape plant for frost-free areas. Document Title: Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2005 (Vol. 1976. Acacia maidenii, was reported to contain 0.6% alkaloids in the bark, of which 1/3 was N-methyl tryptamine, and 2/3 was Dimethyl Tryptamine (DMT). Ghosal, S. 1972. NSW. The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants (English language edition). Arthur, H.R. Also known as maiden’s wattle, acacia maidenii is one of the more popular acacia species although it is becoming increasingly scarce in the wild. “Toxic amines and alkaloids from Acacia rigidula.” Phytochemistry 49(5):1377-1380. Synonyms: Racosperma maidenii (F.Muell.) "Chemical examination of the leaves of Acacia concinna." & Moore, J.A. Adams, H.R. Leather tanning Acacia acuminata typical bark ,finely shredded , price per kg ... 66 sold. Park Street Press, Vermont. 1.3-1.88% alkaloids from leaves and stems, mostly (92%) phenethylamine; 0.2-1% alkaloids from tops, 0.14-0.29% from flowers; consisted mostly of tryptamine-like alkaloids (tryptamine itself found in some flowers), with small amount of phenethylamine. Phyllodes narrowly elliptic to very narrowly elliptic, mostly straight or subfalcate, 8–18 cm long, 7–22 mm wide, usually ± glabrous except for … Ayahuasca (also known as yagé) brews, which are made of DMT containing plants along with MAOI plants containing harmala alkaloids (traditionally Banisteriopsis caapi), have been used in South America for hundreds, if not thousands of years for healing and divinatory purposes. Transform Press, California. Lightwood flowers in summer, has globular flower heads, more flattened seed- pods, generally larger, more sickle shaped phyllodes and coarser, more flaky bark. Fikenscher, L.H. 1998. Acacia maidenii contains tryptamines, mainly in the bark. Fitzgerald and Siournis reported in the Australian Journal of Chemistry (1965, volume 18, pp. “Phytochemical and antibacterial investigation of bark extracts of Acacia nilotica.” J. of Medicinal Plants Research 3(2):82-85. “Dimethyltryptamine from the leaves of certain Acacia species of Northern Sudan.” Lloydia 38(3):176-177. It is wildly available growing throughout Australia and California. Hordenine, tyramine and N-methyltyramine in leaves; 0.65% alkaloids from leaves and stems, 0.58% from pods and 0.09% from seeds, mostly phenethylamine. Maiden’s Wattle. The resin is very commonly associated with Pituri use, especially in Australia. Cream rod-like flowers occur in summer. 1966. JavaScript is disabled. & Tech. Rätsch, Christian. 0.02-0.09% alkaloids from stems and leaves. Lou, V. et al. Acacia maidenii F.Muell. White, E.P. AU $3.15. Don't have any experience with Australian customs myself though have heard they're a bit tough, but I … J. Chem. Needs research. White, E.P. Plants For Medicines. Acacia phlebophylla: DMT leaf at 0.3%. The Entheogen Review 14(1):113-115. Claims of DMT and other tryptamines in leaf and bark are unreferenced. 1964. 0.13-0.71% alkaloids from bark, consisting of NMT and DMT in about a 2:3 ratio; Rumoured to contain DMT or similar psychoactive alkaloids. 20:1299-1300. "The phenethylamine alkaloids of native range plants." Propagation: From scarified seed or boiling water treatment. Cultivation: A hardy plant … DMT in bark (0.2-1.2%), 0.1% alkaloids from leaves (mostly NMT); 0.028% β-methyl-phenethylamine in leaves, Has been claimed to contain tryptamine alkaloids, 5-MeO-DMT tentatively identified in stem bark. Repke, D.B. Shulgin, A. 1966. & Tech. Acacia maidenii Photographs Description: Small, spreading tree to 10 m with narrow, lanceolate phyllodes to 16 cm. Tall shrub or tree to 20 m high. Economic Botany 20:274-278. 1977. 1960. 1975. The leaves are long and green, the flowers ocurring in yellow sprays, the seedpods twisted and decorative. “The histamine amides of Acacia longifolia.” Lloydia 38(2):101-105. Description: Erect or spreading tree 5–20 m high; bark deeply fissured, dark grey; branchlets angled towards apices, sparsely appressed-hairy to glabrous, with prominent lenticels. Bark smooth, fissured on older stems, grey or grey-brown. 433–4) that a sample of the bark contained 0.36% of the hallucinogen dimethyltryptamine as well as 0.24% of N-methyltryptamine. 1944a. Acacia, Maiden's Wattle (Acacia maidenii), potted tree, gallon size, organic. Some Simple Tryptamines. 0.074% alkaloids from stems (20% DMT, 80% NMT); 0.02% alkaloids from leaves, including β-methyl-phenethylamine (tentatively identified), May be psychoactive, as the root is used as an aphrodisiac, and may have been added to the Central American. Trout, K. & Friends. et al. ImportersHub.com is your ultimate resource for cascara bark buyers & importers from all over the world. “Hypoglycaemic effects of Acacia albida Del. Poupat, C. et al. Trees & Shrubs 158 (1986). “Isolation of β-phenethylamine from Acacia species.” New Zealand J. Sci. Banso, A. ), Multipurpose Austral. Details of ecology, utilisation, etc of A. maidenii are given in J.W.Turnbull (ed. However, I have heard of busts lately in the UK involving this bark, but not likely. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. AU $5.50. & Tech. 0.11-0.29% alkaloids in leaves and stems, 0.11% from seeds and pods, mostly tryptamine and sometimes with phenethylamine also present; Up to 0.44% alkaloids from leaves and stems, mostly phenethylamine, 0.17-0.65% alkaloids from stems and leaves, 1.8% from flowering tops, consisting of phenethylamine and β-methyl-phenethylamine. 121) (No. Psychedelic. Snelling Printing Works, Sydney. It grows best in areas where annual daytime temperatures are within the range 17 - 32°c, but can tolerate 10 - 38°c [ 418 COMMON NAMES. “Toxic amines and alkaloids from Acacia berlandieri.” Phytochemistry 46(2):249-254.