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this is the remains of the acetone my pug dog used for an acetone wash of his meth a couple weeks ago. I had been looking at it every few dats or so just to check it out... and low and beghold we have formation... but what is it we wonder?? anyone have any ideas?

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smokebreak, Dec 20, 2012
    • TheMan7
      I did some testing and had a 'mystery powder' that did not readily take on H2O re-crytalize to look kust like the photo above. After using LabRat1 as a Giunee Pig, LabRat1 reports that product injected produced the same side affects as a chemical that is nearly identical to meth, but turned his veins blue do to lack of oxygen to hemoglobin in his blood.

      See:
      N-Isopropylbenzylamine hydrochloride mp 192.0ºC - 193.3ºC = 377.6ºF - 379.94ºF

      d-Methamphetamine hydrocloride 172.0ºC - 174ºC = 341.6ºF - 345.2ºF

      Read more: http://www.drugs-forum.com/forum/showpost.php?p=1024869&postcount=17#ixzz2vTLX9gcA

      and

      http://www.drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=167860
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