Purity - black 4-AcO-DIPT

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  1. radiometer

    radiometer bananadine addict Platinum Member & Advisor

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    This is a repost from the sources forum, with minor edits:


    A few months back, SWIM received some 4-acetoxy-DIPT from ******.
    It's been in the freezer ever since, as I am hesitant to eat it. His
    reason for pause is that the powder is dark gray/black in color. It
    reminds SWIM a bit of graphite in appearance, but more granular. It is a
    dry powder, in no way does it resemble the pictures on erowid of
    degraded 4-acetoxy-DET.

    [the source] sent this response to SWIM's inquiry about this strange black
    powder:


    "I have had several questions on the matter it was freshly
    manufactured and we also had the same question to the manufacturer
    Tests conducted have come back positive."


    Positive? I'm not quite sure what that was supposed to mean. An answer
    like "it was tested to be 98% pure 4-AcO-DIPT via GC/MS" would have
    been a lot more reassuring.

    Anyway, my questions are: Has anyone else tried this batch, and if so,
    what was you's opinion about the quality? Did You think it was, in fact,
    4-acetoxy-DIPT, and was there anything unusual about the effects?

    Thanks for any help. I may post this in the Research Chemical forum, but I'd like to be
    specific about the batch for now, thus my posting in Sources.



    As far as answering my question, what I'm mostly interested is if
    anyone else has tried this particular batch. I think you'll know if that
    applies. I am familiar already with the research done on the oxidization
    of 4-acetoxy-DET, and I've read TiHKAL backwards and forwards, but of
    course open discussion is welcome. Thanks in advance!Edited by: radiometer
     
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  2. radiometer

    radiometer bananadine addict Platinum Member & Advisor

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    A test subject took 20mg of the powder in question, and reported no
    noticable effects.
     
  3. blackwolf

    blackwolf Newbie

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    Intresting..... I had a small sample of 4-aco-dipt, which was dark
    grey in color. THis material yeilded a full experience with 20mg.
    Is it possible that the test subject was a hard head?
     
  4. radiometer

    radiometer bananadine addict Platinum Member & Advisor

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    She has not taken this drug before, but has historically been very
    sensitive to all drugs, tryptamines included.She's a softhead. :)
    This drug could be an exception but I think it's unlikely.

    Upon further prodding, she volunteered that there had been a tiny
    amount of discernable activity, possibly placebo, described as similar to a
    cup of coffee.Edited by: radiometer
     
  5. Softrat

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    Both 4-Aco-Dipt and Iprocin (4-HO-Dipt) turn darker and darker as they age. You probbably just have very old 4-Aco-dipt. This aging process is slower if the chemicals are in the form of a salt, and much faster as a base. I had some grey Iprocin a while back. It started out potent, 25mg = good dose. It took me about a year to finish it off and by that time it took about 30mg to induce the same effects.
     
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