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crack to cocaine,baking soda ratio

Discussion in 'Cocaine addiction' started by nosdareth, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. nosdareth

    nosdareth Newbie

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    Jan 22, 2012
    28 y/o from U.S.A.
    Firstly I would ask that a mod closes his wondering what is cheaper post because I has no connection right now he does not know pricing.

    I have realized that the price and quality of crack and powder change randomly and frequently determining which is a cheap way to get crack is a bit pointless.

    So I would like to know how much powder and soda makes how much crack. I know crack has more mass and density than powder so there for weighs more so the ratio is not 1:1. Will go with a small amount and go up, I want to know how much powder makes 1g 5gs 10gs of crack so he can work out the ratio unless someone already has tested this and knows it as fact. Swim thanks everyone for any assistance and information given
  2. rejectedbysociety

    rejectedbysociety Newbie

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    Feb 13, 2012
    from Alaska, U.S.A.
    you can't answer this question accurately. It depends on quality of the powder and how you cook it, my friend had a dream last night where he had some quality flake and he crushed the chunks up and put some in the pot with no soda, got it melted down all the way to the oils, sprinkled on just enough soda to bring it together, then hit it with the cold water and it came back 75%, but it was some straight bell ringer. He took the rest, to get it as close to 1:1 as possible, mixed in an equal weight of soda like he was cutting it like an A-Hole, dropped that into a small amount of hot water, let it foam up, then with a spoon dumped hot water on top of the foam until it was melted down, leaving most of the soda at the bottom of the pot, then sprinkled soda on top of the melted down substance til it came together properly, then dropped in enough ice to quickly make the water cold, and stirred it to cool things down quicker. He said the hotter you melt it down after it foams the better the quality, lower the weight, as when it foams up is where they can add the weight, he said he's seen crack that crumbled apart in the bag because they just let it foam up and cooled it down, trying to cut it so much. He also said if you get it too hot you'll boil it off.

    Now, that was with high quality shit, if you go buy a 20 or 50 from an addict and cook it the first way you'll be lucky to get a quarter of the weight back, most dealers only get about 75% of that quality, and most addicts with enough for some weight pull out the good part for themselves and sell 2/3rds cut. If you aren't well connected it's not even worth buying

    rejectedbysociety added 4 Minutes and 6 Seconds later...

    please note the 2nd way was an example of what not to do, I wasn't trying to explain how to blow work up, just what happens if you don't use enough water, as explained by a friend who would know, he said dropping the quality work straight into hot water is the best way
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2012
  3. Hockeydemon

    Hockeydemon Titanium Member

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    Apr 30, 2011
    from U.S.A.
    4:1 is the correct stoichiometric amount of sodium bicarbonate to use to effect a freebasing reaction on cocaine hydrochloride, 7g/per oz of coke.

    This is however assuming you have pure cocaine.. Which you undoubtedly don't. Either way you should use this conversion for maximum effect.