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Extraction - Extract divinorum Question

Discussion in 'Salvia divinorum' started by scyrusurcys, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. scyrusurcys

    scyrusurcys Silver Member

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    Nov 19, 2004
    from U.S.A.
    I have a friend that has successfully made an extract using about 5g of leaves into 91% isoprophyl.This solutionwasevaporated and now all that is left is powder. How do we 'infuse' this extract into dry leaves? Is therea way that we could use this extract for chewing/subligual use? Thanks!
  2. OneDiaDem

    OneDiaDem Nefelibata Platinum Member

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    Feb 11, 2004
    from U.K.
    To make salvinorin A enhanced leaf that contains 15 mg salvinorin A per gram of leaf, dissolve 12.5 mg* pure salvinorin A in 1 ml of warm acetone, and then add 1 gram of crumbled salvia leaves and stir. The leaves will absorb the salvinorin A-containing acetone. Place the container in a well-ventilated location and wait for the acetone to evaporate off. Stir the leaves occasionally during the evaporation period. Make sure that the acetone has evaporated completely--there should be absolutely no smell of acetone left on the leaves.</font>